The thing about being a twenty first century lady is the lack of CD players, which became very apparent when given the CD Creature of Sight by Lëura. Driving around, utilising the only CD player available, meant short quick notes jotted down at intermediate traffic stops. Regardless Lëura made us
Mate, we know Southbound, but Pia Fruin knows it best. As one of Vulture’s only west coast (represent) contributors, she feels that if anyone on this team is qualified to give spiel on the hottest festival in the golden oil mine that is Western Australia, it’s this gal. Sure, anyone
A little secret about the much loved Astor Lounge in Perth is its small, hidden room tucked away in the top corner of an otherwise much well known and established venue. The Astor Lounge is where Willow Beats found themselves performing to an intimate but appreciative cohort. With Mei Saraswati
Spring chicken of a singer-songwriter, the 22-year-old Lowell is a talent clouded with mystery wrapped in a blanket of poppy hypnotic tunes. Making your own early twenties look like a joke, the songstress has racked up time over in Canada, the US and the UK, all in the name of
Straight out of the recently Condé Nast Traveller voted worlds friendliest city Melbourne, Meg Mac soars on a cloud of sultry soul and provoking pop from the bohemian mecca to bring us a debut EP that’s as rich as that sweet mauve lipstick the singer rocks on her cover art.
SLK (pronounced ‘silk’), is the project of young UK based songstress, whose love of experimental ambiance is quickly making a name for herself amongst the stalwarts in the alternative soul scene. Her latest offering, Form, is four tracks that demonstrate her vocal prowess and the control she executes over both
It’s the kind of beat that make you go … “lets frolic around like Professor Trelawney taking an interpretive dance class”. Because it’s that magical whimsy and kaleidoscope dreams that Tora, featuring fellow Byron Bay spunks Potato Potato, bring us a in their latest release ‘Overcome’. Potato Potato’s Merryn Boller
Now, before you start sarcastically handing out awards for creative branding ingenuity, Indi Bar has become a hotspot showcasing artists’ talent, and Kim Churchill’s Perth gig on his national tour is no exception. Some might say the Indi Bar is self-labeled hipster joint, a step ahead of itself in its
The Tambourine Girls?! We doubt that smooth baritone voice was produced by a body that also houses lady fun parts! Misleading title, one star. Okay, okay. We’ll be serious. We can give Deep Sea Arcade’s sublime guitarist Simon Relf some recognition with his venture into the typically expressive solo project.
Young hooligans The Vanns latest single ‘Guilty Love’ is a dip in a refreshing pool of soft rock and off-beat indie that leaves you satisfied yet begging for more. Can we just shotgun dibs on knowing about this band right now? Because this group of crazy young surf rats (they’re