Ark. Times Musicians Showcase Round 3: Judges commentary on Brother Andy & His Big Damn Mouth | Rock Candy

Ark. Times Musicians Showcase Round 3: Judges commentary on Brother Andy & His Big Damn Mouth

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joshua

I'm sure that there were more than a few shallow minds that took one glance at the three sets of pasty legs descending from three pairs of faded Daisy Dukes and thought: What the hell? Raw, ingenious and brutally honest rock, that's what the hell.




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Natalie Elliott

Bro Andy works best when it's nasty, almost white-trash power pop. There's a Busch Lite-spattered intensity there that's hard not to raise a fist to. I always respect a grizzled, gross three-piece that can bring it.




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Greg Spradlin

Bro. Andy and co. hit like an atom bomb. They remind me of what it would sound like if Larry Brown had started a punk band—not Larry Brown the Southern writer, but the Larry Brown who ran a back hoe back in Pangburn. Sweet, trashy love songs.



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Leigh Wood

This is rock 'n' roll. There's some ACDC in the mix. Some Doug Martsch. Some Screamin' Jay Hawkins. Some Pixies. Some Pogues and a hundred other dirty, sneering bands. These dudes don't care about haircuts or showers—they only care about ROCKIN'.



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Ben Jones

Bro Andy is a freight train of raw, loud, unapologetic rock. And my new favorite local band.




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