It’s rare that I find a band who outdoes themselves with each and every new track, but I did exactly that last July. Since then, I haven’t stopped grooving to this awesome SoCal band. Meet Private Island. They classify themselves as a beach groove rock band—and I have to say,
“About A Friend” is the lead track by 21 year old Bristol based singer/songwriter Sam Cartwright Johnson from his forthcoming “Submerged” EP, due out on AMS Records on 18 April. The EP marks a progression from the self taught raw talent that was honed a few years back at Ireland’s
Madigan are a London indie rock five piece who have been going in one form or another for almost a year. Having crafted their sound over a series of gigs including support slots for The Libertines’ openers Trampolene and headline sets at the likes of Water Rats. “Control” is the lead track
Released on 29 February, “Totem” is the debut single from Hartlepool teenage quartet PLAZA. It follows the release of a well received 6 track Mixtape in 2015, a year that saw them play a string of live dates including some tasty support slots for the likes of Jaws and Lisbon.
There’s been a real buzz over the last month around the debut single “Ghost Town” from Peterborough based indie four piece Airways. Picked up by Charlie Ashcroft at Amazing Radio, the track surged to the top of the poll on his Audition show to find a regular place on the
Although Lana Del Rey is a huge name in the alternative music world, she put on an intimate show for her Los Angeles fans on February 9th.
“I'll see you guys down at The Wiltern,” Del Rey shared as she announced a premiere for her new music video, “Freak.” Many fans
Connar Ridd is something of a conundrum. Who is he? Is he the pitch perfect tenor adept at covering Alicia Key’s “Falling” or Adele’s “Hello” with almost choirboy like innocence? Or is he the guitarist and vocalist in the very full on Essex death metal trio “Kill The Freak”. Well
I just feel like turning the volume way up and yelling out the words: "I broke my cigarette, I broke my cigarette. Dried up the river. Now there is no place left to swim..." as I play the song "Ragged Child" one more time.
It is one of those catchy tunes
It’s common knowledge that the music industry is a tough one to break into. It’s even more difficult to be a successful, self-sustaining musician – even Iggy Pop has said that he can no longer live off royalties! Barns Courtney seemed to be no exception rule, and was thinking of
18 months ago we at AMBY were raving about the old school sound of Essex quartet Juke and their track “Pins And Needles”. Since then the band have seen something of a transformation with the arrival on bass of Finlay Cunningham and guitarist Dale Holt-Mead, joining drummer Matt Lamb and