Snarky Puppy is a conglomeration of Grammy-winning musicians that brings vigour, life and dynamism to jazz-fusion, writes GARY STEEL
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PAT PILCHER discovers that Huawei’s new fitness tracking watch is useful for much more than a saunter down to the local chip shop.
BLAST FROM THE ARSE – 1982: Fetus Productions/The Gordons Originally printed in IT magazine, April 1982: Fetus Productions – Fetus Productions (no label) This oddity, out of the blue, is heady, heavy stuff. It’s the sort of album that occasionally springs up from nowhere and really turns your head around. […]
It’s just not good enough for the Government to ban Huawei from Spark’s 5G network without spilling the beans on why, writes an exasperated PAT PILCHER.
PAT PILCHER reviews Samsung’s giant-screened Galaxy S10 and is wowed by its superiority.
As New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said, yesterday’s shooting brought with it one of our darkest days. PAT PILCHER looks at the aftermath.
In 1993, GARY STEEL was the editor of teen pop magazine RTR Countdown, which dared to suggest that Michael Jackson was guilty of deviant sexual behaviour just months before the first scandal broke.
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.