‘Damn The Dam’ man John Hanlon has a new album and as the title suggests it’s full of naked truths. GARY STEEL takes a listen.
The recent outage of the social media giant shows how dangerously over-reliant we’ve become. I know a couple of people who don’t use Facebook. I never remember their birthdays, tend to forget to stay in touch because they’re not in my face, and view them much the way I once […]
Prompted by its 20th anniversary and an upcoming tour to mark the occasion, GARY STEEL reassesses Shayne Carter’s greatest album. IMPORTANT NOTE: This tour has been postponed due to the Level 4 lockdown until December. See all dates and venues below. For fans of New Zealand alt-rock group Straitjacket […]
GARY STEEL stumbles across a tantalising snippet of greatness in a new EP by Kenyan electronic artist Slikback.
GARY STEEL finally finds a book about a group he had stencilled on his pencil case as a high school nerd, and explains why it matters.
In the first of a new series celebrating the 30th anniversary of New Zealand record label Rattle, GARY STEEL takes a look at its debut release from 1991.
Fifty years ago Tim Buckley released an album that killed his career. Five years later he really was dead. GARY STEEL on Starsailor.
Shudder is a new streaming service dedicated to terrifying us. GARY STEEL had a close look at its content. Shudder describes itself as a premium streaming service that will appeal to anyone keen on horror, thrillers and the supernatural. But the question on the minds of both horror connoisseurs […]