Hello to the good people at, and readers of AMBY?. We're really pleased and humbled to have our debut single featured on the blog, thanks for checking it out! We are 3 piece band Polar Maps from The Isle of Wight, England. They discovered the Iguanodon here, don't you know! Oh
Los Angeles-based artist Zella Day recently released her new single 1965. Following the stream of her debut Sweet Ophelia, Zella Day unveiled the raw and edgy b-side three days ago. 1965 releases both digitally and on limited edition 7" clear vinyl on April 7th, 2014 (via B3SCI Records). Pre-order the
Elephant presents itself as the second single from Bird To Beast's self-titled debut album. The married folk duo (comprised of Sam and Hannah Hird) officially release Elephant on MUK Records via all digital stores from March 17th. To start the morning off right, feast your ears on this psychedelic doo-wop
Glasgow's The Fratellis return with their exhilarating brand-new single She's Not Gone Yet But She's Leaving. Released on February 3rd, the song is taken from the trio's new Top 20 album We Need Medicine. Aside from their official lyric video, The Fratellis now premiere an exclusive in-studio live performance of
Earlier this week Toronto folk-pop songstress Sharon Nutzati dropped her latest acoustic single People. The song is taken from her upcoming debut album Beautiful Things (out May 6th). Listen to the track below, and be sure to take a second to download it here. Artist Links: Facebook // Twitter // [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/130751506" params="color=00aabb&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_artwork=true" width="100%"
Brooklyn, New York dark-pop duo Weeknight just announced the release of their debut album Post-Everything. The band have released their addictive synth-drenched single Dark Light to give fans a taste of what's to come. Listen to the track below, and be sure to catch Weeknight at the Mercury Lounge on
Dublin's The Boxing Plot released a brand-new video for their latest single Heidecker on Sunday. The quartet, comprised of Harry Ó Cléirigh, Oscar Leonard, Maurice Healy, and Oliver Kelly, are playing at The Grand Social this Friday to celebrate the song's release (tickets). You can listen to the track below