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    Turn it Around

    So for the last two years or so the East Bay punks have been getting interviewed for a documentary about the East Bay punk scene.
    It was directed by local dude Corbet Redford and all the production work was done by punks. There's some larger names attached but don't let that throw you.
    It's getting wide release in June.
    There was a blurb and an article in KQED.

    https://ww2.kqed.org/arts/2017/05/16...g-pit-warning/

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    cool



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    Oh, nice!
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    Looks like a good one! Will definitely check out.
    If anyone comes across a copy of Bajo Tierra's "Sala X" 7" from Medellin, Colombia. I really want it!


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    BOOM! The showing for the people involved was last night. It was REALLY fun.

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    Beyond stoked for this. Soon after I got into punk at age 10, Lookout records stuff became my main diet. I used to get the catalogs and read the blurbs about all the bands I'd never heard of. It was all so mysterious and exciting. It taught me how to navigate the world of the underground, how to find new music. The east bay scene took on an almost mythical significance to me at that young age. I still revisit the music pretty regularly.

    (That early influence still endures. A couple years ago, I bought a record by Short Dogs Grow, a band I remembered being referenced in a Lookout Records catalog I had as a kid.)

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    crimpshrine's sleep what's that 7" was in my first ever blacklist order...wish I still had that record...
    \so I feel you on that anorak...
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    I love that record. I still remember the first time I heard it.

    Also, cool to see Aaron Cometbus' handwriting all over that trailer. But of course it couldn't be anything else!

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    I used to love reading Cometbus.

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    We're taking Gabe to see Turn It Around today with our friend Wendy. Adrienne and Wendy have been best friends for ever, Wendy is taking her grand folks. Its been fun sharing this part of the experience with people.

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