There’s a new Kiwi boutique audio brand in town – Artisan Acousticcontinue reading
There’s a new Kiwi boutique audio brand in town – Artisan Acoustic
There are elves. And a chap with a very high voice. Unfeasibly high. Oh, and glockenspiel. Sound a bit twee? Gary Steel reviews Death Vessel.
This old-school hip-hop collaboration is tired and thin-sounding, reckons Gary Steel.
It’s not all great, but here’s an indispensable compilation of beat-era Kiwi pop/rock that’s bursting with the sniff of freedom of a dawning era. Or so says Gary Steel.
Naim’s DAC-V1 Digital To Analogue Converter and NAP100 power amplifier reviewed by Ashley Kramer
Local guitarist has all the ingredients for a great debut, but it comes out of the pan deeply flawed.
Just when you weren’t expecting it: a jazz trio album that really does deserve your attention.
Gary Steel finds The Nomad’s new album a frustratingly hot and cold experience.
The ASUS N750 multimedia notebook claims to offer cinema quality sound. It’s powered by a Bang & Olufsen ICEpower module and comes with a subwoofer. Ashley Kramer reviews one to see if the audio lives up to the claims.
In this new series, Unknown Pleasures, Gary Steel makes his case for worthy but under-recognised albums and artists. Bill Pritchard isn’t a name that drips off the tongue, but this hardly known English singer-songwriter is worth writing home about.