When Gary Numan played in Wellington local punks spat on him, but his show was great according to GARY STEEL.
Author: Gary Steel
GARY STEEL had great expectations of NZ new wave band Flight X7 in this 1980 feature on the band. History had other plans… If I said that Flight X7 is my best bet for “local group makes big” sweepstakes this year or next, you may smirk, say “who?” and skip […]
GARY STEEL wrote this review of the homecoming heroes’ second 1980 Welly gig in the first edition of In Touch magazine.
In one of his first live review assignments, GARY STEEL was surprised to find that novelty act Racey wasn’t as cack as he’d thought they’d be.
A regular column in which the Witchdoctor team sifts through the mountain of available streaming TV and brings your attention to great new shows as well as those to avoid.
GARY STEEL wrote this review for the Evening Post back in March 1980. It’s not something he’s proud of.
Jeff Wayne’s War Of The Worlds stubbornly remains as bad as it is beautiful, writes GARY STEEL, who reveals its magic formula.
Delayed for a couple of years by the dreaded Covid, the StereoNET Hi-Fi & AV show in June is a must for Kiwi audiophiles.