03.19

Kool Keith release new video for “Blast” – Planet B remix

Under many, many monikers over the years including Dr. Octagon, Dr. Dooom, and Black Elvis, legendary Bronx-based Jupiter-born rapper Kool Keith is still spitting his eccentric thoughts decades into his career with as much flow as ever. Well-known for his lyrics focused on absurd metaphors and surreal similes, Keith’s oddness certainly aligns with continued collaborators MORE…

02.19

More Pain “Hammering Tenderness” video now streaming!

MORE PAIN is thrash turned rotten, riding a vile wave of scum all the way in from sea. Hints of Head Wound City creep its way into the chaos, as two long time comrades, Nick Zinner (Yeah Yeah Yeahs) and Justin Pearson (Dead Cross, The Locust, Retox), create a scathing score meant for surfing witches MORE…

02.19

Three One G welcomes MORE PAIN to our roster!

MORE PAIN is thrash turned rotten, riding a vile wave of scum all the way in from sea. Hints of Head Wound City creep its way into the chaos, as two long time comrades, Nick Zinner (Yeah Yeah Yeahs) and Justin Pearson (Dead Cross, The Locust, Retox), create a scathing score meant for surfing witches MORE…

01.19

Three One G welcomes the legendary Kool Keith to our roster!

KOOL KEITH “Blast” b/w “Uncrushable” 7″ EP “He’s been a legacy act for three different generations of rap fans, written off and resurrected innumerable times. He’s been deemed a goofy eccentric by those who won’t tease out the grim humanity in his writing, he’s been hermetically sealed in the space stations of his most devoted MORE…

01.19

Cult and Culture Podcast episode 10: Michael Malarkey

The concept of Cult and Culture began as a short segment created by Justin Pearson, an internationally known musician, record label owner (Three One G Records), author, and actor. He is best known as bassist/vocalist for bands such as Dead Cross, Head Wound City, The Locust, and Retox. Justin has come to know and work MORE…

12.18

Silent have a new year’s gift for you!

Mexicali’s Silent (featuring members of All Leather and Maniqui Lazer) have crept out of relative quietude as of late to share a track— the first new material in over a year to be shared with the public— which just so happens to be a cover of OG goths, The Cure. Full of the wailing guitar MORE…