Articles by Andy Little
Shooting Daggers have made staggering strides at a rapid rate to deliver a hugely ear-catching debut.
There is no doubt Chronicles II: Hypergenesis evolves the story and the band’s musical scope, execution, and I’m sure achievements. It will be of interest as to where it all leads next.
The Greatest Hit (Money Mountain) reissue is a timely reminder of the creative well that lurks in indie rock’s formative years.
Spending time with ‘Rotting in the Belly of the Whale’ reaps rewards and could turn out be their best album to date.
Problem Patterns bring a blistering sincere injection of fresh energy, (sadly) relevance, righteousness anger and surprising joy to their debut album.
Witness Marks is a relentless thrill, combining the debut’s storming energy with an extension of fine band interplay and guitar wailing rage goodness.
A perfect accompaniment to a weekend morning waking up with the morning brew to embrace the day ahead, and a reminder to oneself to live in the moment.
It’s another fine collection of songs to add to her ever-increasing canon.
Social Lubrication is an instant powerful display of a band at the peak of their powers.
Fictionary is Andy Golding’s most diverse, and arguably his best Dragon Welding output thus far.
Death Valley Girls have pulled off another smart, fun, uplifting, earworm masterstroke.
Mick’s Jaguar is still the sound of a band clearly enjoying keeping the rock ‘n’ roll flame alive. And, we need them!
Experimental, playful, serious, a Dó is a vibrant explosion of ideas and an instant earworm.
A.A. Williams conjures a heaviness that is gloriously emotive, and jaw-dropping majestic.
In a Bizarre Dream is Blacklab’s most expansive and finest offering yet.
Keeping the heavy trip going……Nebula’s 7th album more than maintains their legacy.
All In Good Time, indeed. The wait is over as Giant Walker impressive debut displays super strong confidence.
For the fourteenth time, the Brown Acid series is another enjoyable slice of rare late 60’s/early 70’s heavy psych and proto rock ‘n’ metal.
Helms Alee cover many stylistic variations and genre-crossing, but manages to maintain a strong cohesiveness for a rewarding listen.
Firebreather breathe new life with their best offering yet on album number three.
Witch Fever’s mesh of heavy Grunge, Sabbathian Doom, and Punk’s rebellious spirit lives up to its exciting mix of influences.