It’s great that classic albums are being celebrated, but is it really necessary to trample all over the facts to prove a point?
Author: Gary Steel
On his first album since 2014 David Kilgour floats in haunted suspension. GARY STEEL soaks up the grief
Tom Ludvigson gets around. GARY STEEL discovers that you never know quite what to expect from this prolific Auckland-based keyboardist.
What happens when an eight-year-old gets together with his dad to make an album with a message or two for kids and grownups alike? GARY STEEL takes it seriously. Sort of.
Renowned more for their reliability than adventurousness, NZ digital dub group Pitch Black try a few new tricks on their new album. Reviewed by GARY STEEL
GARY STEEL renews his acquaintance with the music world of Burnt Friedman and finds it to be as exquisitely detailed as ever.
When accidents happen and the baby gets hurt and it’s all your fault. GARY STEEL feels the guilt.
GARY STEEL attends a Blam Blam Blam reunion gig and finds the power of their songs and performance is undiminished 37 years later.