There's something alluring about Hinds. Whether their contagious music or genuinely charming personalities, this Madrid-based, lo-fi pop foursome are so much fun to be around. AMBY had the delight of meeting the band and speaking with Carlotta Cosials and Ana García Perrote when they were last in Toronto to perform
I love premiering fresh music and introducing our readers to exciting bands. In today’s premiere, I get to do both as AMBY is exclusively sharing Heart and Soul, the brand-new single from our friends in L.A. Spring.
Heart and Soul serves as a wonderfully crafted pop song from the London trio
RAC is the moniker of Portuguese American musician Andre Allen Anjos. For the last few years he has become a fixture in the remix game. But Andre doesn't do your normal WA WA WA WA club mix. He takes raw vocal stems and builds entirely new songs. He also makes
AMBY had the pleasure of speaking with Japanese Breakfast (better known to friends and family Michelle Zauner) when she last played Toronto in support of her latest record release Psychopomp. Dive into our interview as we talk about the record and discuss huge wigs, karaoke, being nerdy, soup incidents, and
Beach Baby's debut record No Mind No Money is, hands down, one of my top three albums of 2016. With that said, it was a highlight of the year speaking with the band for AMBY and seeing them rock their Toronto debut at The Garrison. Get to know the members
While touring in support of their latest album Part Time Spies, The Ramona Flowers stopped through Toronto's The Phoenix with The Heavy. Check out our interview as we met up with the band before their awesome performance to discuss terrifying heights, van tetris, spying on people, fun dance moves, and
AMBY had the absolute pleasure of finally interviewing Stockport pop fivesome Blossoms during their first-ever tour throughout North America. To learn more about this awesome band, dive into our latest video as we hop on a rooftop and discuss touring the world, the funny #MylesMelts, band games, hidden talents, and
The lead track from Sam Eagle’s debut “Nothing In Particular” EP is not likely to pick up much in the way of radio play, at least in the daytime - some decidedly NSFW language in a repeated refrain is likely to challenge the censors. But “Catchy Tune About Eyes or
Touring in support of their latest record release How To Be A Human Being, Glass Animals stopped by Rebel in Toronto and AMBY had the pleasure of interviewing their frontman Dave Bayley ahead of the show. To learn more about the album, dive into our latest video where we also
Neon Indian is the most successful moniker of Mexican American performer Alan Palomo. His debut record Psychic Chasms came out in 2010 and was a critical success that firmly established him in the indie music world.
Neon Indian was my first job in music. But Alan and I go way back,