Artist: A.M.P. Studio
Format: 7" Single
Catalogue Number: AMY001
Year of Release: 1997
A.M.P. Studio is a side project of AMP's Richard Walker (AMP as a band still going strong by the way, more here, although the side-projects seem to have dried up around 1999) who's previous time in a band with Dave Pearce of Flying Saucer Attack is evident on the A-side Slip, although without the heavy feedback associated with some FSA releases.
What is either effected-guitar or synthesiser washes to and fro, with some echoed bass notes, and vocals over the top that are quiet enough so that you know they are there, but not what he's singing about. It's nice enough, neither such a great thing I'd recommend it to all and sundry, nor rubbish enough to make me want you to snap your copy in two or turn it into an ashtray.
The B-side (he says, holding no truck with this AA nonsense) could have been an outtake from Brian Eno's On Land. It's like the A-side, only twice as long, and without the vocal bits.