Following the release of double A-Side single Stay Close, I caught up with Zach Lount, Joe Martin, James Basile and Alex Townsley aka York indie rockers King No-One to chat about the new single, being frustrated child geniuses, and what 2016 has in store for the band.
AMBY: King No- One
In anticipation of their recently released fourth record The Black, Asking Alexandria toured through “the coldest place in the fucking world”, Toronto, Canada. Ahead of their concert with Bullet for My Valentine and the album’s release, AMBY had the pleasure of conducting an exclusive interview with Asking Alexandria’s frontman Denis
Haxby Swango are many things. Producers? Yes. Vocalists? Instant hit makers? Absolutely. After familiarizing ourselves with the York newcomers, it was clear to see that the electronica duo are masters of flawlessly combing elements of electronica, hip hop, house, and rock to create a genre all of their own: something
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Hello, my name is Daniel Fox, I'm 19 years old and like to think of myself as a "songwriter who likes to sing". My influences are quite broad, from Australian indie acts like Angus And Julia Stone to more commercial artists like Ed Sheeran and Ben Howard, however I like
The music world is ready for another southern hemisphere heroine. But heir apparent Courtney Barnett has her feet firmly on the ground. She's happy meeting with fans at The Duchess in York before popping off for a pre-gig bite to eat and I sense if the crowd followed her she'd
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