PAT PILCHER auditions the new Nokia flagship and is amazed at its five cameras but not so taken with its fingerprint scanner
JBL’s wireless cans leave most of the trendier brands in the shade for cleverness, comfort and excellent sound, enthuses PAT PILCHER.
GARY STEEL is celebrating 40 years of music journalism by disintering and re-animating interviews and reviews from his fat archive. To honour the publication of Shayne Carter’s memoir, Dead People I Have Known, here’s Gazza’s 2001 profile on one of NZ’s greatest rock gods.
RICHARD VAREY auditions a network music player that’s in a class of its own but which doesn’t cost a bomb.
GARY STEEL tries hard to find promise in expat Kiwi Plum Green’s dark Melbourne post-grunge.
PAT PILCHER gets to wrestle with and finally, feast his eyes on the humungous 75-inch 8K flagship from Samsung.
Just when you think you’ve whipped grief’s sizable ass, it comes back to kick you in the teeth, writes GARY STEEL.
It’s a long game but someone’s got to play it, and DAMIAN REID is ready to immerse himself into a post-apocalyptic world that’s gone to the dogs.