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It's interview round three with one of my favourite guests of all time, it's the one and only Grado! I adore having Grado on the show because we can shoot the breeze for forever and he's always full of so many ridiculous jokes and stories.
Ahead of his gruesome Monsters Ball Match against Abyss at IMPACT Bound for Glory, I met up with one of my favourite AMBY guests ever, the one and only Grado! You immediately know it's going to be a fun time when Grado sits down beside you for a chat, so
This is hands down one of my favourite interviews I've ever hosted. Now I knew going into this that professional wrestler, comedian, and actor Grado had an amazing sense of humour, but I didn't quite know the extent. With lots going on over at Impact Wrestling, there was much to
I can't even count the amount of times we've had Scottish alt-rock trio Biffy Clyro on AMBY. It's been many years that I've wanted to host an interview with this band, so I was thrilled when it finally happened during their latest stop through Toronto. Indulge in our conversation as
Edinburgh's Rebel Westerns are gearing up for the release of their synthy single Envy. Channeling the sultry electronic-pop vibes of The 1975 with the kinetic and danceable energy of Passion Pit, Rebel Westerns forge an enchanting sound of their own that’s truly irresistible.
Ahead of its release, AMBY is pleased to
Ahead of her sold out show at Aunties and Uncles in downtown Toronto, -- which showcased her sophomore folk record Tied To The Moon -- AMBY had the pleasure of catching up with Scottish songstress Rachel Sermanni. Enjoy our exclusive video below as we discuss working with ink, touring essentials,
"These days as a songwriter, I don’t have to sit down and think of scenarios to write songs about. I don’t have to invent little stories because life is a weird and wonderful thing and it throws many ideas at you. I write about real stuff. I write about things
Diamonds and Coal by The Dirties
This shouldn't work: a very Scottish rapper in Andy Travers, offset by not entirely perfectly lip-synched vocals from Mikey Snee in a video that drummer Daniel Hunter appears to have been too busy to appear in - but there is just something about Glasgow six
Honeyblood aren't just "two Scottish girls who play songs about stuff", for this Glasgow duo's garage-pop is taking a walk on the elegant side, and man do we love it. To learn more about the band, AMBY spoke to Honeyblood about releasing their first single, career highlights, and poking around