Posts Tagged ‘Joint Custody’

Vinyl Tap: A Visual Guide to D.C.’s Record Stores

Because visits to your local record store shouldn't just be once a year.

Joint Custody Relocating to U Street NW

Subterranean Adams Morgan record store Joint Custody is relocating to U Street. The shop's Gary Langworthy says the store will move sometime in the next two weeks, taking over the pleasant basement space formerly occupied by Ginger Root's retail shop at 1530 U St. NW. (Ginger Root continues to run its tailoring business upstairs.)
Of all the [...]

Record Store Day: Which D.C. Area Stores Are Selling What?

As usual, several record stores in D.C. plan to participate in Record Store Day this Saturday, and we've got the goods on what local shops have planned for this year's spring edition. (For your reference, here's the official list of every April 2013 Record Store Day release.)
Update, 8 p.m.: We finally have info on what Crooked Beat [...]

Record Store Day: About That Free Rare Essence Single at Joint Custody…

Remember the Rare Essence 7-inch mentioned on Arts Desk yesterday? Adams Morgan vintage shop Joint Custody is giving away copies of a single by the classic go-go band for free, as part of its Record Store Day happenings tomorrow.
"It is just stock copies of an old Rare Essence release," writes co-owner James Ritter in an e-mail. [...]