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The Amber Light

The Amber Light

The Amber Light


How to describe the music of THE AMBER LIGHT? Electrifyingly atmospherical, heavily strumming, dreamy and rapturous. Always manifold, sometimes accentuated with minimalistic, crackling fragile soundscapes, sometimes piling up to monumental walls of noise. A bit of art here, some pathos there. Alternative rock meets beat/psychedelic, meets post/emo/shoegazer blah blah blah… Or something like that! But then again, maybe it’s just pop music. Maybe you should listen to it and love it before losing Read more on Last.fm
How to describe the music of THE AMBER LIGHT? Electrifyingly atmospherical, heavily strumming, dreamy and rapturous. Always manifold, sometimes accentuated with minimalistic, crackling fragile soundscapes, sometimes piling up to monumental walls of noise. A bit of art here, some pathos there. Alternative rock meets beat/psychedelic, meets post/emo/shoegazer blah blah blah… Or something like that! But then again, maybe it’s just pop music. Maybe you should listen to it and love it before losing yourself in a never ending narcistic craze of definitions. The story of the band begins in the summer of 2001, when Louis Gabbiani, Jan Sydow and Rabin Dasgupta meet in their sleepy town to develop their first own songs. This is followed by the recording of their debut album "Goodbye to Dusk Farewell to Dawn" and of the EP "Stranger & Strangers".

Live performances take them to Germany, France, Poland, Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg, supporting bands like WIR SIND HELDEN, ARCHIVE and THE POSIES. Their second album, called "Play" was released at the end of April 2008. In May 2009, due to "personal and musical differences," the band announced the split up with their singer Louis. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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