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life on the road

Our Home for May 2011 in Mt Hood, OR:

Abram’s electronics station Portland, OR:

Cooking dinner in the park, our home for a few weeks in Portland, OR:

Bethany’s birthday, snow in July in Detroit Lake, OR:

A butterfly on Abram’s injured thumb, sweetheart? or bloodsucker?:

Camping at Detroit Lake, OR:

Werebearcat! Venus & Mars Bar in Seattle, WA:

Scott Ryan in Spokane, WA at The Porch:

Abram at Two Medicine Lake in GNP, MT:

Bethany at Goose Island, GNP, MT (this Island was shot in the opening scene of the Shining)

Caution Children in Boise, ID at Red Room:

On the way out of San Francisco, CA on Hwy 1 South:

A boat on HWY 1 South in CA:

We could not resist, especially when the poor girl’s bratty little sister was yelling “why are you posing? No one is going to take your picture”:

Bob Hope Memorial Site in SD:

Peter’s house in SD, serious band photo:

Phen Swan at Tin Can Alehouse in San Diego, CA:

Spiked Punch(Austin, TX) at Tin can Alehouse in San Diego, CA:

On our way to Arizona:

Barbara Andrea Arriaga & CJ Boyd in Albuquerque, NM at Outerspace:

Sparkler Bombs(Denver, CO) in Albuquerque, NM at Outerspace:

Colorado sky:

Dear Rabbit at Downtown Bar in Pueblo, CO:

Downtown Bar Pueblo, CO:

Huevos Rancheros w/ Blue Eggs in Pueblo, CO:

King in The Hills of SD:

Moonshine Gulch Saloon in The Hills of Rochford, SD:

Two Black Cats in Lincoln, NE at Clawfoot House:

A Zoo sighting in Iowa w/ our pals Two Black Cats:


one Tabby cat Chicago, IL:

Zoo & binary marketing show in a bathroom in Chicago, though we have yet to meet in person, we find each other together all over the country:

The Distractions at Casa Donde in Chicago, IL:

Marie & Ryan Carder:

Vehicle Blues at Bella Dubby in Cleveland, OH:

Phone Home at Bruar Falls in Brooklyn, NY:

Video Daughters at Bruar Falls in Brooklyn, NY:

A ravaged yellow cab near the Holland Tunnel in NY:

Philadelphia, PA:

Tim & Johann of Frounce in Philadelphia, PA:

Lands & Peoples w/ Amy Reid of In Every Room

Brie & Chase in Baltimore:

Virginia:

Paul’s House in Harrisonburg, VA:

Sandbridge Beach, VA:

Sandbridge beach, VA jelly fish:

Logan of Carousel Norfolk, VA:

North Carolina:

On our way to Knoxville, TN:

The Criswell Collective in Knoxville, TN:

Abram & Toby in Huntsville, AL:

Abram & the Animals in Huntsville, AL:

TACAN from Huntsville Hamfest 2011:

Barbara Andrea Arriaga Trailer Space Austin, TX:

Listen Listen The Mink in Houston TX, our last show of the 6 month tour:

Abram & the PCV valve at Loves in Prescott AR. We had oil leaking from every part of the Jeep, it was so bad it covered the back window and white smoke was pouring from underneath the Jeep, all because a hole was not large enough… Abram fixed this problem, we cleaned the oil off as best we could and made our way back on the road, this is a photo of him boring a hole in the PCV valve with a knife from one of our camp utensils:

Breakfast before our 12 hour drive from Arkansas to Georgia, courtesy of Ryan & Marie Carder:

Bowie on the Farm:

Tin Can Alehouse San Diego, CA

Sonic experiments, charming indie-folk, warped dance grooves – all for $4.

Nathan Hubbard (Rafter, Trummerflora Collective) is a local drummer and experimentalist who builds noise machines in his magic workshop when he’s not putting down ultra-funky beats. He says he’s creating something special for this very show, so don’t miss this one. www.castorandpolluxmusic.com/nmhubbard/

The Binary Marketing Show, coming all the way from Queens, are an electro-rock duo who combine ethereal vocals, beguiling rock guitar and pulsating rhythms in a stirring set that feels like an acid trip without the acid. They’ve been touring across the country and have hit almost every state, but despite this long grind they’ll certainly be up for blowing your brain apart tonight.

Adams and Eves are a bookish, adorable and ultra-tight local indie-folk band (think: Neutral Milk Hotel, Belle and Sebastian) who should be way more popular than they actually are. That’s OK, because we’d like to keep them for ourselves! Seriously, though, you gotta check this band out. – www.myspace.com/adamsandeves

Bruisecaster doesn’t play out too often, but when it does, the skies open and rain down torrents of orange soda and root beer. Not really, but still, this local psych-dance-punk-freak trio puts down formidable jams that go well with a bong rip and a well-worn pair of dancing shoes. – www.willparson.com/2011/01/13/bruisecaster-at-the-park-gallery/

ADAMS & EVES

NATHAN HUBBARD

BRUISECASTER