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The Hunches have a lot of yelling to do, but that's what garages were made for, right? The Portland band kicks up quite a racket on Yes. No. Shut It., its fabulously named full-length for In the Red. They have the spurt and stagger of American punk revivalism down pat, but it's the Hunches' obvious admiration for vintage R&B — by way of the Jesus and Mary Chain — that makes Yes. such a winner. Album standouts "Static Disaster" and "Explosion" feature sneering vocals over trebly guitar leads and a sporadic squalls of noise; the cuts would reverberate off your tin roof if you lived in the pub this album sounds like. There's no shortage of loud 'n' sloppy garage bands in the early 21st century. But listen before you scoff, 'cause the Hunches are here to curdle your milk.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Specializing in epochal rock & roll noise in the grand tradition of the Velvet Underground, the Jesus & Mary Chain, and a guitar and amp being pushed down a flight of stairs while cranked up to ten, the Hunches were a band from Portland, Oregon who set new standards for energetic cacophony during their run in the 2000s. Guitarist Chris Gunn and lead vocalist Hart Gledhill first met when they were on the same little league team, and the two began making music together when they were in eighth...
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