During her latest visit to Toronto, Phoebe Bridgers took the time to have a chat with AMBY and discuss favourite musicians, sad music, vinyl collections, loving Jennifer Carpenter, being Tweeted by Laura Jane Grace, her "sorta goth" aesthetic, and working on a debut record. Watch us have a laugh and
The Dollyrots are one of the most dedicated pop-punk outfits to come out of the US in recent years, members Luis Cabezas and Kelly Ogden have been storming the American scene with a run of huge albums and EPs, and even a freshly released live album. In short, they’re killing
There's something so infectious about Los Angeles' pop fivesome The Heirs; whether their positive vibes, catchy tunes, or the fact that they were all so charming before the camera even started rolling, I instantly had a great feeling about this interview. Touring in support of their latest EP release Ecliptic,
Los Angeles brother-sister duo XYLØ (better known to their friends and family as Chase and Paige Duddy) shared their debut EP America on February 26th. Slated to bring their hazy, lustful pop songs to five SXSW shows this week, AMBY invites you to meet the band in our exclusive interview.
Los Angeles' metal band Phinehas recently stopped by Toronto with For Today, and ahead of the show, AMBY had the pleasure of sitting down with Lee Humerian for a chat. Enjoy our exclusive interview where we discuss wall of deaths, being big sci-fi nerds, having Star Wars inspired lyrics, wearing
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Touring in support of her latest record release After, Doe Paoro (the moniker of soul-pop creator Sonia Kreitzer) stopped by Toronto last weekend with GIVERS and it was AMBY's pleasure to have a chat with her.
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Josh Ritter and his band serenaded fans at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, CA on January 19 with a slew of brand new songs from the new album, Sermon on the Rocks (2015). The night was filled with heartfelt lyrics, foot-stompin’-hand-clappin’ folk melodies, and of course, lots of smiling!
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Los Angeles, California.
It all started on Hollywood Blvd. at the Musicians Institute. This is where I met my guitarist Jared Hara while we were both taking our first steps into the LA music scene. While I attended M.I. for audio engineering, Jared was busy melting faces while studying with some