Author: Radio Heatwave

If you have been sleeping on Harry Styles and his new debut album, now’s the time to stop hitting that snooze button and WAKE UP! The Harry Styles you knew from the days of bubblegum pop in One Direction has turned into someone nobody would’ve imagined him to become, a rockstar. Despite this being his […]

Could this be November’s Mane event? Fillies and gentlecolts, take a seat, get your hooves on some popcorn, because this is a movie review of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic: The Movie. Now hold your horses, because this movie was not paid for, which means the ticket, as well as all opinions are completely […]

Picture this: It’s 2067. A group of retired actors and actresses still cling onto big hopes and dreams as they “settle” themselves into a nursing home. It’s a congregation of zany personalities and wild ambition. They are being taken care by their strict and unforgiving caregiver– Sister Sara. What could possibly go wrong? Let the […]

Extraordinary. That’s how I would summarise my Dream Theater concert experience in one word. I was mesmerised as I spent the entire evening being serenaded by Dream Theater as they played their repertoire of songs, new and old from their catalogue. Each song displayed the musical prowess of each member; John Petrucci on the guitar, […]

‘FUN HOME’ by Pangdemonium is a musical about a dysfunctional family in rural Pennsylvania that runs a funeral home, which the family christens as the ‘fun home’. The plot revolves around Alison, the daughter and the eldest amongst the three in her adult years reading her diary from her childhood days and remembering the days […]

If you’re looking for an emotional rollercoaster, you’ll definitely find it in whatever cinema hall screening Stronger. Chronicling the life of Jeff Bauman, a survivor of the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing and the difficulties he faces whilst trying to fulfil his promise of walking again, this movie is a love story at its core, and […]

Revolt brings an interesting spin to the saturated post-apocalyptic genre. Lee Pace stars as Bo, an American Special Forces soldier serving in Kenya who teams up with French foreign aide doctor Nadia played by Bérénice Marlohe as they try to survive a deadly alien onslaught. Bo wakes up in a prison cell not knowing how […]

On Tuesday, I got the amazing opportunity to sit down and have a chat with UK singer-songwriter Lucy Rose. She was in Singapore to promote her third and latest album, Something’s Changing.   Lucy was such a sweetheart, and although I was feeling a bit nervous at first she quickly eased my fears as we […]

You clearly haven’t seen West Side Story. This modern era Romeo and Juliet has shot right through our hearts (spoiler alert: like how it did one of the characters)! Despite the love story, the friendship between the boys and the want to restore peace in the area were such highlights of the performance, we couldn’t […]

Hey there, this is Amanda and Jac with our very first blog post! On 10th September, we got the opportunity to attend the 10th edition of the Singapore Toys, Games and Comic Convention 2017.  A virgin experience for both of us at the convention, but it was amazing! The moment we stepped into the spacious, high-ceiling […]


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