GARY STEEL has a mid-to-late-life crisis as he loses his man-cave and pontificates the importance of exactitude in the filing of record collections, and other related ephemera.
Looking to set up a smart home? PAT PILCHER tests out Amazon’s new Echo Show smart home hub and discovers an elegant and useful addition for his kitchen bench.
The Kauri Museum is a bittersweet experience for GARY STEEL.
Have you tried a Spin Clean with The Groovinator? Or L’Art du Son? RICHARD VAREY has, and it’s not only given new life to his vinyl, but it’s also therapeutic!
RICHARD VAREY checks out a Kiwi-designed desktop amp that blows the lid on his preconceptions, and proves to be so much more.
How to become a millionaire? Own a pay TV company, just make sure you are a billionaire beforehand, says PAT PILCHER.
Core Blimey! PAT PILCHER takes a walk on the secure side with Norton’s Core router. It might not hear a who, but it does deliver respectable speeds – and detect potentially dodgy traffic.
PAT PILCHER gets excited about a chip launch and explains what sets Huawei’s Kirin 980 apart.
So says GARY STEEL, who interviewed Hans Joachim Irmler of the Krautrock legends in 2006. Presented as part of an ongoing series, Flashes From The Archives Of Oblivion, in which Steel dredges up key moments from his considerable archive. When Real Groove’s esteemed editor gave me the rare opportunity to […]
GARY STEEL enthuses over an album that reverberates with soothing trumpet, atmospheric ‘found’ sounds and imaginative evocation.
RICHARD VAREY gives his first impressions of Simon Brown’s first turntable, The Wand 14-4.
It’s a bold claim, but after spending time with Samsung’s new QLED offering, PAT PILCHER has declared it the winner.