A new book by STEVE BRAUNIAS presents 100 strange, beautiful and sometimes disturbing New Zealand LP covers. He selects 10 of the best and worst dressed.
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Think you know everything there is to know about the audiophile scene? This will leave you gobsmacked: TONY WAINHOUSE writes about his incredible hi-fi initiation in Hangzhou, China. “In the highest room, in the tallest tower. Standing taller than most men. Rearing up on hind legs to brandish its menacing […]
What makes a home theatre system really sing? GARTH MURRAY of Theophany knows a thing or three about the science of loudspeakers.
Crazed fan HELEN COLLETT meets up with The Fall’s Mark Smith for a long grilling in a Wellington pub. Photos: Charles Jameson.
HELEN COLLETT almost succumbs to the elements hitching a ride to the Simple Minds 1982 gig in Auckland and Jim Kerr writes in her diary.
Gary Morrison was a true legend of New Zealand hi-fi, and the man behind iconic amps from Craft, Plinius and PureAudio. SIMON BROWN shares memories of Gary, who died recently.
HELEN COLLETT stalks the members of New Order and their greater entourage during their first New Zealand tour in 1982.
EDITORS NOTE: When a temporal rift opened at witchdoctor towers, we were faced with the daunting task of cleaning up. We found a futuristic-looking USB stick that contained just this one story from the future…. here it is.