Jack Garratt, the man with the ginger head noodles and the voice of unicorn sex, can do no wrong. Literally. Nothing. He is straight fire, and his recent time in Australia for Splendour in the Grass and the his emotive side shows, proved that to the rest of the country
Logically speaking, not many people should’ve been ready to boogie on a freezing and wet school night. But if there’s one thing Melbournians are good at, it’s honouring the awesome international bands coming to our shores. Last night, the alternative hip-hop LA band The Internet played the first of their
Easily the most hyped artist to come out of the UK in recent times, Jack Garratt is a man of prodigious talent. A multi-instrumentalist (he can play guitar, drums, keyboard and, of course, sing) Garratt won the Critic’s Choice Award at this year’s Brit Awards and released his debut album,
From the moment Glass Animals stepped out onto the stage, their fierce energy smacked us in the face and commanded our attention. Front man Dave Bayley is fascinating to watch as he releases every vocal and body expression with such intensity – it’s as if he was about to explode.
Swedish punk rock lords Millencolin ooze fun. Since the mid 90’s (when they were the feature song in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater) they’ve melted faces and built one hellava name for the themselves off the back of their ground breaking album Pennybridge Pioneers with plenty of follow up material. The Vulture was lucky enough
London trio Daughter have planned their return to Australia after two years, for a tour of their brand new and mesmerising album Not To Disappear, which is this week’s Triple J feature album. By the sounds of it, Not To Disappear is set to be just as, if not more successful, than their debut
Seeing Hot Chip live twice in two days is definitely something we consider ourselves lucky for. After catching their awesome set at Sugar Mountain on Saturday night, we felt that experiencing their music in a different environment could be something to enjoy. It was indeed very interesting to compare what we
Just when you think they are ready for a well-deserved vacation, the five dudes from our favourite gang are just getting started. Gang of Youths has announced a brand new national tour starting in April 2016. After rocking the Northcote Social Club and the Corner Hotel in Melbourne, they will
The Paper Kites, Melbourne’s very own forest folk slash indie pop rock slash all around darlings, played a sold out 170 Russell last week and Vulture Magazine was on hand to capture it all. Highlight: The dead silence after lead singer Sam Bentley asked the audience for everyone to simmer
On a run of Splendour In The Grass sideshows, Californian soundsters Grouplove swung by Melbourne, for a sold out show at 170 Russell. The band room was packed with good looking punters, ready for the feel-good-joy-pop of the group. Grouplove revealed that this is their last visit for a while.