[GOLDEN OLDIES] On 2012’s Chest Crawl, Guantanamo
Baywatch pushed its surf-punk deep into the murk and stayed there,
reveling in the pleasures of getting filthy with bygone sounds. It might
The five must-hear new songs from Portland artists this week.
Each week, LocalCut collects the best new Portland music and puts it all in one place for you, the faithful reader, to enjoy. It's like The Week In Rock, with less Tabitha Soren. 1. Lost Lander, “Gemini” Lost Lander’s “Gemini” proves there is still much to be explored when it comes to electronic-inflected indie-rock. The duality between the layered M83-esque bridges and the ...
As widely respected Portland-via-Seattle punk label
Dirtnap Records prepares to celebrate its 14th year, we asked founder
Ken Cheppaikode to reminisce about its first release, a 7-inch record
Last Thursday, three killer local garage rock bands—Guantanamo Baywatch, the Boo Jays, and Sons of Huns—stormed the tiny basement of East End to play for a devoted set of fans who braved the torrential downpour outside. We sent photographer and LocalCut contributor Bobby McHugh to capture all the wild times, and he returned with this photo set. I love how even on the coldest night, Guantanamo ...