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Despite frequent lineup changes, Portland, OR's Pinehurst Kids still rock with some of the best emo-pop from the Northwest. Bleed It Dry finds the band leaning more toward the indie rock side of the emo spectrum, but the true story behind the band's name (casualties resulting from a lead leak in Pinehurst, ID) make up for any lack of fire in the melodies. Underpinnings of Foo Fighters and Built to Spill abound, while "The Onceler," marked by Joe Davis' teenage-angst yell, is one of the few moments that Pinehurst Kids stay true to the emo form. Whether or not this is due to production from Larry Crane (whose credits include Elliott Smith and Sleater-Kinney), this solid effort doesn't lose its vision of lovelorn relationships and jumpy tempos.


Formed: 1997

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Portland, OR-based emo-pop combo the Pinehurst Kids began in 1995 as a duo teaming singer/guitarist Joe Davis and drummer Robler Kind, who previously collaborated in the group Five Times Fast; named after Davis' hometown of Pinehurst, ID -- a locale notorious for the high levels of toxic lead contaminating its environment -- the lineup soon expanded to a three-piece with the addition of bassist Cal Gates (brother of Spinnanes frontwoman Rebecca), and in 1997 self-released their debut LP, Minnesota...
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