Exclusive Video Premiere: Gay Nineties – “Big Love”

Gay Nineties

It's an exciting time as our buddies in Gay Nineties officially have a new track out entitled Big Love. The heartfelt song serves as the first single taken from their forthcoming debut record Decadent Days, and only adds to our ever-growing anticipation of the album's release. Today AMBY is pleased to

Gimme Your Answers 2: A Video Interview w/ Gay Nineties

Gay Nineties

Any time there's a chance to cover, review, or interview our music-making friends, you know we're going to take it. Hailing from Vancouver, we caught up with rock and roll foursome Gay Nineties (comprised of Parker Bossley, Daniel Knowlton, Malcolm Holt, and Bruce Ledingham) during their latest visit to Toronto

Gimme Your Answers: A Video Interview w/ Gay Nineties

Gay Nineties

The last time they stopped by Toronto, A Music Blog, Yea? sat down with Vancouver rock and rollers Gay Nineties (Parker Bossley, Daniel Knowlton, Malcolm Holt, Bruce Ledingham, and Alexis Young). Making our Best Songs of 2014 list with their single Letterman, we highly advise you keep your eyes on Gay

Gimme Your Answers 2: A Video Interview w/ Mounties

Ahead of their Thrash Rock Legacy Tour with Gay Nineties and Phantogram, Mounties caught up with A Music Blog, Yea? to discuss thunderstorms before shows, being "silly bums", recording new material, and the music industry! Enjoy the video below: For all features, photos, and interviews with Mounties, click here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeSJ7RhBVL8 Interview by Alicia

Song of the Day: Gay Nineties – “Letterman”

Gay Nineties

Hailing from Vancouver, rock and roll foursome Gay Nineties kicked the year off by premiering their newest single Letterman. The band (comprised of Parker Bossley, Daniel Knowlton, Malcolm Holt, and Bruce Ledingham) will also soon embark on a tour from Vancouver to Toronto, featuring The Wet Secrets! If you're in

Gimme Your Answers: A Video Interview w/ Mounties

Mounties

It's no wonder Canadian trio Mounties have been referred to as a "super group". Releasing their debut album Thrash Rock Legacy on March 4th, the band have created an eclectic and fun debut by combining nuances of electro-pop, new-wave, and rock and roll. Before hitting the stage at Toronto's Lee's Palace,

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