Hi. My name is Danny. I’ve been touring with bands for some time and want to tell you about some of the places we’ve been. I know, I’m missing some important things from these cities but this is just what I’ve had time to see. If you have suggestions regarding
We are Black Thistles, a 4 piece indie band from Devon, England. Our songs are fast and fueled by Pepsi. We love the Simpsons (pre-season 10).
Sounds like The Strokes, Blur & Jamie T all put in a big toilet and mixed up.
Our 2nd EP "pop quiz" has just been released
AMBY...... and World - we're COLOUR. Formed 2 years ago from the embers of three other groups spread 600miles apart. Made up of childhood bandmates Scott Harvey (guitar) and Liam Downey (bass), studio owner/ producer Connor Dickson (drums) and Singer-Songwriter James Tidd (guitar, keys, vox). We endeavour to make a
Hey there, my name is Alex, the band’s name is Native Braves.
We’re all sat in a 21,000 square foot warehouse. We’ve set guitars, synths and the likes aside for now, and gathered around the boot (trunk, in Canada?) of a 2008 Renault Clio – Blue, complete with white racing stripes;
"We just love great songs and good songwriting, and we try to emulate this with our own band as much as possible."
Comprised of siblings Anna and Declan Cullen (formerly of Coastal Cities), I D O L are a brand spanking new rock and roll/dream-pop act based in England. Inspired by 50's
With the recent release of their contagious noise-rock record The Hum, A Music Blog, Yea? was delighted to give JN of Leeds group Hookworms a call to discuss all-time favourite rock and roll groups, their mystery identities, and constant drone. Below is what he had to say, enjoy!
AMBY: Hey JN,
I’m Natasha North, a singer/songwriter from Buckinghamshire, England. Whenever anyone tells me how to describe my music, I tend to say classic singer/songwriter with a bit of Alternative Pop. What that means, I have no idea! No, I like to think that my songs have lyrics that are personal and
The vivid environment of the Leeds based music scene has been a fertile ground for diversification over the last five years, with much of its produce (that of Sky Larkks, Menace Beach and Pulled Apart By Horses to name a few) being found amongst the current roster of Indie labels
Photos by Daniel Robson | @danielnrobson | Flickr
AMBY got cozy with Joel Hood last summer. Joel has been making his line of “not very danceable dance music from the north of England” for a couple of years now, with tracks like “Follow the Fool”, “Getaway Car”, and “Campanero” building up a steady stream of followers.
Joel is now