Gimme Your Answers: An Interview w/ Sublime

While in Toronto as part of their North American tour, AMBY had the pleasure of sitting down with Rome Ramirez, one third of reggae-rock group Sublime with Rome. In our exclusive interview, we discuss dealing with tour hiccups, anthemic live songs, and rad old school production. Enjoy our chat below! AMBY:

Gimme Your Answers: An Interview w/ Nine Black Alps

Nine Black Alps

In October of 2012, Manchester alternative-rockers Nine Black Alps returned with their fourth album Sirens after a three year wait. Flash forward to 2014, the quartet will soon release their fifth studio record Candy For The Clowns on April 21st.  Dive into our new interview below as A Music Blog, Yea?

Gimme Your Answers 2: An Interview w/ The Pack A.D.

The Pack AD

With the recent influx of two pieces it is becoming increasingly difficult to stand out. Vancouver band The Pack A.D, however, are having no such trouble. Consisting of Becky Black (guitar, vocals) and Maya Miller (drums, punch lines) they have extensively toured Canada and the US playing their own take

Gimme Your Answers: An Interview w/ William Freeman

William Freeman

Scotland's William Freeman is a stunning songwriter and has a voice as genuine as his lyrics-- and that's why we love William. With summer in the air and William's music by your side, you simply can't go wrong. AMBY had a chat with William about an upcoming EP, creating new

Getting Cozy With… William Freeman

Hi, My names William Freeman, I’m 19 years old and live in Glasgow. I am a solo singer/songwriter and play/write acoustic and folk music. If I had to describe it, I would say it’s soft chords, throw in some picking then lay some heart-felt lyrics over both of them. I

Gimme Your Answers: An Interview w/ The Pack A.D.

The Pack A.D. are an uncontainable force of energy that can't be stopped. The duo consisting of Maya and Becky have been bringing their brand of ass-kicking to the masses. None is more evident than on their latest album Unpersons! We had some questions that we just had to ask them,