How did Soundgarden’s remixed and remastered album end up sounding so bad? GARY STEEL’s tinnitus screams his name.
Author: Gary Steel
Forget those monomaniacal one-genre grinders, here’s something that basks in a multi-hued excitation of genres. GARY STEEL is kind of smitten with Sinkane.
The Edifier speaker range gets boosted profile with a new NZ distributor.
OPPO adds to its celebrated universal players and headphones with its own line of smartphones.
On the occasion of his 11th wedding anniversary, Gary Steel on the fatal attraction that derailed him, and his salvation.
Gary Steel is tired of NZ musicians making albums that are glorified calling cards rather than coherent musical statements.
We’re saving lives with fancy medical procedures. Meanwhile, writes Gary Steel, we can’t even get our plumbing right.
Curvy, delicious-looking Sopra No3 speakers from French company Focal are now available in NZ.
It’s Gazza’s Big Ketchup, wherein GARY STEEL chips away at the massive review pile that accrued during 2016.
It’s not only an ode to the Golden Age of Hollywood musicals, but a film with a message about the power of love, reckons DHAYANA SING.
On the eve of the release of Nintendo’s latest console, BEN CARMICHAEL makes a radical proposition. Or is it a prediction?
Today, NZ’s ‘most acerbic music writer’ assesses a compilation tracing both the peaks and the lows of Ray Columbus in the ’60s.