Things Of Stone And Wood‘s 25th anniversary tour saw them play Melbourne’s Northcote Social Club with the prowess of much younger men. Supported by Philemon and Sally Dasey, Things Of Stone And Wood put on a superb performance, much like the good ol’ days.
The ever lovely Thelma Plum may just be Vulture’s new muse, and her gig at Northcote Social Club this weekend, if anything, made us love her more. Off the back of the release of her Monsters EP, the ‘How Much Does Your Love Cost’ singer was supported by MNTS and
The Pierce Brothers put on the best kind of show with the launch of their EP, The Night Tree, to a full-house at Shebeen Bandroom. Supported by Sean Pollard and Timberwolf, The Pierce Brothers added yet another sold-out venue to their highly successful The Night Tree tour. With their blend
Vulture got to tag along down to Northcote Social Club for the ever lovely Hailey Cramer ‘Liquid Confidence’ single launch and take some happy snaps of the songstress before and during the show. Read our interview with the soulful songstress Cramer here.
Clairy Browne and her exceptionally Bangin’ Rackettes took over Melbourne Zoo recently for their exceptionally bangin’ Twilights performance. Support was from Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk. [nggallery id=26]
If there’s one thing we Vultures like more than beer, it’s Good Beer. And if there’s one thing we Vultures like more than one night (or day) of Good Beer, it’s a whole week of it! Melbourne’s Good Beer Week wrapped up yesterday after a full on week of microbrews,
The last weekend of April saw Vulture Magazine load up the Vulture Van with plenty of Up n Go’s and a shit load of hot babes and rip-snort down the Great Ocean Road to the annual Apollo Bay Music Festival. As always, there were no surprises from this festival that