Interview by Alicia Atout | @AliciaAtout
While touring through Toronto in support of their latest record release Spitting Image, I had the pleasure of meeting and hosting an interview with The Strypes! These Irish rock 'n' rollers and I have known each other for a while now, so it was such
The Academic have quickly secured themselves as a favourite to many, and in just under a year have attracted an even strong following of many dedicated fans alongside making serious moves in the music industry. Consisting of brothers Matt and Stephen Murtagh (lead and bass guitars), Dean Gavin (percussions) and
Slacker-wave fivesome Beach are delivering some of our favourite head-bopping grooves as of late. Hailing from Dublin, the band are back after a one year hiatus with their b-side Moon Smoke which was released on November 2nd, and their new single entitled Arabia which we are pleased to premiere the
The Strypes are back and so am I (after 7 months, I'm back writing at AMBY). Their new sound reminds me a lot of the indie scene like Arctic Monkeys and The Fratellis. Alike those two bands, The Strypes are rocking it at the moment.
The four piece from Cavan, Ireland
About eight years ago I heard For the Widows in Paradise, For the Fatherless in Ypsilanti for the first time in an episode of the O.C. After the episode had finished, I Googled the song and discovered Sufjan Stevens and I was in love. Eight years later, and I am
We are Heroes In Hiding, four strapping young(ish) fellas from Ireland who love to play tunes! We've been playing together under different guises for many years now but we feel with our new EP, Decorated Absence, we have finally found our sound. The EP blends our love of mellow folk artists like
Soak, known more commonly as Bridie Monds-Watson to her friends and family back home in Derry, Northern Ireland, released her debut solo album ‘Before We Forgot How to Dream’ back in May. The 14 track album delves deeply into the singer song writer’s personal life, shedding light on an array
While enjoying our time in the sun at Barn on the Farm Festival in Gloucestershire, we met up with AMBY favourites The Academic. Enjoy our exclusive interview below as we discuss varied sports skill levels, loving film, their debut EP, and more.
AMBY: We are here at Barn on the Farm
With their signature lush harmonies and clever lyricism, indie-pop group Raglans released their self-titled album back in March. Comprised of Stephen Kelly, Conn O' Ruanaidh, Rhos Horan, and Sean O'Brien, this Irish quartet recently took the time to speak with A Music Blog, Yea?. Dive into our conversation below as
With his new EP Ain't No Money out July 20th (via Grey Sky Records) and the recent announcement that he will be supporting Sam Smith on his upcoming UK Tour this Autumn, the rest of 2014 is looking to be rather bright for Irish singer-songwriter Daniel James. In the middle