The Australian Beatbox Championships 2014 at The Evelyn Hotel hosted many b-boys and fly girls, but ultimately there could only be one winner. Featuring Australia’s top 16 beatboxers with their eyes on the 2014 Australian title, the winner would also have the opportunity to rep the green and gold at
With tours alongside Josh Pyke and Katie Noonan preceding a massive 32-date Esk album tour, Jack Carty continues to make his way all over our nation, playing tunes and capturing the sights along the way. Carty stopped by at Howler in the midst of clocking up enough frequent flyer points
Labelled as the best reggae band in the world right now by German Rolling Stone Magazine, New Zealand reggae-soul heavyweights, The Black Seeds, played The Prince of Wales Hotel bandroom and cemented that title. Supported by Ngaiire, the six-piece had the Prince Bandroom dancing up a storm to a selection
Yacht Club DJs‘ final victory lap around Australia, also referred to as the Hooroo! Tour, saw Guy and Gaz touch down in Melbourne to farewell fans with bass drops and cheeky beats. Supported by Hunting Grounds and Bel Air, The Corner Hotel gave the boys the send off of champions.
Australia’s seminal rockers, The Church, have hit the road again in support of their 25th release, Further/Deeper, playing at Melbourne’s Ormond Hall and Vulture was there to capture the moment. Supported by Darling James, The Church put on a show for punters and justified their revered position as Australian music
Sydney-raised and Melbourne-based duo Georgia Fair left a lasting impression at their Ding Dong Lounge gig. Jordan Wilson and Benjamin Riley turned into a make-shift trio for their live set with the addition of a session drummer. Traditionally a duo since Georgia Fair’s inception when the boys were still in