On the fifth anniversary of Keith Emerson’s tragic death, GARY STEEL calls for a reassessment of the pioneering keyboardist.
GARY STEEL marks what would have been Frank Zappa’s 80th birthday with a little musing on death and records.
HANNAH LEE doesn’t like coffee but she does like this engaging and creative visual novel about death and necromancy in Melbourne.
Just when you think you’ve whipped grief’s sizable ass, it comes back to kick you in the teeth, writes GARY STEEL.
A patient died after having been evicted from Christchurch Hospital and dumped at a bus stop. PAT PILCHER writes that there must be consequences.
GARY STEEL grew up in the punk era when everyone wanted to die but few did, and wants to know why suicide is suddenly at epidemic proportions amongst NZ youth.
When Gary Steel interviewed Graham Brazier in 2010, death was the thematic link throughout the conversation. That interview is exclusively published here in full, for the first time, and Steel offers his thoughts on one of our greatest rock icons now that he’s gone.