Only a few more days before Brighton City Airport will shut down its runways and opens its festival gates up for the third consecutive year for WILD LIFE. Born and bred from Brighton, Fatboy Slim is one of this years headline acts, along with Jess Glynne, Dizzee Rascal and Eric
We’re only a couple of weeks away from festival season being in full swing and day splits are getting finalised and we realise that there’s simply not enough weekends for everyone we want to see, we get ever closer to the first ‘huge’ festival on the UK calendar, Download Festival,
“Making it rain” is probably the most cliched phrase in songwriting history. Pick a random rap or R&B track from the past three decades and you’re almost guaranteed to phrase at least once. Rappers and singers talk about making money and blowing it on something (or someone) all the time.
With his recent release of his debut studio album in December, expect to see Post Malone perform his hits off the album. He is currently scheduled for a few festivals this year so you do not want to miss the chance to see him while he is performing in
After a successful debut, the Tramlines team are at it again, bringing Outlines back for its second year. The multi-metropolitan festival blends a vast mix of genres, that sees the likes of Lady Leshuur, Jagwar Ma and The Wytches all sharing the stage. Established artist and some of the most exciting up-and-coming bands
It may be tempting to dwell excessively on the ghastly awfulness that has been 2016 (and Death continues to ruthlessly go about his business as I write - RIP Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds), but here at AMBY we'd like to remind everyone that amidst the tragic losses of many
Welcome to a new In the Loop! 2016 has been an amazing year for music. Today I'm going to let you know my thirty favourite songs of the year, featuring everything from Dua Lipa to Twin Peaks to The Hunna. Throw on your favourite headphones to indulge in the music
Going right back to The Beatles and the Rolling Stones in the 1960s and continuing through David Bowie and Queen, and in the new Millennium, acts such as Muse and Coldplay, UK artists have routinely exported ground-breaking styles across the pond and made heavy inroads into the Billboard charts and
Electric Fields is back for a third year and this time it's bigger than ever before! Set within the idyllic grounds of stately Drumlanrig Castle in Scotland, the festival has expanded in to a two-day event for the first time and takes place on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th August.
From humble beginnings, The Green Man Festival has grown to become the largest festival in Wales. Although crowds will swell to 20,000 when this year's four-day event kicks off on Thursday, the festival still manages to retain the independent spirit that it was founded upon, offering a more intimate alternative