Articles by Andy Little
Progressive rockers Amplifier take a journey to the dark side with latest offering ‘Trippin’ With Dr. Faustus’.
The Midnight Ghost Train’s Steve Moss kindly took time out to explain how New York, tap dancing, and James Brown funk entered their creative orbit for fourth album ‘Cypress Ave.’.
The Midnight Ghost Train demonstrate bold refusal to be pigeonholed on fourth album ‘Cypress Ave.’
The Godfathers still sound as sharp as they look, and sure as hell are still a kick ass rock ‘n’ roll band.
Geezer’s 3rd album assembles bluesy stoner rock riffage, hard rock swagger, slow spacious grooves, and psychedelic tinged jams.
Blackberry Smoke’s drummer Brit Turner chats with Andy Little about the band’s roll the sleeves up work ethic and their steady rise to play London’s Roundhouse on their recent full UK tour.
Greg Dulli’s Afghan Whigs 8th release, In Spades, exposes soulful elegance, stompy swagger, fuller fulfilled lush arrangements, and deep thoughtful emotions.
A revitalised sounding Robyn Hitchcock sees his self-titled, 21st album, contain a consistently strong set of psych power pop songs full of diverse stories, thoughts, and reflections.
Ex People’s debut album ‘Bird’ is a heavy, fuzzy drenched, menacing, and hooky, listening pleasure.
Andy Little continues his coverage of this year’s London Desertfest with his review of the final day, which includes Hark, Elephant Tree, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs and Sleep.
London’s Ex People are about to release their debut album ‘Bird’ through New Heavy Sounds. Andy Little had a chat with Vicki Dawson about the full details including riot grrrl history, minimalist aesthetics, and Smashing Pumpkins adoration.
Saturday’s Desertfest swings with with laid-back vibes among colossal distorted riffage.
Valerie June maybe encompassing age old genres but with her spirit, genuine warmth, positivity, and honesty, backed by a very fine band she shimmers, offering personal inner hope as bright as her two eye-catching sparkly costumes.
Desertfest 2017 – Sunday’s line-up preview.
The rewards are worth it because this may turn out to be one of, if not the most, emotionally intelligent rock records of the year.
This is loud, blunt, grease infected dirty, and smelly, which is a case of job done for fans of frenzied grinning, heart pumping, sock it to you hard rock.
Riding Easy Records continue to unearth treasures from Rock’s deeply buried underground past in Volume 4 of the excellent Brown Acid series.
Boss Hog return after 17 years in the wilderness to make a determined stand in these darker infected uncertain times.
Blackberry Smoke prove at their Roundhouse gig debut that they are masters of their craft boasting deep depth and quality.
Colour Haze and My Sleeping Karma are a complementary listening experience touring partnership.
The Picturebooks channel into a swampy, primal, bluesy inspired howl and holler.