Gimme Your Answers 2: A Video Interview w/ Bear Hands

Bear Hands

There's something effortlessly chill about Bear Hands. Whether jamming to the laid-back synths and satirical lyrics on their latest record You'll Pay For This or enjoying their in-person sarcasm, I really dig what this New York-based rock foursome is all about. During their latest stop through Toronto with Foals, AMBY

In The Loop #14 — AMBY’s 30 Favourite Songs of 2016!

In the Loop

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

Gimme Your Answers 2: An Interview w/ Bear Hands

On Friday the 18th, Brooklyn indie rockers Bear Hands will play Toronto's Echo Beach as part of the 2014 Edgefest Summer Concert Series. With the show quickly approaching and their latest album Distraction out August 11th in the UK, we caught up with the band to discuss album influences, their

Concert Review: Cage the Elephant and Bear Hands @ Jannus Live

St Petersburg’s Jannus Live is unlike any venue in Toronto. It’s outdoors, but with bars and restaurants wrapped around the perimeter, those on the second floor offering a great vantage point of the stage. Industrial fans attempt to cut through the thick Florida air, and a large tarp covers those

AMBY LIST | Favourite songs of 2013

2013 has been an exciting year for music! We're glad and proud to have been a part of celebrating the new releases, and cannot wait to see what 2014 has in store for us. So, until the new year, here's a list of some of our favourite releases of 2013. Kodaline

Gimme Your Answers: An Interview w/ Bear Hands

Bear Hands

Hailing from Brooklyn, New York comes indie rockers Bear Hands (Dylan Rau, Ted Feldman, Val Loper, and TJ Orscher). October 22nd marked the US and Canadian release of the quartet's new single Giants, an extremely melodic and groovy song that would easily remain with any listener. In a recent interview,