Sandy Mill is one of Aotearoa’s finest singers. To mark a rare performance in Auckland this weekend, we ask her some leading questions.
Author: Gary Steel
In 1980 In Touch magazine got all excited about Wellington post-punk band The Steroids and the launching of their independent record label.
By late 1980 The Crocodiles lineup had splintered. GARY STEEL wrote this review of their Wellington gig at shortlived venue Billy D’Club.
GARY STEEL suffers a complete breakdown while attempting to review all the shit that came out in December 1987.
Jazz duets aren’t dead, they just smell weird, writes GARY STEEL about an odd sax/drums project.
GARY STEEL reflects on Apple’s announcement on the demise of the iPod and our relationship to the iconic music player.
GARY STEEL’s 1980 review of a gig by the Red Mole theatre troupe splinter band that was soon to become the hitmaking Coup D’Etat.
GARY STEEL wrote this gig up for In Touch magazine way back in May 1980. It wasn’t his (or their) finest hour.