AMPed Show #536
Lilly Wolf is an indie electro pop duo out of Brooklyn, NY. They released a ten track album titled Deleted Scenes in September of 2015. “Wasteland” is from that album.
Growing up in Connecticut, Lazer Lloyd’s musical skills were honed in the rock music clubs of the eastern seaboard.
He is influenced by blues, gospel, southern rock, and the great guitar traditions of power and groove from Hendrix to Wes Montgomery.
In 1994, Lloyd took his life and music to Israel, where he became a trailblazer as he wrote and performed his own songs in a country where blues and blues rock were an exotic delight.
This has possibly one of the longest titles ever. They do have some other great track titles, such as “You Eat Houmous, Of Course You Listen To Genesis” their first single, off their second album Droids, which this track is from as well. They are a three piece from Liverpool, and they’re recording their third album at the moment.
Taking its name from an Arab Strap song – One Day, After School… is the work of Dean Freeman, a musician and writer hailing from Wakefield in the UK. Donations toward his newest single Somasphere, found over at the Bandcamp link below, go towards aiding Leeds Mind, a mental health charity.
The single Somasphere, a three song release, was issued by Philophobia Music earlier this year in late January.
Hailing from York in the North of England, Jokers Rage have a new single out called Bounce. They opened Fridays Music on Hammerfest last week to a great response.
Hailing from Manchester, this outfit have been filling local venues of late with great psych-rock-pop tunes.
Their EP is set to launch on the 8th April, so this track is just in time.