On the momentous occasion of the release of Aldous Harding’s second album, Party, Gary Steel digs up a revealing interview from his heaving archives.
Author: Gary Steel
GARY STEEL digs up his 1981 review of the first and only record by the now-legendary Shoes This High.
GARY STEEL digs up a previously unpublished interview with Chris Knox from 1986, in which the NZ music legend gives an amazing insight on the Flying Nun label, as well as his own music, and NZ music biz machinations in the 1980s.
In his Every Day In May series, GARY STEEL digs up pieces of our rich musical tapestry. [Translation: stories he’s penned over the past 40 years about NZ music]. Today’s victims – The Mockers, in a piece originally published in IT Magazine in 1980.
Fancy a spot of spelunking? GARY STEEL reassesses Nick Cave.
In his Every Day In May series, GARY STEEL digs up pieces of our rich musical tapestry.
War, huh, good God, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing, reckons GARY STEEL.
Their fans will love it, but Future Islands’ fifth album sticks in GARY STEEL’s throat.
GARY STEEL is seduced by a seductive and gently adventurous album. By a drummer, no less.
GARY STEEL makes an indignant stand against a record that sounds like a C90 cassette tape that’s been thrown out of a car onto a gravel road and run over by 100 maniac lorries.
GARY STEEL recommends this album to all those lost souls who find life just too harsh and edgy.
McIntosh is a legend in audiophile circles. There’s now a demo system in Wellington for those lucky enough to live in the city.