Environment has a huge impact on the way we receive and respond to music. Sunday night’s John Butler Trio gig, as part of the Melbourne Zoo Twilights, was a great example of this statement. To hear the lions roaring in harmony with the music is definitely something rare to experience.
As the weather stayed unsure of itself, the crowds piled in and found themselves a spot on the grassy hill of Taronga Zoo. Picnic blankets and fold out chairs scattered the green floor as Tinpan Orange took to the stage. The three-piece eagerly stood against the evening sky as lead
With such a high-bow and eclectic line-up, no wonder tickets are selling extremely fast. The first sold out show of this anticipated event is, without any surprises, John Butler Trio. The multiple ARIA and APRA award winners are one of the most successful independent Australian bands and their influence can be
If you’ve been planning on going to Twilight at Taronga 2016, do yourself a favour and put it on the top of your to do list. Tickets have been out for only one week and six shows have now sold out for John Butler Trio, Missy Higgins, Birds of Tokyo
Live music has very often been used for different causes: political, social, environmental and so on. Indeed, we have now figured out that music has this strange power to gather and attract people. If most of us consider ourselves too busy to look into charity or too poor to donate
Whaddya meeeeean!!!!??? Summer is gonna be bangin’ this year cause we’ve got the low-down on another festival. Another festival we hear you say! Oh yes people, another festival! VANFEST is where city meets country (Yippee!) and will take place over December 5 and 6 in Forbes, Central West NSW. Just so you know,
Nominations for the Carlton Dry Independent Music Awards 2014 are up and the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR) is getting ready to put on a party. To get you pumped for the industries night of nights, and one of the only award ceremonies left where talent is still supreme
When we say Byron Bay there are probably a lot of things that come to mind – overly beautiful beaches, hippies, that one lighthouse, lots of very tan people – some which resemble leathergoods, an eagle flying through a rainbow over the spout of a whale (it’s a thing, we’ve
Have you been deflated and despondent with all those Soundwave cancellations? Are you considering travelling overseas because none of your favourite metal bands seem to make it to Australian shores? Then rejoice, for there is news to surely put some wind in your sails. Your Motörhead sails to be exact.
It’s close to four years since the release of April Uprising and we’re sure it wasn’t just Vulture who was in need of a fix from our adopted son John Butler. The fact that it has come in the form of John Butler Trio‘s sixth album Flesh & Blood has