Exclusive Teaser: ‘Records Collecting Dust II’ hitting theaters this August

featured / News / July 16, 2018

A sequel to the 2015 film, Records Collecting Dust II will begin hitting theaters this August and September, with screenings currently set in Austin, San Diego, LA, Brooklyn, Boston, and Washington DC, with a full list below. The film moves focus from the original’s west coast setting to the east, featuring interviews from Ian MacKaye (Minor Threat, Fugazi, Dischord), John Joseph (Cro-Mags), J Robbins (Jawbox), Brian Baker (Minor Threat , Dag Nasty, Bad Religion), Amy Pickering (Dischord, Fire Party), Page Hamilton (Helmet) and many more (28 in all).

In honor of its coming release, we’ve got an exclusive teaser from the Jason Blackmore film, along with the previously unveiled full trailer.

Buy the original film here.

You can see the entire list of theater dates below:

AUGUST
4th The Fremont. Des Moines IA.
16th Hollywood Theatre. Portland OR.
19th Alamo Drafthouse Ritz. Austin TX.
23rd, 24th and 25th Digital Gym. San Diego CA. After film Q&A w/ director Jason Blackmore and special guests tba.
26th Film Bar. Phoenix AZ. After film Q&A w/ director Jason Blackmore and Roger Miret (Agnostic Front).
28th The New Parkway. Oakland CA. After film Q&A w/ director Jason Blackmore.
30th Balboa Theatre. San Francisco CA. After film Q&A w/ director Jason Blackmore.
30th Texas Theatre. Dallas TX. After film Q&A w/ Kenny Chambers (Moving Targets).

SEPTEMBER
7th and 8th The Wooly. Gainsville FL.
8th Still Waiting Studio. Los Angeles CA. After film Q&A w/ director Jason Blackmore, Page Hamilton (Helmet), Jason Farrell (Swiz/Red Hare), Craig Wedren (Shudder To Think) and Mike Gitter (xXx zine).
12th Sound Unseen. Minneapolis MN.
12th Black Cat. Washington DC. After film Q&A w/ director Jason Blackmore and J Robbins (Government Issue/Jawbox/Channels). Plus special guests tba.
13th Nitehawk Cinema. Brooklyn NY. After film Q&A w/ director Jason Blackmore, Paul Bearer (Sheer Terror), Tom Lyle (Government Issue) and Michael Hampton (S.O.A./Faith).
14th Regent Theatre. Boston MA. After film Q&A w/ director Jason Blackmore, John Sox (FU’s), Al Quint (Suburban Voice) and special guest tba. After film performance by Antibodies and FU’s.
24th Davis Theater. Chicago IL.


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Christopher Lantinen
Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.






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