Vulture got our culture on and snuck in to the Mambo: 30 years of shelf-indulgence, a retrospective exhibition at the NGV: Australia, celebrating 30 years of the cult Australian surf brand. The exhibition features the largest collection of Mambo works ever to be in the same place, and is not
Commissioned by The National Gallery of Victoria: International, Takahiro Iwasaki‘s Reflection Model (Itsukushima) is a sculpture that reimagines the Japanese Shinto shrine of Itsukushima, most famous for its floating Torii gate on the tidal flats of Japan’s Inland Sea. Vulture got all cultured and shit and were able to make
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
Oz Comic Con took over the Melbourne Exhibition Building, giving uber fans and the uber curious a chance to dress up, meet their idols and suss out who wore their Wonder Woman costume better. We’ve got 99 photos, and Spock ain’t one.
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
Showcasing some of the finest underrated talents of Australia and the world, Cherry Rock Festival 2014 in Melbourne’s AC/DC Lane didn’t skip a beat, supplying over 650 punters with the heavier sounds they’ve been craving.
This week in Vulture Visual Arousal, we showcase Steve Simpson, an Irish illustrator who dabbles in a mix of media and prefers to use a mouse instead of a tablet for illustrations. Keeping it old skool. Simpson gets great satisfaction out of his own work on a daily basic, but
Vulture gets your weekend started right with Vulture Vision – our weekly pick for the best new music video, which this week is Claude Hay and the Gentle Enemies’ ‘Borracho’. No need to wait until you stumble home at 3am on Saturday and flick on rage, the best music video