WAX NOSTALGIC

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Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Dal Basi of Phono Select (Sacramento, Calif.)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Dal Basi of Phono Select (Sacramento, Calif.)

"Music is probably the most important form of art."

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Steve Wiley of Hoodlums Music (Tempe, Ariz.)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Steve Wiley of Hoodlums Music (Tempe, Ariz.)

"A little blue oasis in a big red state."

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Gary Wilkerson of Earwaxx Records (Kansas City)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Gary Wilkerson of Earwaxx Records (Kansas City)

The city's finest stop for rock records.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Justin Sowers of Guestroom Records (Oklahoma City)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Justin Sowers of Guestroom Records (Oklahoma City)

A pizza delivery boy turned record store bawse. Peep game.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with John Timmons of ear X-Tacy Records (Louisville)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with John Timmons of ear X-Tacy Records (Louisville)

A congenial vinyl advocate carries on this longstanding record locale.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Jenkins Boyd of Doc's Records & Vintage (Fort Worth)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Jenkins Boyd of Doc's Records & Vintage (Fort Worth)

This Texas shop is as quirky as its owner.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Scott Wishart of Lunchbox Records (Charlotte)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Scott Wishart of Lunchbox Records (Charlotte)

This North Carolina spot has an indie punk rock enclave worth checking for.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Paul Epstein of Twist & Shout (Denver)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Paul Epstein of Twist & Shout (Denver)

Check out this spacious music retailer in the heart of Colorado.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Reed Lappin of In Your Ear Records (Boston)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Reed Lappin of In Your Ear Records (Boston)

We prefer this dusty alternative to the Bean's other organized record bins.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Neal Becton (Washington DC)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Neal Becton (Washington DC)

Check out this hole-in-the-wall record haven in our nation's capital.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Steve Stevenson of 1-2-3-4 Go! Records (Oakland)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Steve Stevenson of 1-2-3-4 Go! Records (Oakland)

The owner of this record store cites "The Simpsons Sing the Blues" as his first musical purchase.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Neil Schield of Origami Vinyl (Los Angeles)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Neil Schield of Origami Vinyl (Los Angeles)

The owner of this up-and-coming record stop actually sold ringtones before his current venture.

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