Dianne Swann is an under-sung legend of Kiwi pop with the finest album of her career online and in the shops.
Crazed fan HELEN COLLETT meets up with The Fall’s Mark Smith for a long grilling in a Wellington pub. Photos: Charles Jameson.
HELEN COLLETT stalks the members of New Order and their greater entourage during their first New Zealand tour in 1982.
Fresh from soaking up Robert Wyatt’s newish book of lyrics and illustrations, GARY STEEL thought the time was right to disinter and publish – for the first time ever – his complete interview with the reclusive legend.
Thirty years ago GARY STEEL met David Lynch’s Twin Peaks musical muse, Julee Cruise. For the first time, here’s the encounter in full.
How Garth Murray came to create his Theophany loudspeaker brand is as fascinating as his speakers are exceptional, writes NATHAN HAINES.
Darren Watson is possibly New Zealand’s greatest living blues exponent. GARY STEEL asks the hard questions of this superb singer/guitarist/songwriter.
GARY STEEL talks with Tears For Fears’ Curt Smith in a previously unpublished 1989 interview.