NZ’s gifted but troubled songwriter and band leader, Martin Phillipps, in a candid and revealing exchange with Gary Steel
Gary Steel bathes in the sheer indulgent tedium of Trinity Roots’ new live release
DIY disaster turns into provisional high-end speaker
Interesting reading found on the liner notes of a 1975 album
The Graham Slee Solo SRGII headphone amp reviewed by Ashley Kramer
Computer threats are changing, are you up to date? Kramer hopes he is…
An almost unused Canon Powershot G10 finds a new home and Kramer finds a new compact camera
Gary Steel laments the end of Kiwi music institution Real Groove magazine
No not the TAG Heuer watch manufacturers, this is Technical Audio Group NZ, otherwise known as TAG, the company that brings in ATC speakers and electronics, along with Martin Audio professional loudspeakers (amongst other things). My primary reason for shooting out West was to collect a review unit of the […]
The NZ Music Awards take place on October 7. Meanwhile, a METRO magazine column written by Witchdoctor writer Gary Steel whips up controversy in the blogosphere.
Gary Steel has flashbacks to a time when the world still has optimism and was full of day-glo colours. All while reviewing the amazing Martin Logan Purity’s.
Rogue Audio’s Cronus Magnum integrated tube amplifier reviewed by Gary Pearce