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Celebrating an eminent West coast tour together, Sic Alps and Magik Markers unite forces for a super split 12" featuring three tracks from each group. Magik Markers are in full on guru psyche rock mode here with plodding bass lines and loose drums accompanied by sprawling, spaced out guitar solos. Opener 'The Diamond Guitar of Tico Feo' is the most convincing but all three tracks work in harm ...

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9/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 18 December 2009
Celebrating an eminent West coast tour together, Sic Alps and Magik Markers unite forces for a super split 12" featuring three tracks from each group. Magik Markers are in full on guru psyche rock mode here with plodding bass lines and loose drums accompanied by sprawling, spaced out guitar solos. Opener 'The Diamond Guitar of Tico Feo' is the most convincing but all three tracks work in harmony with each other, suggesting one large jam. Total woodstock generation psychedelia seems to be the sound of choice at the moment and Magik Markers do it better than most. Sic Alps, assisted Lars Finberg (Intelligence) and Ty Segall, knock out three tracks of aggressively noisy, oddly arranged and rather sluggish lo-fi noise fun. Embracing the discordant in the hope of finding strange and new melodies, Sic Alps chuck all sorts into the mix here. 'Long Cheveux' comes across as the strongest of tracks due to it's driving psychedelic garage rock feel, awesome vocal and all out freeform guitar solos. Wish they we're touring our West coast.

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