HoboEye is on indefinite hiatus.

HoboEye is on indefinite hiatus.
Often, it’s important to chronicle the wanderers. Sometimes, it’s more important to be a wanderer. This is a sometime. HoboEye is on indefinite hiatus. Keep working & keep wandering. Brad Bunkers & Mitchell McInnis HoboEye Editors,...

Music: Typhoon, Portland, OR

Music: Typhoon, Portland, OR
Portland indie orchestra Typhoon turned many a critical head in 2010 after releasing their epic Hunger and Thirst on Tender Loving Empire. They were named as one of Portland’s best new bands by Willamette week, toured in support of Yann Tiersen, and opened for Belle & Sebastian and Avi Buffalo. A New Kind of House is Typhoon’s sequel to their epic 2010...

Art: April Hale, Bozeman, MT

Art: April Hale, Bozeman, MT
Nature of the Human Animal Similar to a mad scientist, I combine materials that do not seem to be connected in nature. Joining seeds with animal parts or other plants is symbolic of the symbiosis of all beings. Seeds represent growth, death, reproduction, and interdependence. The softness and fragility of much of the work makes the viewer aware of her/his own body and...

Music: The Hounds Below, Detroit, MI

Music: The Hounds Below, Detroit, MI
The Hounds Below, from Detroit, Michigan, features Jason Stollsteimer, formerly of the Von Bondies, along with Ben Collins on guitar, and Ben Luckett on drums. Bridging a 1950s rock and roll vibe to a modern sensibility of indie pop, the Hounds Below have a distinct sound that is captured in every reverberating note – think Roy Orbison meets Arcade Fire. The...

Music: Metric, Toranto

Music: Metric, Toranto
When you hand over your money for a concert ticket, what are you really paying for: some idea of the performer you’ve gleaned from gazing longingly at album covers and compulsively clicking YouTube videos, or the performer as they choose to express themselves on that given day? Is the consumer entitled to a certain expectation of the performance — a...

Art: Aimée van Drimmelen, Montreal

Art: Aimée van Drimmelen, Montreal
Aimée van Drimmelen is a self-taught artist and illustrator based until recently in Montréal, Canada. She has been spending this winter with her partner in a cabin in Saskatchewan (the prairie province due north of Montana), where she works on art and illustration by day, and music by night. Aimée is known for her sinuous, elegant ink and watercolour drawings. Also...