While through Toronto for Canadian Music Week, the rock n' rollers from Alberta sextet The Wet Secrets took the time to have a hilarious chat with AMBY. Learn more about the band in our video as we discuss pinball bars, hair flipping, getting naked on the highway, and chest waxing.
There are a ton of concerts we can't wait to cover this month in Edmonton. Here are my top 4 - see where they're playing and give the artists a listen below!
Yukon Blonde: February 13
Yukon Blonde is an indie rock band from Vancouver and their tour is to promote the
I can never decide what’s better: Purity Ring or free concerts. But on June 13th, with the glowing glass pyramid of City Hall as a backdrop, internationally renowned and Edmonton-bred synth-pop duo Purity Ring turned Churchill Square into a jubilant dance party on a cool and cloudy Saturday night -
I’ve been sitting at my computer for the past hour attempting to put into words just how great Kodaline’s gig was the other night. No matter how much I type, it never seems to give this Irish four-piece enough justice. But I guess no matter what I type it would
Rock and roll dance band The Wet Secrets are mysterious, ferocious, along with industrious. And no, I'm not just spewing out my own opinion on the band here; these descriptions are taken right from the Alberta five-piece. Intrigued to learn more? Have a read at our new interview with The
Electric. Engaging. Full of energy. And no, I’m not talking about some loopy kindergarten teacher. I’m referring to the band The 1975; consisting of members Matt Healy (vocals and guitar), Adam Hann (Guitar), George Daniel (Drums), and Ross Macdonald (Bass). These boys are from Manchester, are known for their alternative/indie
BMBSHL is the music project of Brenna MacQuarrie, an Edmonton-based electronic-soul artist combing subtle hints of R&B with layered synths to define her own sound. BMBSHL is scheduled to release her first album on April 24th, and play an album release party on the day of its release with Kris
Are you in the mood for some garage-rock with psychedelic fuzz? Meet Betrayers. The Edmonton quintet released their debut album Let the Good Times Die last month, and have a couple video projects planned for Spring of this year. In the meantime, we're running their "flowery" song Spinnin' Wheel as our Song
Victoria/Edmonton duo Zerbin (Jason Zerbin and Peter Mol) are currently on their National Tour through Canada. The band's latest alternative-pop single Take Your Heart instantly caught our attention, and with the release of their new EP Touch (out on October 29th), we were intrigued to ask them some questions! Have