Mystery Jets are one of those bands who can give fans a sense of belonging. Growing up, they were my favourite band, and that fact hasn’t changed in the past eight years. Mystery Jets are to be admired for their flawless songwriting talents and endless amount of musical genius which
The British, Alt-J, are like nothing else. Honestly, you’ve heard nothing like them before, unless you’ve listened to the four piece make a magical collage of classical Gregorian chant, hip hop drum beats and prehistoric melodies on stage. We sat down with Gwil before their show at the Commadore Ballroom
AMBY's heard so many amazing stories about their concerts, and have been wanting to see them for a very long time. It's no secret that The Pigeon Detectives are known to put on an amazing show. So to not only bring ourselves to a Pigeon Detectives gig, but also their
When my friend Tyrone told me he was doing some artwork of Dave Grohl, I was anticipating something great. I've known this kid for a decade now and his art is always bangin'. So when he showed up to school today and had me look at this, I was seriously
Recently, I've been listening to a whole lot of Maccabees. This band is amazing, and with each album's release, they only get better. So their music inspired me to do this sketch.
For a Song Review of The Maccabees' Wall of Arms, click here.
After AMBY's interview with TRANSFER, we just had to do something else with this talented group. Having such a loyal fanbase, AMBY wanted to bring fans into the live world of TRANSFER. So we spoke with the band's Andy Ridley to find out what his favourite fab gigs are!
Bloodshake by PEACE
Summer is without a shadow of a doubt, the best season of the year. I don’t mean to sound like a cheesy teenager from a Los Angeles based film revolving around the lives of four best friends in high school but it’s the truth. Although it’s expected to
With the year coming to an end, many people have been naming their favourite albums of 2012. Alt-J's An Awesome Wave is definitely one of my top albums of the year. Inspired by the awesome cover, I decided to express my love for the album by drawing it.
For an interview
Check out this FAN-tastic memento!
Our lovely autographed Kasabian 2011/2012 Official Velociraptor tour programme! For photos of Kasabian playing Sugar Beach in Toronto, click here. And for a wicked Kasabian sketch, click here.
An Interview with Ed Nash of Bombay Bicycle Club!
Whether they have you harmonizing along with Jack's infectious vocals in Leaving Blues, dancing around to Ed's distinct and droppy bass playing in Beg, thrusting your hand in the air every time Suren double-hits the crash symbol in What You Want or