Well, well, well. What do we have here? It’s moist music but it’s an unsuspecting moisture that’s for sure. Nicholas Allbrook, known to many humans as ex-Tame Impala and current POND frontman, has gone out on his own AGAIN and come up with this trippy af piece called ‘Blanket 3072’.
We first fell in love with Brisbane-based psychedelic rockers, Moses Gunn Collective, when we couldn’t get ‘Shalala’ out of our head, no matter how hard we tried (but if you obsessed over this song as much as us, you know we didn’t try very hard). When they dropped the music
The East Coast of Australia holds around 80% of our population. It has Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. Over on the West side you have Perth, the second most isolated city in the world. Fair to say Perth cops a bit of shit from the other big cities and quite
Today exciting news came that the official Splendour In The Grass 2015 line up will be announced next Wednesday, April 15. But here at Vulture, we think the SITG clan have dun goofed up, or completely punk’d us (April Fools Day was like 2 weeks ago guys, srsly?) Melbourne Journalist and
Bibby is a fun word to say, and if you say it super fast like, 86 times, it will take on an entirely new meaning. Do it. You wont regret it. It’s also the surname of one Peter Bibby; a man, a smoker, a musician and just quietly a bit
Every now and again a record seems to pop up where the highlight track will be a title that has something to do with Rainbows. Thee Oh Sees did it last, and now Melbourne based psychedelic grunge rockers, Greenthief, have done it as well. Rainbows aside, Voyage is Greenthief’s debut
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.
Making music news headlines in the Vulture Nest this week: The Growl’s Marc Earley gets broken, RHCP defend their Superbowl Supermime, and enroll yourself in Beyonce 101. A heartless and apparently pre-meditated attack was inflicted against bass player Marc Earley of WA band The Growl this past weekend in Sydney.
Over the last decade, Falls Festival‘s younger cousin Southbound has grown its reputation as the WA indie kid’s wet dream, earning that gold star nestled in the corner of its well-worn Chucks for being the camping festival worth making the pilgrimage ‘douth’ for. Bags searched, tents pitched, successfully-smuggled alcohol consumed,
Vulture made the pilgrimage to the Marion Bay for Falls Festival and no amount of delayed Jetstar flights could dampen a decidedly jovial mood for what turned out to be a three-day adventure of good music and our most mellow New Year’s yet. The Marion Bay Falls Festival is an