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AMBY met up with Copenhagen electronic-soul artist MØ (Karen Marie Ørsted) during our time at WayHome Festival, and it was awesome catching up! Enjoy our latest video as we discuss fresh tracks, millions of streams, second album crisis, youth, tattoos, and creating her own zine.
Interview by Alicia Atout | @AliciaAtout
The sweaty affair at Wrongbar Monday night, courtesy of couple Scandinavian pop stars, was the (un)official kickoff party to a steamy summer ahead.
The glorious Swedish ginger Erik Hassle made a stellar first impression with the Toronto faithful with his soul-infused R&B jams courtesy of his last release Somebody’s Party. The
A Music Blog, Yea? recently had the opportunity of speaking with Copenhagen electronic-soul artist MØ (Karen Marie Ørsted) over the phone. In our interview, when asked about her influences MØ told AMBY, "I haven’t really listened to that much music, you know? I don’t want my music to sound like
The popular French festival Rock en Seine has announced it’ s full line-up for the takeoff in August and it’ s definitely a joyful sight. There are plenty of top acts to head out for, so if you get in doubt on what to priorities while spending time there we
The only festival where you can witness The Maccabees headline, endure gruelling temperatures to catch a talk from Louis Theroux, and question the middle classes parenting tactics whilst watching them cart their children around in wagons gone 3AM. Latitude Festival is unlike any other and this year it shone for
Festival season is all up and running at the moment. There are a lot of festive events and it can be a challenge to choose which ones to go for. With that said, AMBY is covering a fine amount of them to let you experience as many as possible! Northside
Hi there it is Tom here from Those Goddamn Hippies.
The band is led by myself and live I am joined by Mike on guitar, and David on drums.
The Hippies sound draws influence from the likes of Apparat, Steve Reich, Trentemøller, and Sohn.
Getting the EP finished was a really exciting process.
The Nordic countries are fast becoming the source of a lot of excellent new music at the moment. Whilst not yet receiving the attention that certain other areas of the world receive, this region is responsible for a number of exciting new artists and bands, including the likes of NEØV
With the recent release of their debut record Evergreen, electronic-pop duo BROODS are currently on a North American tour supporting soul artist Sam Smith. The New Zealand-based siblings -- Georgia and Caleb Nott -- last spoke with A Music Blog, Yea? back in May, so it was a pleasure catching