Welcome to a new In the Loop! 2016 has been an amazing year for music. Today I'm going to let you know my thirty favourite songs of the year, featuring everything from Dua Lipa to Twin Peaks to The Hunna. Throw on your favourite headphones to indulge in the music
As a music website, we see our fair share of artists' Instagram accounts. Below are a few of our favourites, spanning from indie-rock geniuses The Maccabees to disco-dance creators Saint Motel. Find their Instagram handles below, along with our Spotify Playlist which features all of these great acts. And be
Welcome to AMBY's fourth interview with indie-pop Toronto babes The Beaches! While hanging out with our friends in The Beaches ahead of their show with K.I.D, we thought it was the perfect time to catch up with the band right before the holidays. Dive into our unedited (because it's hilarious)
At AMBY, one of our main focuses is to showcase emerging artists and introduce our readers to their new favourite bands. That's why we love Twisterella Festival so much. A fresh addition to the festival scene -- this marks the second year -- the Middlesbrough's multi-venue music festival features the
Liverpool's Arts Club hosted the return of X & Y Festival this year, showcasing more local talent alongside some top class acts. Boasting a line up with the likes of Hudson Taylor, Amber Run, The Hummingbirds, and Fickle Friends, an eclectic mix of music graced the two stages inside the
In Order: James Bay, Little Comets, Jack Garratt, Rhodes, Sunset Sons, Rag'n'Bone Man, Model Aeroplanes, Cash+David, Dan Owen, Flo Morrissey
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You only need one good reason to head over to Leeds on Saturday as Live At Leeds descends on the city for another year. With access to 200 artists playing across 20 different venues (all accessible with just one wristband), Leeds is definitely the place to be this bank holiday
The acoustic powers of Ross Mitchell created a mellow and cheerful vibe throughout the crowd. His cover of The 1975's Sex in particular, got people involved as well as his others such as Paper Planes that followed a more upbeat pattern, or as he described it as, 'fancy'.