Jade’s 4 most anticipated albums of 2016

Jade's 4 most anticipated albums of 2016

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 -

Giveaway: Win a 3-Month Subscription to “Vinyl Me, Please”

Vinyl Me, Please

Vinyl Me, Please is the best damn record club out there! Each month they send exclusive pressings of amazing albums and every record comes with an original 12” x 12” album-inspired art print, a custom cocktail pairing, exclusive downloads, and more. Courtesy of Vinyl Me, Please, we're contesting a 3-month

Album of the Day: “Across Oceans”

Laurelle & Alexander

Across Oceans by Laurelle & Alexander Laurelle & Alexander release their electronically blissful debut record Across Oceans today. You can listen to the album in the "teaser" below. And if you fancy what you hear, Across Oceans is available for purchase on iTunes and the duo's website. Enjoy! Band Links: Getting Cozy With

Paper Lions: Concert Review!

Paper Lions

Paper Lions // The Rivoli // 20. 08. 13 To celebrate the release of their album My Friends, Paper Lions threw a party for itself at the Rivoli last Tuesday, August 20. The party featured the bands Triple Arcade, Tyler Kyte (and the Nice Guys), and The Elwins, before the band

Paper Lions // Ticket Giveaway

Paper Lions

In celebration of Paper Lions' new album My Friends, the band are touring across North America! The album release show will take place on August 20th at The Rivoli in Toronto. Lucky enough for all of the Paper Lions fans out there, AMBY is giving away two tickets to the

Gimme Your Answers: An Interview w/ Atlas Genius

Australia's Atlas Genius are taking the indie rock scene into their own hands. With their album When It Was Now released last week, we couldn't have been more delighted to interview this brilliant band. So while on tour with Imagine Dragons, Atlas Genius' lead vocalist Keith Jeffery graciously took the