Frontman of alt-indie legends The Thermals sits in. Newski and Hutch discuss quarantine drinking habits, conversational awareness, accepting criticism, psychedelic experiences, and taking a break from the music industry. More on Hutch: http://www.thethermals.com/ More on Newski: https://brettnewski.com/ Support the pod: https://patreon.com/brettnewski1
Hutch Harris is a musician, songwriter and producer from Portland Oregon. He was also the singer and guitarist for The Thermals. On what winds up being The Thermals last tour, they find themselves running from a tornado en route to a show in Denver. Naturally, Hutch, who may have eaten a few too many "edibles", deals with it by writing an "epic, scary, tornado song" in the back of the van. Find out what song he wrote and whether they made it to the show. Music by Hutch Harris, The Thermals, Palm Fronds and Joe Plummer. Register to VoteSupport the show (https://www.ruinousmedia.com)
V&V Episode 031 Hutch Harris(The Thermals, Urban Legends) and Hot Snakes' Suicide Invoice
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We are very honored to bring to you Hutch Harris! Former singer and songwriter of The Thermals as well as many other bands. Hutch has currently released his first solo record called Only Water, currently available only through Bandcamp. We discuss Hot Snakes' 2002 sophomore album, Suicide Invoice, as well as why a Melodica, the inevitability of death, and musicals. Please subscribe to Hutch's Bandcamp page for details on some upcoming releases here: https://hutchharris.bandcamp.com/or the thermals.com Please visit our website www.psychicstatic.net for updates about us, our productions, links to our social medias and ways to support us. Thanks! You are beautiful people!
This Might Be A Podcast - Episode 63 - Mammal with Hutch Harris of The Thermals
This Might Be A Podcast
Hutch Harris, solo artist formerly of The Thermals, returns to the show to talk about another of his favorite TMBG songs, Mammal off Apollo 18. We get into the nitty gritty of the science and what all these dang subspecies words mean, talk about what makes it so addictive and deceptively complicated, and Hutch and Greg both contribute covers.
This episode of the Couch Riffs Podcast we have Portland's finest, Hutch Harris of now defunct band, The Thermals. I've probably spent more hours listening to The Thermals than any other Portland band. Possibly any other NW band, to be honest. Anyway, you get the idea. I loved The Thermals and was sad to hear that they broke up last year. Hutch released a solo album earlier this year and is currently working on some more new music which makes me very happy! Thanks for supporting Couch Riffs and checking out all of the artists, builders, and otherwise musical personalities that are featured here. If you are enjoying Couch Riffs and feel generous go pledge as little as .99/month to help support propel the podcast in to new territories. Don't forget to leave your 5-star ratings and reviews, as well! You guys are the best. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/couch-riffs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/couch-riffs/support
This Might Be A Podcast - Episode 11 - Dead ft. Hutch Harris
This Might Be A Podcast
Hutch Harris, solo artist formerly of indie / punk / garage band The Thermals (Sub Pop, Kill Rock Stars, Saddle Creek) talks to Greg about one of his favorite TMBG songs, Dead from Flood. We ponder Linnell’s piano education and how he got so awesome, how this is essentially a solo track, and despite being so stripped down how it manages to rock so hard. Also get a Thermals crash course and hear about Hutch’s new solo album Only Water.
Hutch Harris is a Portland, Oregon based musician. I chatted with Hutch about his musical upbringing, starting The Thermals, and his new solo record "Only Water", which we features some tracks off on the episode. To keep up with Hutch Harris and the Dan Cable Presents Podcast, please check out the links below. Subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes to help support the podcast in a free way!Track Listing:I'm Ready To LeaveI Will Try To Forget YouNo River Left https://hutchharris.bandcamp.com/album/only-waterwww.dancablepresents.comhttp://www.thethermals.comThe Library: https://www.facebook.com/thelibraryatgrowlerstaproom/Instagram:@instantanxiety @dancablepresents
080 - Point of View feat. Hutch Harris from the Thermals
The one about "Point of View." Featuring Hutch Harris. Hutch shows up around 1:37:09. Follow Hutch on Twitter: https://twitter.com/InstantAnxiety Follow the pod on Twitter: https://twitter.com/blink155pod Follow the pod on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blink155pod/ Punish yourself with the Sclusie Stream: https://www.patreon.com/blink155 Buy the Blink-155 shirt: http://blink155podcast.bigcartel.com/product/t-shirt