Jukeboxes are on the brink of extinction. The days of pulling nickels and picking your favorite jams at the local scout hall are gone, making way for the jukebox’s highly-digitized progeny. The romance of the jukebox is fading – but it’s not dead yet.
In this recurring feature we throw down $10 and ask our favorite creatives to photograph a jukebox and document their selections. This time around, David Black came with us to legendary Hollywood haunt, Jones on Santa Monica Boulevard. David is a Los Angeles-based photographer and director noted for his work with Daft Punk and Kendrick Lamar. His photographs have been published in The New Yorker, Rolling Stone and Interview Magazine.