The Clash to Release Massive Box Set Shaped Like a... →
New Clash box set coming this September. Here is the Pitchfork article, thanks JTD for sending this over.
AN ANNOUNCEMENT FROM YOUR PALS AT PHONO SELECT...
[[MORE]] Last week Phono Select Records lost our lease and we were given a 30 day notice from our landlord. Our last day of being open to public at 2312 K Street will be Feb 10th, 2013. As many of you know we’ve been looking for a new location for a few months now and although we may have found something, nothing is set in stone and we will be moving immediately into a large warehouse...
The man in black gets his own postage stamp. →
Latest Issue of Mojo Magazine is in the racks!
Mr. Johnny Marr is telling you to get down to Phono Select and buy some records! FREE CD! MARR AND FRIENDS: A celebration of Johnny’s genius by Edwyn Collins, John Frusciante, Sandie Shaw, Beth Orton, The Cribs, Modest Mouse, The The & more… JOHNNY MARR: Can the Smiths genius, solo at last, out-sprint the shadow of the ’80s greatest band? And what’s the truth about The The and the...
PHONO SELECT NEW VINYL ARRIVALS!
AT PHONO SELECT Recent arrivals week of: 1/17/2013 Dearest Phono Select Records Fans, Once again we’ve taken the time to give our die hard fans a list of highlights from our recent vinyl arrivals. These are some cool things that came in this week and will be put out in the racks today. You read it first! Check out the list and give us a call or email if you have any questions. ...
Maximum Rocknroll #357 • Feb 2013 On the shelf!
Stop into Phono Select and pick up your copy of the latest issue of MRR! A new issue is hot off the press and MRR #357, the February 2013 issue, is brimming with the best from hardcore and punk worldwide. In this issue, legends of Japanese hardcore FORWARD discuss Burning Spirits, touring, recording and everything in between; LUNATIC FRINGE look back and discuss their gritty, gruff days as...
Songs the Cramps Taught Us
For many of us with a penchant for raw 50s and 60s garage and rock n roll, the Cramps were our doorway to a whole new world of sleazy guitar music. It didn’t matter that they hadn’t actually written most of the songs, to paraphrase the band themselves “they had good taste”. They’d tracked down these amazing old records, reworked some of them, merged others and stamped...