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As the relevance of vinyl records continues to grow, so do the number of documentaries about records and record collecting culture. The most recent example is Records Collecting Dust: a documentary film about the music and records that changed our lives. Written and directed by San Diego musician and filmmaker Jason Blackmore, the film centers on the relationships, community and passion of record collecting by looking at the collections and origins of over thirty underground musicians, including Keith Morris (Black Flag, OFF!), Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys) and Chuck Dukowski (Black Flag). The event concludes with a performance by Dallas' own underground music mainstay, The Black Dotz. The screening starts at 8:00 pm at Oak Cliff's Kessler Theater; tickets are $10. More information at
Fri., Feb. 6, 8 p.m., 2015
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Jonathan Patrick