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Fast, punchy, straight to the point

Chances are good that you will see Justin Pearson at Kindred.

Justin Pearson - Image by Andy Boyd
Justin Pearson
Place

Blonde Bar

1808 W. Washington Street, San Diego

Three One G label owner, promoter, bassist, and vocalist Justin Pearson has been wrapping up a Dead Cross LP on Ipecac Recordings with the addition of Mike Patton (Mr. Bungle, Faith No More, Fantômas) on vocals to accompany Dave Lombardo (Slayer, Fantômas, Suicidal Tendencies) on drums, Pearson (RETOX, the Locust, Head Wound City) on bass, and Michael Crain (RETOX, Festival of Dead Deer, Kill the Capulets) on guitar. In addition, Pearson and Planet B bandmate Luke Henshaw have been hosting a monthly Three One G/Plant B night at Blonde Bar highlighting local and touring spazzy and experimental acts. Established in 1994, Three One G continues to release local and international titles in experimental, punk, noise, and weirdcore, including recent albums from Doomsday Student (Rhode Island), Silent (Mexicali), Adam Gnade (Kansas), and Hot Nerds (San Diego). Like most of his music, his responses about his local favorites hit fast, punchy, and straight to the point.

Live band?

Author and Punisher.”

Band of all time?

Drive Like Jehu.”

Local album?

“Antioch Arrow’s The Lady is a Cat.”

Venue to see bands?

“The Casbah.”

Recording studio?

“Penguin Studio.”

Record store?

Place

FeeLit

909 E Street, San Diego

“Feelit.”

Eats before/after a show?

“Kindred.”

Bar to hang out?

“Kindred.”

Outdoor spot to explore/relax?

“Sunset Cliffs.”

Neighborhood to live?

“Barrio Logan.”

All ages venue?

Place

Ché Café

1000 Scholars Drive, San Diego

“Ché Café.”

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Justin Pearson - Image by Andy Boyd
Justin Pearson
Place

Blonde Bar

1808 W. Washington Street, San Diego

Three One G label owner, promoter, bassist, and vocalist Justin Pearson has been wrapping up a Dead Cross LP on Ipecac Recordings with the addition of Mike Patton (Mr. Bungle, Faith No More, Fantômas) on vocals to accompany Dave Lombardo (Slayer, Fantômas, Suicidal Tendencies) on drums, Pearson (RETOX, the Locust, Head Wound City) on bass, and Michael Crain (RETOX, Festival of Dead Deer, Kill the Capulets) on guitar. In addition, Pearson and Planet B bandmate Luke Henshaw have been hosting a monthly Three One G/Plant B night at Blonde Bar highlighting local and touring spazzy and experimental acts. Established in 1994, Three One G continues to release local and international titles in experimental, punk, noise, and weirdcore, including recent albums from Doomsday Student (Rhode Island), Silent (Mexicali), Adam Gnade (Kansas), and Hot Nerds (San Diego). Like most of his music, his responses about his local favorites hit fast, punchy, and straight to the point.

Live band?

Author and Punisher.”

Band of all time?

Drive Like Jehu.”

Local album?

“Antioch Arrow’s The Lady is a Cat.”

Venue to see bands?

“The Casbah.”

Recording studio?

“Penguin Studio.”

Record store?

Place

FeeLit

909 E Street, San Diego

“Feelit.”

Eats before/after a show?

“Kindred.”

Bar to hang out?

“Kindred.”

Outdoor spot to explore/relax?

“Sunset Cliffs.”

Neighborhood to live?

“Barrio Logan.”

All ages venue?

Place

Ché Café

1000 Scholars Drive, San Diego

“Ché Café.”

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