The Dalai Lama has made his first album at the age of 85 with the help of a couple of enthusiastic New Zealanders. GARY STEEL put them through the great Witchdoctor Q&A.
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Sky’s rejigged Neon streaming TV and movie service begins today with all the programming and tech nous of Spark’s now-defunct Lightbox.
In three weeks the NZIFF will make history by being the first hybrid film festival in the world presenting its programme both online and in cinemas.
How do you get from mixing bands live and engineering Flying Nun records to creating your own brand of superb loudspeakers? GARY STEEL chats with Tex Houston.
With so many new TV and film streaming options available to New Zealanders we thought it was high time for a complete A to Z guide that looks at all the important stuff like what’s on offer as well as cost and ease of use.
The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra is to stage two special Beethoven and Bach concerts in Wellington during July and Livestream each performance. The adversity of the recent lockdown and the Covid-19 procedures has moved the tectonic plates a little. Sometimes, that’s a good thing. As in the case of the […]
GARY STEEL – who has been flinging his controversial critiques at a disgruntled public for more than 40 years – gives the background to his new A To Z Of Album Reviews.
Steve Hackett played on all the best Genesis albums and is touring his version of the classic Selling England By The Pound. GARY STEEL chatted with the guitar master.