AMBY was pleased to watch long-lasting band Iron Maiden perform in Denmark recently with strong support from both Ghost and The Raven Age. Follow along right here to read more about the highly entertaining event and have a look on a bunch of fierce live photos. You know that you are
The only festival where you can witness The Maccabees headline, endure gruelling temperatures to catch a talk from Louis Theroux, and question the middle classes parenting tactics whilst watching them cart their children around in wagons gone 3AM. Latitude Festival is unlike any other and this year it shone for
Their hibernation has been a long one. Nearly eight years stands between the reconvened Super Furry Animals and Toronto fans. Mind you, it's hardly the only city that was left to wait. Hiatus is the proper word to describe their absence. Solo albums were produced and subsequently toured during their time apart.
A hiatus of over five years created an eager sense of anticipation when M83's follow up to Hurry Up, We're Dreaming was announced. As often happens in this scenario, Junk was perhaps unfairly seen as a bit of an anti-climax. Anthony Gonzalez single-minded vision to mould something from the rose-tinted
My first introduction of Richard Hawley came from his live appearance alongside Elbow, many years back at the Motorpoint Arena in his hometown of Sheffield. Tonight, Hawley is once again reunited with Guy Garvey, this time performing a headline show at Garvey’s curated Meltdown Festival at the Southbank Centre. The majestic
Kamasi Washington is a saxophonist you outta know. Famously lending his talents to Kendrick Lamar's heralded To Pimp a Butterfly, he and his eight-piece ensemble blew the roof off the Danforth Music Hall at NXNE. For those lucky attendees, myself included, it was jazz of the funkiest order. Equally mind-bending and accessible, Washington