GARY STEEL has a rule about nostalgia. The rule is never to indulge in it. Let it be known that in this story he breaks his own rule about the most seminal year in his life and in music.
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GARY STEEL is celebrating 40 years of writing about music. In a life crammed with interviews, there are bound to have been a few that didn’t quite go as planned.
Chris Thompson has a collectable new mini-album out this week. That Chris Thompson. Let GARY STEEL explain.
RICHARD VAREY listens to Jason Vitelli’s latest album and quizzes the musician about his sound and artistic vision.
Melbourne hi-fi show gathers together many of the juiciest examples of audiophile goodness for your delectation (and it’s a record fair, too)
It’s great that classic albums are being celebrated, but is it really necessary to trample all over the facts to prove a point?
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.