“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.
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
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
One of AMBY‘s favourite festivals is soon returning to Toronto! That’s right — TIME Festival is back and will take over Histroic Fort York in Toronto on August 6th with a super stacked line-up consisting of Run The Jewels, Broods, Kehlani, Joey Bada$$, Bob Moses, KiNK, Everything Everything, TOKiMONSTA, and
Tramlines returns to Sheffield this summer for another weekend packed with 'Inner City Music'. This year Dizzie Rascal, Catfish and the Bottlemen, and Kelis headline the festival's main stage at Ponderso Park, with Jurassic 5 also expected to make a headline worthy appearance earlier Sunday evening. However, putting aside the bill