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One Question Interviews: Three One G

Justin Pearson (Three One G, Retox, The Locust)

SPB: How do you find new music?

Pearson: There is no one way to find music, or any art for that matter. Maybe the universe presents it or maybe your subconscious welcomes it. For me, I tend to find it within my friends and comrades, or by touring around the world and connecting first hand with other artists. Of course there is the occasional stumbling upon something grand and of course the new stuff by certain legends, older generations, and even strange side projects and random works that surface and make their way around the planet.

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Words by Loren on Nov. 30, 2015, 1:38 a.m.

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