I was very hesitant to host a second interview with professional wrestler Joe Hendry, as we all know how my first conversation with "The Prestigious One" went down. While at Smash Wrestling in Toronto, we decided to put the past behind us (including all of the super rude things he
WCPW Champion Joe Hendry is by far the rudest interviewee I've ever had on AMBY. I had an interesting first encounter with Hendry. I walked up to "The Prestigious One" -- during his latest visit to Toronto at the WCPW Pro Wrestling World Cup Canadian Qualifier -- to ask for
RockNess prided itself on the majestic mountain scenery during its eight-year tenure on the shores of the famous Scottish Loch, whilst T in the Park has consistently attracted some of the best international acts in the world during it's two decades on the festival scene, but we have a new
Electric Fields is back for a third year and this time it's bigger than ever before! Set within the idyllic grounds of stately Drumlanrig Castle in Scotland, the festival has expanded in to a two-day event for the first time and takes place on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th August.
Ross Mitchell is a brilliant solo musician from Scotland who has a talent for song writing as well as singing. The Falkirk-based singer is getting more talented every EP he releases. He is proving why he wants to be a solo musician. Currently Ross Mitchell has released three EP’s over
After enjoying all of the T in the Park 2015 festivities, AMBY quickly caught up with Scottish alt-rockers Our Future Glory to discuss all things T in the Park. Enjoy our exclusive interview below as they also talk favourite bands, T in the Park's new location, and sunshine.
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Scottish indie rockers The View released their debut album 'Hats Off to the Buskers' in 2007, and now three albums later (not including 2013's Seven Year Setlist) the band have just finished recording their latest album 'Ropewalk' set to be released on the 8th June. With the release of new single 'Marriage',
Dundee has always had a presence in the music scene with the likes of Snow Patrol, The View, and 70’s funk and R&B band Average White Band originating from the city; and it’s great to see that this presence is still going strong with the three acts I witnessed last
Scottish alternative-rock group Broken Records have been busy touring in support of their third album Weights & Pulleys. In a new interview, A Music Blog, Yea? caught up with the band to discuss having fun in the studio, settling on album titles, bands from Edinburgh, and planning a Christmas single.
It was only a few short months ago that we at AMBY were featuring “Innocent Love”, the last single from Dundee’s Model Aeroplanes. Since then this young band have gone from strength to strength with a string of live shows across the country, most recently at BBC Radio 1’s Big