Nordost’s wee doo-dad improves both sound and vision
Another not-quite-right piece of self-conscious musical tomfoolery from Welly
Hollie Cook’s album is a simple charmer for those with a penchant for reggae
Flawed remake boasts bravura performances, but…
Drive may just be motion picture of the year for an otherwise cinematically impoverished Gary Steel
Gary Steel is seduced back into the vinyl fold with a tiny phono preamp
Gary Steel is all in a lather about Sony Ericsson’s new Xperia smart phone
Fair Game is an ‘action thriller’ without much action or many thrills. But it’s worth a watch.
In a world of mental illness masquerading as love songs, the Sami Sisters are required as an antidote
A local record that should have been nipped in the bud
Bonjah are from Tauranga. What next?
LIKE BOB MARLEY, Nigerian Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti has left more than a few sons behind to continue his legacy, and Seun, with the help of Fela’s former band Egypt 80, seems intent on doing just that. His second album is brimming with exactly the kind of roiling African funk […]