Hutch Harris

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    October 28, 2010

    The Thermals go Twitter crazy on a nationwide search for Furbies. And weed.

    ​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 >>

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    December 22, 2009

    Top Ten Songs of the Decade

    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 >>

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    September 13, 2009

    Monolith 2009, Day Two: The Mars Volta, Chromeo, MSTRKRFT, Phoenix and 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 >>

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    September 10, 2009

    Monolith Q&A: The Thermals

    Photo by Alicia J. Rose​The 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 >>

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    March 22, 2007

    The Thermals

    Thursday, March 22, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.

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    October 12, 2006

    For God's Sake

    The Thermals have fun with fundamentalism.

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    July 22, 2004

    Homeward Sound

    After six years in Portland, the Minders revisit the city that put their pop on the map.

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    May 13, 2004

    The Thermals

    Fuckin A (Sub Pop)

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    April 17, 2003

    Flame On

    The Thermals light a fire under indie rock's ass.