Slaves are definitely no strangers to AMBY -- we've interviewed, got cozy with, and reviewed this English punk duo too many times to count. With that said, it was awesome finally sitting down with Laurie Vincent and Isaac Holman ahead of their Toronto show at The Garrison. Dive into our
Day One -- Foals, White Miles, Frank Carter, Creeper, Hinds, Superheaven, Anteros, Otherkin, Dinosaur Pile-up, Airways, Nothing More, The Sherlocks, The Muncie Girls, Blaenavon, AlunaGeorge, Twenty One Pilots, Asking Alexandria
Day Two -- Inheaven, Heck, Blossoms, Avalanche Party, The Hunna, Milk Teeth, Vant, Jack Garratt, The Shimmer Band, King Gizzard and
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Photos by Lindsay Forsyth | @forsythphotos
Slaves | Interviews
Model Aeroplanes | Interviews
The Beaches | Interviews
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Photos by Gavin Craigie | @GavinCraigie | Website
Day One (Fatboy Slim, De La Soul, George The Poet, Plastic Mermaids)
Day Two (Grace Jones, Clean Bandit, Band of Skulls, Slaves, Years and Years)
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Photos by Will Bailey | @w_bailey
A garage-punk two piece hailing from Tunbridge, Wells in the UK, Slaves have been turning heads with their gritty sound through a series of singles spawned last year, drawing comparisons to the likes of Crass and the Sex Pistols.
Like their previous release, Feed The Mantaray indulges in energy. The harsh
Slaves kicked off 2014 in a typically explosive fashion with their single ‘Where’s Your Car Debbie?’. Now, six months later, the duo have returned with ‘Hey’, another fiery slice of garage-punk that should keep fans’ burning desire for new music settled until winter comes around.
From the moment the pair’s pent-up
Every now and then a band will come along that will blow you away, completely exceeding your expectations. The most recent example of this, for me, is Slaves; possibly the most unique band to come about in the last 5 years. The 2-piece rock band from Kent are already building
Hi, Hello, how are you? We are Slaves. (Laurie and Isaac)
The garden of England (Kent) is our home.
My names Laurie and I play guitar, my better half (in this two piece) is Isaac, he sings and plays the drums. He stands up whilst he plays drums too, he’s great.
When it comes to watching football, many
fans often see the players on the pitch as bigger than the clubs. Despite the
old adage that ‘nobody is bigger than the club’, the modern world does not seem
to fit that narrative. How can you explain footballers who play for football
clubs that they have