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
We at Vulture never claimed to be geologists. But that didn’t stop us for going for a dig recently. And what did we dig up? Dad rock, youth rock, hard rock, soft rock, punk rock – all sorts of rock. And we took photos of it! The Melbourne leg of Dig
Soulstress Mama Kin recently took to the Northcote Social Club stage to launch her new album The Magician’s Daughter. Ably supported by indie producer Spender and his band, Mama Kin gave a mesmerising performance, and the Vulture was there to capture all the action on film. Ok, pixels. Whatever. Want
Bluesfest 2013 came, saw and conquered. Boasting possibly its most impressive lineup ever, the 24th edition of the festival had something for everyone – from Iggy and the Stooges to Rodriguez to the Dropkick Murphys – and took control of the Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm in Byron Bay over Easter
Curated by The Drones and All Tomorrow’s Parties, the I’ll Be Your Mirror festival sauntered into Melbourne last weekend, with the likes of Beasts of Bourbon, Ben Frost, Dan Kelly’s Dream Band and Swans taking over the unlikely venue of the Westgate Entertainment Centre in Altona North. The Vulture strapped
Did you read our review of Melbourne’s Big Day Out? You did? You’re ace. You know what else is ace? Our big fat Big Day Out photo gallery. If you went along to the event, you might even see your own pretty face amongst he crowd! [nggallery id=4]
Aussie neo-psych princes The Morning After Girls recently tore it up live on the Ding Dong Lounge stage in Melbourne, and the Vulture managed to stop taking Facebook selfies for long enough to shoot this gallery of the band!
Proving that there certainly is an art and a beauty to tattooing that goes beyond misguided footy players with tribal sleeves and girls with what they think is the Chinese symbol for “Hope” (but is really the Chinese symbol for “beef black bean”), the MIss Ink Australia final brought some