After faffing around with dysfunctional digital files, GARY STEEL falls for the rather excellent real grown-up sound and songs of the new Sneaky Feelings album.
Seminal German group Kraftwerk has released 3D Blu-ray discs of live performances of their eight most popular albums. GARY STEEL has a thing or two to say about that.
Peter Garrett gave GARY STEEL a piece of his voluminous mind as the revived Midnight Oil prepared for the world tour that brings the group to NZ for two dates this weekend. Peter Garrett – How are you mate? Gary – I’m good. The cicadas are screeching so loudly […]
One of the key figures in German music’s Krautrock renaissance of the 1970s has died. GARY STEEL weeps all over his keyboard.
Walter Becker’s death prompts GARY STEEL to examine his curiously topsy-turvy relationship to the music of Steely Dan.
An occasional column in which GARY STEEL reviews a bunch of recordings that escaped his attention at the time of release, and finds them to be of merit.
Ever wondered whether stereo was good for you? A brilliant wee ‘stereo fixer’ – The Soundstage Activator – sends DR RICHARD VAREY off on a fascinating voyage to discover the truth about the way we listen to music.
Most people reckon they love music, and that it’s a soundtrack to their lives, but they never actually listen to it.
Witchdoctor’s second Glen Campbell tribute of the day is ANDREW JOHNSTONE’s previously unpublished review of the heart-rending film chronicling Glen Campbell’s descent into Alzheimer’s.
A few thoughts on Glen Campbell from Witchdoctor’s music editor.
Legendary prog rock reissue is a hoax. But an instructive one, claims Gary Steel
It’s deeply unfashionable, it’s not even on a label, and it involves guitar solos. And GARY STEEL quite likes it.