The visionaries of New Zealand craft beer come together to whip up a treat.
How can farming be transformed into something that’s more human, and more environmentally aware? PAUL ROSE reviews a superb documentary that shows another way to work with nature.
PAT PILCHER needn’t have flown all the way to England to experience 5G after all. He could have flown down to Twizel instead.
Chris Thompson has a collectable new mini-album out this week. That Chris Thompson. Let GARY STEEL explain.
Renowned more for their reliability than adventurousness, NZ digital dub group Pitch Black try a few new tricks on their new album. Reviewed by GARY STEEL
PAT PILCHER checks the science behind 5G and looks at growing anti-5G noise.
In 40 YEARS IN 52 WEEKS, GARY STEEL trawls through his archives to celebrate a lifetime of writing about modern music, and pens some new perspectives to mark the occasion. The subject of today’s piece: 1979.
It’s called the Sonetto speaker range and it arrives in New Zealand next month, direct from Sonus Faber in Italy.