Interview by Alicia Atout | @AliciaAtout
While touring through Toronto with Dashboard Confessional in support of their latest record release Beauty Community, I met up with my buddies in The Elwins to catch up and discuss the fantastic new album! Dive into our conversation to learn more as we discuss karaoke
Taking place on July 28th to 30th in Oro-Medonte, one of AMBY's favourite music festivals is back with a stellar line-up: WayHome. One of the things I love most about this festival (aside from its positive vibes, hosting interviews with the bands performing, and the amazing team I get to
On Tuesday, AMBY introduced our viewers to a four-part segment we're running with our friends in indie-rock band Modern Space. The segment is a charming documentary of their recent tour which takes fan behind the scenes into the fun moments which happen on the road.
Alike last time, to learn more
It feels like AMBY goes way back with Toronto rock group Modern Space. Although a relatively new band, we had the pleasure of being their first-ever video interview last summer when they opened for The Vaccines at The Opera House. Today we're pleased to host some exclusive tour videos from
The first time I ever heard Hungry Lake’s debut album, ‘The Overpass’, I knew I had to learn more about the band who describe themselves as “Fuzzy Wuzzy Was A Bear Who Played Spacey Garagey Folky Melodies”. I hunted down their contact info and a few weeks later I got
It’s November in Toronto and obviously pretty cold outside, but even the threat of winter itself cannot stop the concert-goers in this city. Tonight I’m going to see Friends of Foes on their Eastern Canadian tour. Supporting them will be Hungry Lake, Alma Cassels and Noble Oak, all from Toronto.
AMBY was delighted to catch up with The Dirty Nil during their stop at Riot Fest Toronto. Before catching them on their 2015 Fall Tour (see dates here), fans can learn more about the band in our rainy exclusive interview as we discuss cities they love, intense and drunk moments,
We are The Honest Heart Collective, from Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Thunder Bay is a small city of just over 100,000 people smack in the middle of Canada. We love our hometown and the support it’s given us right from day one. There’s something about our local music scene that helps produce great bands.
We are thrilled to introduce our fabulous readers (that's you!) to Canadian alternative-rock group Crossley Hunter. Comprised of Justin Hammond, Michelle Meesters, Stephen Bonnett, and Jason Meesters, the Canadian foursome released their first full-length self-titled record on August 7th via Blacktop Records.
Taken from the debut, we're pleased to premiere Stomp
“Finding balance is an art in itself, but as we move forward as people, musicians and Valley, we will always remember to look at the big picture and put every challenge and triumph in perspective.” - Valley
As music enthusiasts we discover new musicians quite frequently, but I especially love discovering