Guitar Romantic Covers Project: "Sleeping Aides & Razor Blades," The No Tomorrow Boys

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A decade ago next week, Portland's Exploding Hearts released Guitar Romantic, a near-perfect power-pop album now considered among the classics of the genre. Although the group's career ended tragically less than four months later, the great, brief burst of music it left behind remains a vital influence on an entire generation of bands. To commemorate the album's 10-year anniversary, ...   More
 
Thursday, March 28, 2013 MATTHEW SINGER

Guitar Romantic Covers Project: "Modern Kicks," The Cry!

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A decade ago next week, Portland's Exploding Hearts released Guitar Romantic, a near-perfect power-pop album now considered among the classics of the genre. Although the group's career ended tragically less than four months later, the great, brief burst of music it left behind remains a vital influence on an entire generation of bands. To commemorate the album's 10-year anniversary, Willamette ...   More
 
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 MATTHEW SINGER

Q&A: Justin Maurer of Clorox Girls

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In the mid-aughts, the Clorox Girls were Portland’s great punk hope. One year after a van accident tragically snuffed the promise of the dearly missed Exploding Hearts in 2003, the band—made up of three transplants from Northern California, all decidedly male—released its self-titled full-length and instantly renewed the city’s faith in hooky, three-chord, smash-and-grab punk rock. After three ...   More
 
Friday, December 9, 2011 MATTHEW SINGER

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