GARY STEEL goes on the attack against audio snobbery as he details his rock and roll odyssey with Cerwin-Vega loudspeakers.
PAT PILCHER reports on the biggest cyber security threats in the coming year.
The Dunedin Sound – Some Disenchanted Evening, Ian Chapman (Bateman) The Shops, Steve Braunias & Peter Black (Luncheon Sausage Books) PICTURE BOOKS ARE not much use to me, really. I’ll walk through an art gallery with eyes bulging, but put the same art in a book, and all I want […]
So you want wireless headphones with that smartphone? No problem! PAT PILCHER is here with a selection of the best.
Could a prostitute ever make it to the Whitehouse? Estère clearly thinks so. She explains her new song to Gary Steel.
Gary Steel has realised why his appreciation of music is different: he’s just not cultural. Please, let him explain.
Andy Baker is a sceptic, but like most hi-fi nuts, he’ll try any tweak for the chance of sonic improvement.
Crowded House are to reissue deluxe versions of album catalogue.
The baby of the Leben family may have the critics divided, but our Andy reckons it’s a little stunner. And it smells good, too.
Peter Kearns realizes that plywood cacti won’t do the acting for you.
For some unknown reason, my Adele review was never published by the magazine I submitted it to. So, here it is, a little late but hey…
French group’s homage to ’80s nostalgia in poor taste.