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Three One G Records

Three One G Records

Official Website: http://www.threeoneg.com/

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Three One G is a hothouse for experimental grind/hardcore bands. Started in 1994 by the Locust's Justin Pearson and joined in 1998 by Allysia Edwards, the label's roster/alum contains acts such as the Blood Brothers, the Locust, Melt Banana, the Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower, Antioch Arrow, Arab On Radar, Swing Kids, and Cattle Decapitation.

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Justin Pearson (The Locust, Retox)
Many readers are probably well aware of Justin Pearson, seeing as his artistic career spans over two decades and his music, whether you love it or hate it, encourages individuals to reconsider what defines the hotly contested concept of “punk.” For those less familiar with his background, Pearson’s musical endeavors include Struggle, Swing Kids, All Leather,…
2013-01-23 20:00:01

Arab on Radar (Reunion Tour)
Three One G Records, experimental noise rock outfit Arab on Radar have reunited and have booked a run of tour dates beginning this month. The reunion was first revealed in April by Three One G co-founder Justin Pearson (The Locust, Swing Kids, Head…
2010-07-01 14:30:01

Arab on Radar reunite
According to a post from Justin Pearson (The Locust, Swing Kids, Head Wound City, Some Girls) of Three One G Records, experimental noise rock outfit Arab on Radar have reunited. Pearson said: Well, someone let the cat out of the bag... Arab on Radar is back together! He also highlighted a number of videos of the band to YouTube including A Gilman…
2010-04-14 10:00:01

Locust get robbed in St. Louis
The Locust can be counted as the latest band to fall victim to van robbery. The bug-eyed experimental hardcore band had their van broken into on November 25 in St. Louis. According to the band's sometimes label Three One G. The thieves stole a large amount of personal possessions. Including 3 computers, phone charges, money, and anything else you might think of. As if being a musician did not already have enough hard ships, not only was this an invasion of privacy, but many of the items stolen are irreplaceable due to financial and other reasons. As…
2007-12-03 17:00:02

The Locust / Cattle Decapitation
Three One G have posted some tour dates featuring The Locust and Cattle Decapitation. The mostly Western US tour begins in March. The Locust will be touring in support of their forthcoming March 20th release New…
2007-01-26 23:00:02

Three One G plans discs from Das Oath, Holy Molar, Ground Unicorn Horn
Three One G has announced a series of EPs to be released over the next few weeks. Due out November 28th 2006 are new discs from Das Oath and Holy Molar. Set to follow soon after that is a new disc from Ground Unicorn…
2006-10-31 22:30:03

The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower (2001-2006)
The Plot To Blow Up the Eiffel Tower have announced that their upcoming fall tour will be their last together. The band had this to say: We will be completing…
2006-09-27 01:00:02

Three One G posts Get Hustle e-card
Three One G has posted an e-card for Get Hustle's recent effort, Rollin' in the Ruins. It follows up the band's 2002 12" Dream Eagle and their 2001 self-titled 7". You can check out the e-card, which streams the song "Revolution Van," by clicking here: Get Hustle…
2005-11-04 23:59:59

Three One G posts Head Wound City MP3
Three One G has put up an MP3 from Head Wound City (members of the Blood Brothers, the Locust, Yeah Yeah Yeahs) on their site. You can click here to check it out. The track is taken from the band's as-yet-untitled, recently completed EP, due out later this…
2005-06-20 10:05:26

Epitaph confirms Some Girls EP info
Epitaph has clarified the release information for the forthcoming CDEP from recent signees Some Girls. Three One G, who released the vinyl version of The DNA Will Have Its Say, will also release the compact disc version on April 26th. You can check out an MP3 for the title track by clicking…
2005-03-29 22:38:33

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