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AMPed Show #541



AMPed hosted this week by Ro of DarkCompass

  1. Summertime

    Submited by Ro of DarkCompass

    Ships have Sailed are Will Carpenter on Guitar and Vocals and Dan Hange on Bass.
    Their Album Moodswings, is out now, and a new one is out in May

  2. Can See The Daylight
    by Dubcon

    Submited by Ro of DarkCompass

    From Pennsylvania, Dubcon are wilight circus meets Cevin Key, a two piece collaboration making interesting Dub.
    They are on Metropolis Records, and The album “Martian Dub Beacon” is out now.

  3. Mountain bound

    Submited by Ro of DarkCompass

    Not much is known about Little Light, but the new album “A Wolf with A Wish” is a belter, available on Bandcamp

  4. Win Me Over
    by Mellor

    Submited by Ro of Made In The UK Show

    Mellor are from Reading, blending 50s and 60s rock influences with britpop.
    Their new EP Damage/Joy is out now on iTunes and Spotify

  5. Submited by Ro of DarkCompass

    EBM One Piece Romantic Industry are a bit of an enigma.

  6. Better

    Submited by Ro of DarkCompass

    Better is The New Single from Reverb soaked Shoe Gaze Band No Kill from Brooklyn.

  7. Breaking up

    Submited by Stuart Morrison of Insomnia Radio

    Los Angeles indie rock band MASSAGE released their promising four song debut via the “Lydia EP” this past February 16th. Today’s feature “Breaking Up” is the lead-off track, an exceptional song bookending the songs along with our other favorite and the EP’s namesake, “Lydia“.

  8. Neighbourhoods

    Submited by Stuart Morrison of Insomnia Radio

    Aussies stranded in Manchester, FAIRCHILD have returned in denim-clad vengeance with their fresh single Neighbourhoods – a gristly, trailblazing throwback to 1980s new wave and dance-rock. The track was produced by friend and collaborator Catherine Marks (Foals, The Killers, Wolf Alice), who facilitated the band in throwing caution to the wind and letting their freak flag fly with pure sawtooth riffage, soaring guitar solos and sensual vocals

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