Remember Furbies? The Thermals do, and as the band crosses the country on tour for its latest album, Personal Life, they've developed a penchant for the fuzzy talking beings with batteries that never die. Using Twitter as a conduit to their fans -- and request Furbies (and weed) -- the Therma ... More >>
This band had a leg up on everyone else for top song of the decade.Radiohead? Arcade Fire? Interpol? The Strokes? The White Stripes? Animal Collective? Yeah, we've heard of 'em. For us, though, there was a much more intriguing, compelling batch of bands that weren't -- for the most part, anyw ... More >>
Monotonix set off the SoCo stage. Elsewhere: See reviews and photos from Day One. We're back on the Rocks for what, so far anyway, is looking to be a much more pleasant day than Saturday. In case you missed yesterday's festivities, it was viciously cold and wet, and not at all conducive to ... More >>
Photo by Alicia J. RoseThe Thermals new album, Now We Can See, represents more than simply a fresh recording for the Portland-based trio. After an amicable departure from the iconic Seattle label Sub-Pop, the group released their new disc on Kill Rock Stars. According to frontman Hutch Harris ... More >>
Thursday, March 22, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.
The Thermals have fun with fundamentalism.
After six years in Portland, the Minders revisit the city that put their pop on the map.
Fuckin A (Sub Pop)
The Thermals light a fire under indie rock's ass.