The chorus was catchy. Really catchy. I found it to be quite uplifting, with some positive vibes emerging from the melody and lyrics, and found myself stuck in a hypnotic head bobble marathon every time the chorus came on. The female singers’ vocals were quite exceptional, both on note and soothing on the soul.
This article tells the story of a man known as Pete Coghlan. Pete once had an ordinary life: possessed a house, a full-time job and a partner that so many of us take for granted. Things were going quite well for the special force’s military man. He was always as tough as nails and had a heart of gold. But on one unfortunate day, Pete suffered from a stroke which changed his life drastically. As a result, he found himself one day waking from a coma paralysed lying in a hospital bed.
Liam Neeson’s newest movie Cold Pursuit meets all expectations of a thriller following a bad-ass with a secret vendetta, but this movie was so much more. Not only was there a story full of suspense and interrogation, but we also saw a range of emotions and black humour thrown into the mix.
On the 18th of January I ventured off to watch a play at Fringe World and little did I know just how remarkable the show would turn out be!
Not too long ago, I had the pleasure of sitting down with madison moore, up and coming cultural critic and author of Fabulous: the Rise of the Beautiful Eccentric. He talked about his own journey as a writer, and lets us in on the struggles for those living while marginalised.
Everybody Knows was a psychological Spanish thriller. Filled with such intense emotions that it could turn the coldest cheek, this film took place in Madrid. Check out this review to see what we thought!
Some special Perth citizens spread the Christmas spirit to whole communities, not just their own families.
***Trigger warning*** Domestic Violence The sensational WA musician Stevie-Leigh has just come out with a new single What About the Girl and if you haven’t listened to it, I beg [ … ]
As an avid book reader, I am constantly searching for new material to read, despite ignoring all the unread books collecting dust on my shelf. Often the books that come to my attention are the ones that are the most hyped. They’re the most recommended novels at bookstores and libraries, the ones that pop up onto my dashboard, the ones that friends try to shove down my throat.
The night we arrived at the Somerville Theatre, the weather was somewhat mild, until a bitterly cold breeze began blowing through the field. Freezing audience members gathered the rugs and blankets and urgently warmed their bodies with some of their finest liquor.