One of NZ’s most distinguished songwriters finally gets round to recording a career-spanning overview, and GARY STEEL is well impressed.
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Self-deprecating, funny and deeply humanistic, this Wellington band’s latest deserves a hearing, reckons GARY STEEL.
You can hear his music in Peter Jackson’s movies and he once played guitar for The Muttonbirds. GARY STEEL reviews David Long’s new album.
Every week GARY STEEL pulls another random album from his bulging shelves to cast a critical eye over. It’s your turn, AGF!
‘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.
GARY STEEL reviews the latest release from the Zappa vaults and reveals both its strengths and weaknesses.
On his first album since 2014 David Kilgour floats in haunted suspension. GARY STEEL soaks up the grief
GARY STEEL renews his acquaintance with the music world of Burnt Friedman and finds it to be as exquisitely detailed as ever.