01.18

Cult and Culture Podcast: Bob Barley of Vinyl Communications

This episode of Cult and Culture features Bob Barley: plumber and 1991 Chula Vista mayoral candidate by day, Vinyl Communications label owner and vocalist of Tit Wrench and Neighborhood Watch by night. Bob shares what it was like to be “the king of the nuisance candidates” at age 26, endorsed by the Green Party and MORE…

01.18

Justin Pearson interviews Jesse Keeler about Black Cat #13…

Here is the most recent installment of Justin Pearson’s “I Hung Around In Your Soundtrack”, where he interviews a person from each Three One G release and covers relevant ground on the album and the artist. This one is with Jesse Keeler, who started Black Cat #13, which was Three One G’s thirteenth release. “I MORE…

01.18

Three One G Artist Sale: Justin Pearson

JUSTIN PEARSON – Founding member of bands such as The Locust, Holy Molar, The Crimson Cruse, as well as owner of Three One G. This bundle features an array of Pearson’s projects, stemming from one of the earliest releases by The Locust to more recent material such as his collaboration with Ill Saint M. Nonetheless, MORE…

11.17

Cult and Culture podcast No. 5: Adam Gnade

On the fifth installment of Cult and Culture, Justin and Luke talk with Adam Gnade. Adam is an author, musician, ex-San Diegan, current farmer against fascism, and all-around artist. Among the topics discussed are the motivations behind and day-to-day happenings resulting in moving from a city in Southern Calfornia to a rural farm in the MORE…

11.17

Dead Cross “Church of the Motherfuckers” video premiere!

Dead Cross debut a visual rebuke of organized religion in the band’s video for “Church of the Motherfuckers“. “We are not capable of understanding aspects of molecular genetics, let alone the universe,” said bass player Justin Pearson of the Michael Panduro directed clip. “I’d rather not fill in the blanks with outlandish oppressive morals, offensive MORE…

10.17

Icarus Line Must Die

ICARUS LINE MUST DIE: a film about some of our friends, starring even more of our friends. Screening on Friday Oct. 6th at the Highland Park Independent Film Festival Also screening Oct. 7th at the Tucson Film and Music Festival