The elegantly lanky silhouette of Father John Misty appears amidst the darkness, smoke and faint illuminations. Holding gaze with the crowd, his sleek suit and glittering microphone, suggest a layer of ambiguity that often clings to J. Tillman's preacher persona. Slouching around stage Misty appears deeply lost in his lyrics,
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Alex Noble and Charlie Burley, better known as April Towers, performed a sold-out homecoming show at The Nottingham Rescue Rooms on December 9th 2015. No strangers to AMBY, we're thrilled to premiere A Concert, a celebration of the Nottingham-based electronic duo's performance.
A Concert takes fans behind the scenes to view
Insane stage dives, crowd surfing, and an explosive onstage head banging display, Matt Shultz ensures that Cage the Elephant still carry that live flair.
Screaming "fuck you" to Valentine's day, Shultz didn't hold back, soaring over the crowd during second number 'In One Ear'. Rolling into the mosh pit and shrieking
They may have been a little late through sound check, but by the time Trash were rearing to go, a nice queue of people had begun flooding into Nottingham's Bodega to catch some of those sleazy trashy anthems the band have been churning out at a steady pace. If you're
With the weather looking promising for Day 2 of No Tomorrow Festival many had arrived early at the gates to make their way into Wollaton Park. Boasting another eclectic line up, including artists and bands such as John Newman, James Bay, Milky Chance, and Gorgon City, there was a little
Dashing between stages, mud filled fields, and chaotic dancing are all aspects of the UK’s festival season, however Nottingham’s No Tomorrow festival offered a slightly different feel. The two day festival which showcased an array of talent breaking onto the popular music scene, ranging from acoustic solo artists to dance
For a band still in their early stages 'The Bohicas' have shaken the rafters with their energetic punk infused rock belters. Their name an acronym for 'Bend Over Here It Comes Again' , scuzzy guitar riffs and thrashing drumbeats have led the four piece to be one of the more
Three Brits and an Aussie, Sunset Sons formed in a popular surfing spot in the South of France named Hossegor, the crashing waves and surfing vibes brought the band together and with their first EP tilted 'Le-Surfing' named after a bar Pete (Bass) manages, the band slipped their selves into
‘Fall At Your Feet’ by Nottingham musician Callum Burrows – better known as Saint Raymond – is the perfect antidote to get you out of that longing-for-summer fog, with a chorus that you inevitably end up shouting at the top of your lungs.
Saint Raymond is essentially a prodigy with all