Ahead of his Melbourne International Comedy Festival show Part-Time Detective Agency comedian and lovely man Lawrence Leung talks anal probes, chocolate flavoured assholes and… just a shitload of bum related stuff. Lawrence Leung, thanks for taking the time out to talk to us. Your publicist tells us you’re a very
New York native Kaki King is a woman who does not compromise on her craft. Having played guitar for nearly three decades, she has emerged from a period of doubt over her future in the music industry with her sixth album, Glow: a beautiful composition of global sounds and jaw-dropping
It’s difficult for aspiring musicians not to slip into the stale jar of musical hundreds and thousands. As more bands emerge, so too does the coverage of genres and a consequential difficulty to bring an individual flavour to the table. Melbournian Ainslie Wills knows this challenge all too well. As
The Drones’ sixth album, I See Seaweed is sprawling, superbly orchestrated and more universal than anything they’ve produced to date. It’s also been highly acclaimed by more or less everyone, and Drones drummer Mike Noga took some time to talk with Vulture about the new album, the new sounds that
If you saw Mr Paul Foot in the street, there are two things you would not pick about him just by looking at him. One: He is incredibly eloquent in his speaking manner. The man is a gentleman, and quite intelligent, as he once was set to study mathematics at
Pete Murray, you surly, genetically blessed, vocally seducing son of a bee sting. We at Vulture Magazine had a chat to said bee sting on the cusp of his first national Australian tour. How is life in Byron Bay treating you as opposed to Brisbane? Oh, it’s awesome. Byron’s fantastic.
Vulture was lucky to enough catch up with Toro Y Moi, aka Chaz Bundick, shortly before he hits our shores for the second time round. The South Carolina native has had us grooving since he dropped his debut Causers Of This back in 2010, and since then we Vulturians have
We had a quiet word with Jon Spencer about vinyl records, B-Movies and other heavy trash! VM: Firstly, we just really wanted to say thank you for the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion performance of ‘2Kindsa Love’ / ‘Flavor’ on the ABC program Recovery – it was suitably mind-blowing to see