I was elated to be asked to review Parklife for my fourth year in a row, Manchester has become my home and this year more than ever it felt so important for everyone to come together and have a massive party. Primarily it should be mentioned how amazingly organised the
Parklife is back at Heaton Park in June and I can’t wait to be back for my fourth year in a row. In my opinion, the line up is the best it ever has been with arena filling The 1975 coming back to their home turf to headline alongside the
Børns, Cage the Elephant, Chairlift, Damien Marley, Empire of the Sun, Jack Garratt, Lewis del Mar, Lolawolf, Metric, Miami Horror, Robert DeLong, Savages, Sylvan Esso, The 1975, Yeasayer, Zella Day
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As usual, Reading Festival is set to be the highlight of many a music lovers year. With a great mix of superstar headliners such as Biffy Clyro, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Foals, and Fall out Boy, add to that Cage the Elephant, The 1975, Imagine Dragons, Twenty One Pilots, and The
A new year means new music releases. This year we have albums from Kanye West, The 1975, Drake, and Lady Gaga to look forward to - just to name a few. Let's take a closer look at some of the most anticipated albums of 2016, shall we?
#1 Kanye West -
When The 1975's social networking sites went down late summer 2015; no one knew what the band was planning. Were they making a new album? Were they creating a new identity? Planning a new tour? Fans globally were both shocked and surprised when the band returned within 24 hours, and
AMBY recently had the honor of chatting with one of the most talented saxophone players of the time, John Waugh. He is currently prepping for the release of his debut solo EP ‘Flight’ on October 2nd, which you will find detailed below. Enjoy the introduction from John himself;
I spent just
I hope you guys have a wonderful Valentine's Day, and remember, today isn’t just a day for significant others. Go treat yourself or spend it with friends and family. If you’re not a fan, it can just be another day! But filled with love!
Robbers by the 1975
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Philadelphia indie-pop foursome CRUISR are currently on a North American tour with The 1975. Ahead of their two sold-out Toronto shows, we spoke with the band to discuss their debut EP All Over, touring together, and fun driving games. Enjoy!
AMBY: Hey CRUISR, thanks for having a chat with us. Please
On November the 3rd, The 1975 will play their second sold-out show in Toronto with CRUISR and Young Rising Sons. Courtesy of Live Nation, we're giving away exclusive tickets to the concert!
To enter the giveaway, all you have to do is fill out the form below and write in your