In 40 YEARS IN 52 WEEKS, GARY STEEL trawls through his archives and selective memory banks to celebrate a lifetime of writing about modern music, and pens some new perspectives to mark the occasion. The subject of today’s piece: aural agony.
PAT PILCHER worries about the future of SKY as it keeps hiking its prices.
RICHARD VAREY settles in for some listening time with the biggest platter he’s ever used: the Amari T-60.
As the UK refuses to jump blindly onboard the Huawei ban train, PAT PILCHER asks what it means for other Five Eyes countries which have been quick to club against the Chinese vendor.
When PAT PILCHER get’s bored, he likes to talk to Alexa. And apparently, she’s one funny chick who knows her pop culture…
ATRAD’s Adam Rosner is passionate about creating bespoke hand-built stereo vacuum-tube amplifiers and related devices. He explains all to RICHARD VAREY.
It’s not your run of the mill phone, and it ain’t the prettiest thing you’ll see, but the ruggedised Cat S61 packs a punch.
In 40 YEARS IN 52 WEEKS, GARY STEEL trawls through his archives to celebrate a lifetime of writing about modern music, and pens some new perspectives to mark the occasion. The subject of today’s piece: 1979.
PAT PILCHER takes a look at the big business of Facebook scams and affiliate marketing and offers up a tip for getting those obnoxious ads off your screen.
PAT PILCHER goes shooting – shooting photos that is, as he tries out Fujifilm’s latest mirrorless camera.
Looking for an easy upgrade with huge performance gains? PAT PILCHER checks out Crucial’s entry level SSD.
Hamilton’s Tron Records’ store manager Grant Petersen and owner Kerry (Rocky) O’Rourke sat down to discuss the store’s beginnings, future, customers and plenty more for RICHARD VAREY.