GARY STEEL tries hard to find promise in expat Kiwi Plum Green’s dark Melbourne post-grunge.
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Snarky Puppy is a conglomeration of Grammy-winning musicians that brings vigour, life and dynamism to jazz-fusion, writes GARY STEEL
It’s certainly not Betchadupa. Liam Finn has grown up a lot in the few years between the partying-in-Daddy’s-toolbox schizophrenia of his first solo album, and this much more assured second effort. The trouble is, like so many artists from his generation, the music sounds like it’s desperately trying to escape […]
Dudley Benson’s Zealandia starts and ends with the sound of crickets, but it’s what’s in between that really sends GARY STEEL
Not bad at all, writes GARY STEEL about the debut album by Aussie electronic duo Bad French, whose musical and lyrical sophistication surprises and delights.
After faffing around with dysfunctional digital files, GARY STEEL falls for the rather excellent real grown-up sound and songs of the new Sneaky Feelings album.
GARY STEEL underestimated The Bads. He’s here now to pay penance with his review of their really, really good new album.
Corrinne Bailey Rae turns Gary Steel into a beastly man with beastly thoughts.