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IT’S GONNA BLOW!!! – San Diego’s Music Underground 1986-1996 chronicles a period when San Diego was touted as ‘the next Seattle’. A motley community of musicians with a do it yourself ethos and an aversion to mainstream culture developed their idiosyncratic sounds in the isolation of San Diego but soon found themselves at the center of bidding wars and expense account lunches. What happened when the outcasts from the sticks became the next big thing?
Featuring interviews and performances from Drive Like Jehu, Fishwife, Tanner, Rocket from the Crypt, Trumans Water, the Locust, Heavy Vegetable, Physics, Crash Worship, No Knife, Pitchfork, Heroin, Antioch Arrow, Creedle, aMiniature, Swing Kids, Sub Society, Neighborhood Watch, Boilermaker, Inch, Funeral March, Tit Wrench, Blink 182 and many others.
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Soon after the filmmaker started investigating Joe Strummer’s refuge in Spain in 1984/5, they’d heard a recording of an interview on Spanish national radio from 1997. In the interview Joe talks about a car he had in Madrid some years earlier. One day he left the car in a carpark but couldn’t remember which one. And there it stayed. In the interview Joe appeals to the Spanish people to help him find his car. The filmmaker couldn’t help wondering what had happened to Joe’s Dodge and what he was doing in Madrid without the rest of The Clash. I thought I’d dig around…Joe Strummer touched many peoples’ lives in Spain during this period. He became friends with the biggest stars in Spanish music and produced an LP for a rock band from Granada. Everyone interviewed for the film tells an interesting and often funny tale of their time with a rock star at a professional and personal crossroads. It was a story that needed to be told and an investigation that needed to be carried completed – just in case!