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Stream Former Thermals Leader Hutch Harris’ Extremely Bleak New Solo Album Suck Up All The Oxygen

For many years, Hutch Harris made fired-up, erudite music with the Thermals, the persistently underrated punky indie rock band from Portland. The Thermals broke up in 2018, and Harris released his solo debut Only Water shortly thereafter. Today, Harris has followed that album with a new LP called Suck Up All The Oxygen. And holy shit, this new album is dark.
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Stream Former Thermals Frontman Hutch Harris’ Solo Debut Only Water

The Thermals broke up earlier this year after 16 years and seven albums together. In their breakup announcement, the Portland trio said that they were moving on to the new projects. Kathy Foster has been the most active so far, getting involved with three different projects -- , Slang, … More »
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The Thermals’ Kathy Foster Forms New Band Roseblood, Shares Debut Single “Black Veil”

Kathy Foster has spent the past decade and a half as the bassist for the beloved pogo-punk power trio the Thermals, and before that, she was one half of the folk-pop duo Hutch & Kathy with her future Thermals bandmate Hutch Harris. Earlier this month, however, the Thermals announced that they would be parting …
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Video premiere: Logan Lynn, ‘My Movie Star’

Score one for the piano man. The latest work from prolific and mercurial singer-songwriter Logan Lynn — the Portland-based writer, media personality and activist — comes in the way of “My Movie Star,” a 12 1/2-minute featurette soundtracked by three songs from Lynn’s forthcoming album. Co-produced by the songwriter’s champion, actor/comedian/radio host Jay Mohr, it tells the sweet story of an underdog lounge performer who might finally get his due. There’s good reason that Mohr, in talking about...
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Hear The Thermals’ Hutch Harris On Marc Maron’s WTF

The Thermals' Hutch Harris guested on a recent episode of Marc Maron's WTF podcast to talk about the band's most recent LP, We Disappear. Harris is a funny dude, which comes as no surprise to anyone who follows the Thermals on Twitter. During the interview, he discusses playing an audience that doesn't really … More »
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Watch The Thermals Play A Bernie Sanders Rally

The Thermals join the likes of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Vampire Weekend, and Killer Mike as artists that are throwing their support behind Bernie Sanders this election cycle. The Hutch Harris-fronted band played at a Sanders rally on Friday in the band's hometown of Portland on the same day that their most … More »
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Summer Cannibals - Go Home

by Andrew Sacher Portland, OR punks Summer Cannibals recently announced that they'd be touring with The Thermals this year (following an appearance by Thermals singer Hutch Harris in their "Something New" video) and now they signed to Kill… (in post Summer Cannibals sign to Kill Rock Stars, releasing 'Full of It' after tour with The Thermals (stream a track) from BrooklynVegan. More by this artist at )
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Summer Cannibals sign to Kill Rock Stars, releasing 'Full of It' after tour with The Thermals (stream a track)

by Andrew Sacher Portland, OR punks Summer Cannibals recently announced that they'd be touring with The Thermals this year (following an appearance by Thermals singer Hutch Harris in their "Something New" video) and now they signed to Kill Rock Stars (The Thermals' former home) for their third album. It's called Full of It and it's due out May 20 via their new label. (Note: you may recognize bassist and former Brooklynite Jenny Logan from bands Ribbons and My Teenage Stride.) Stream the rauc...
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The Thermals – “My Heart Went Cold”

Preceding the release of their seventh studio album We Disappear and, aptly, Valentine's Day, the Thermals' new single "My Heart Went Cold" is a hard-hitting, upbeat rock and roll number without a semblance of passivity. This song swells through its intro and into a defiant chorus in which lead vocalist Hutch Harris sings over driving, … More »
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The Thermals announce tour with Summer Cannibals (dates)

photo: The Thermals in Chicago in 2013 (more by Jeff Ryan) The Thermals are releasing their newest album We Disappear on March 25 via Saddle Creek, and they've now announced a tour in support of it. Opening the tour is Summer Cannibals, whose video for "Something New" features Thermals singer Hutch Harris playing the ex-boyfriend whose photo Summer Cannibals singer Jessica Boudreaux shoots with a BB gun. The tour hits NYC at Bowery Ballroom on April 24 and the recently reopened Market Hotel o...
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Stream: The Thermals, ‘Hey You’

For a while, we worried that Hutch Harris was going to do so well at stand-up comedy that there might not be another album from the Thermals. This week, though, his Twitter feed turned from yuks (Sample: “A bunch of weird bearded white dudes holed up in a cabin in rural Oregon, uh they’re probably just making a record for Sub Pop”) to music, as the Portland trio announced that their seventh album, “We Disappear,” would be out March 25 via Saddle Creek. The trio of Harris, Kathy Foster and Westin...
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