Jan Hellriegel has just released the best album of her storied career, and it’s a book, too. GARY STEEL blathers about it.
GARY STEEL has found just the album for those who like it dark: dark, hi-def electronica, that is.
This album is all instrumental, there are no solos, but 40 different instruments are plucked, bowed, blown or concussed. GARY STEEL is quietly charmed.
Icelandic music queen releases her ninth album, Utopia.
It’s deeply unfashionable, it’s not even on a label, and it involves guitar solos. And GARY STEEL quite likes it.
On the momentous occasion of the release of Aldous Harding’s second album, Party, Gary Steel digs up a revealing interview from his heaving archives.
GARY STEEL is seduced by a seductive and gently adventurous album. By a drummer, no less.
Finally, a record to creep out the 49-year-old child in Peter Kearns.