Dudley Benson’s Zealandia starts and ends with the sound of crickets, but it’s what’s in between that really sends GARY STEEL
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Not bad at all, writes GARY STEEL about the debut album by Aussie electronic duo Bad French, whose musical and lyrical sophistication surprises and delights.
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.
GARY STEEL underestimated The Bads. He’s here now to pay penance with his review of their really, really good new album.
Corrinne Bailey Rae turns Gary Steel into a beastly man with beastly thoughts.
Here’s an album that purports to include “All of the 20th century composition techniques and styles.” Read what Peter Kearns has to say about that.
Roo Panes has the designer stubble and sandpapery voice to make our maidens quake at the knees, but… Gary Steel explains.
A band of Estonian minimalists get the Kearns evaluation.
Spencer Sabo does it all by himself, impressively, but there are a few caveats, writes Peter Kearns
Peter Kearns mourns the end of one particular kind of wizard, and a true star.
Gary Steel reviews a sophisticated slice of well-marketed world music product that will probably background many barbecues this summer.
“THE ONES THAT GOT AWAY” – A SHORT SERIES OF 2014 ALBUM REVIEWS THAT NEVER SAW THE LIGHT OF DAY, FOR SOME REASON.