Today, we would like to present to you the premiere of the latest episode of the Cult and Culture podcast, which is hosted by Justin Pearson (Three One G Records, Dead Cross, Deaf Club) and Luke Henshaw (Planet B, Sonido De La Frontera, Satanic Planet). In this episode, Justin and Luke interview two members of shor- lived ’90’s hardcore band End Of The Line, Cory Linstrum (John Henry West) and Matt Anderson (Gravity Records, Heroin).
In the episode, Cory and Matt talk about coming up DIY, seeing Born Against play in their own garage, working Ebullition to release their only album (now being reissued by Three One G; pick it up here), and the second (third? fourth?) wave of hardcore the ’90’s brought with it. They also talk about the violence happening in San Diego at the time, the magic of the legendary venue Che Cafe, and the way music can keep people connected the way nothing else can.
Listen to the interview here.
Cult And Culture is a podcast started by Pearson and Henshaw to document a wide array of artists making thought-provoking and subversive art over a variety of mediums. Their first guest was John Waters, and other guests have included Grammy-winning musician Juan Alderete (Mars Volta, Racer-X, creator of Pedals And Effects), members of the San Diego Black Panther Party, grindcore legends Napalm Death and Lucien Greaves (co-founder of The Satanic Temple) to name a few. Pearson and Henshaw want to interview people passionate about what they do, across a variety of subcultures.
Catch up on all episodes of the Cult And Culture podcast via iTunes or through Three One G’s Soundcloud.
Photo courtesy of John Ariz