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Author: Gary Steel
MATT KELLY continues his epic new series with his review of an album that’s been dividing critics since its release in 1968.
The new Technics Grand Glass loudspeakers are innovative, refined and consumer-friendly, writes GARY STEEL.
GARY STEEL with a personal appreciation of Mike Nesmith that extends far beyond his brief time in The Monkees.
The Residents, Electric Ballroom, Wellington, New Zealand. Evening Post, 26/8/86 In 1986, GARY STEEL sat on a cold floor with a few hundred lucky punters and was blown away by The Residents. The Residents, they call themselves. These alien invaders, who, determined to demonstrate their comprehensive briefing on human culture […]
It’s seen a long gestation – what with Malcolm Black’s death and then Covid getting in the way. But this week sees the release of DIRT’s debut, Bloom. GARY STEEL asks Nick Sampson all about it, and hears about the Netherworld Dancing Toys adventure in the ‘80s as well.
The legendary Technics brand is back with a new emphasis on audiophile gear that meets the demands of the 21st century.
‘Damn The Dam’ man John Hanlon has a new album and as the title suggests it’s full of naked truths. GARY STEEL takes a listen.