Memories from the ‘burgh

LadyNerd is on the way to Edinburgh Fringe 2012.  That means the incomparable ninjamazing music nerd, Mark Chamberlain, and that weirdo with the dancing eyebrows who occasionally writes about herself in third person, Keira Daley, are going to do their thing for the world’s largest arts festival in just a matter of weeks. I performed Read more…


Frequent Inaccuracies

…or: “How to be a dick about praise”… I have been very, very fortunate that this show has been so overwhelmingly positively received.  And for this I am delighted and grateful – in fact, I’m pretty chuffed people bother writing anything about my show, after all my years of doing shows that flew under the Read more…


Nerdination Tour Diary

NOTE: There are accompanying photos for this post but WordPress is being a wang right now… We played three cities in eight days last week – not an especially huge tour, but it was pretty hardcore for little ol’ me.  Here’s how it went down… It began in hometown Sydney at Slide Lounge, where I Read more…


Opening night and a JoCo cover

We did our first show of the year/tour last night in our hometown Sydney.  It was a monster truck nerdy love-in and we had a great time.  If you were there, we salute and thank you! We also took the opportunity to give our new music video a premiere.  And now here it is on Read more…


Early adulthood, meet my childhood!

The Nerdist has brought our attention to a crazy and amazing person QuintonSung who has put together entire albums by Radiohead… in 8-bit. Radiohead was the soundtrack to my uni days, maudlin post-adolescent that I must’ve been.  And some of my happiest moments in childhood were to a soundtrack of 8-bit games on ye olde Read more…


Singy-sing, talky-talk, drinky-drink

I was recently asked, in this interview with Inside Cabaret, what cabaret is.  A lot of people would probably say that cabaret is a very personal, intimate exchange of music and stories between a performer and audience. My answer was: Cabaret is… singy-sing, talky-talk, and (for the audience, mostly) drinky-drink. The rest is up to Read more…


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