La Mer: Anchor Baby

As her name suggests, young Los Angeles artist La Mer has an ability to write poignant lyrics and transport you to the coast is a refreshing experience. Her whimsical instrumentation accompanied by beach-side recordings make Anchor Baby a sea-side themed journey and, with her innocently high and childish vocals, mixture of guitar, strings, an accordionContinue reading “La Mer: Anchor Baby”

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“Touch Me Bat Boy” (It’s a quote)

This musical goes hands down into the best show I’ve seen. By the writers of Legally Blonde: the Musical, comes Bat Boy: the Musical – a dark comedy following Edgar, the half-bat-half-man discovered in a cave. It has been described as “very black, bordering on inappropriate”. Although your mind is set immediately to Batman, there’sContinue reading ““Touch Me Bat Boy” (It’s a quote)”

Legally Blonde Meets Brisbane

OMG you guys, West-End and Broadway show Legally Blonde: the Musical has reached Southbank. Blonde babe from Malibu, Elle Woods, has been dumped by her high-school sweetheart and lawyer-wannabe, Warner Huntington III. To prove her seriousness, Elle studies and is accepted into Harvard Law with Warner. Pink dress, Blonde highlights, and heels to match –Continue reading “Legally Blonde Meets Brisbane”

‘The Traitors’ Review

(As published in the Gold Coast Bulletin 23rd October 2012) “The prison was engulfed in noise, sirens pounding his skull, shouts raining down from the perimeter wall…”  From the author of the “Darkside Series”, Tom Becker’s The Traitors is a thrilling novel set in a world where children and teens who have betrayed are sentContinue reading “‘The Traitors’ Review”