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I thought Sic Alps were one of those acts - a la Coachwhips - beer soaked fumblings from beyond the garage rock pale, with band members flailing about and falling over themselves and snotty almost sneering vocals. In fact I was so so wrong. Sic Alps are in fact a slacker band by nature, with a lo-fi sound that shambles past you with a nod and then disappears into a haze of bong smoke. It sounds ...

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Breadhead by Sic Alps
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8/10 Dave Staff review, 01 September 2011

I thought Sic Alps were one of those acts - a la Coachwhips - beer soaked fumblings from beyond the garage rock pale, with band members flailing about and falling over themselves and snotty almost sneering vocals. In fact I was so so wrong. Sic Alps are in fact a slacker band by nature, with a lo-fi sound that shambles past you with a nod and then disappears into a haze of bong smoke. It sounds like a great tune this one. It's quite melodic and proper understated. It sounds like it was recorded in the most lo-fi studio, but the tunes on this 7" are so good you can get past that and proceed directly to Slacker Parkway. Norman Records understands that the single has many quality lo-fi all stars on it (Ty Segal, John Dwyer to name but two) and they are in the process of negotiating a new contract. A steady away single that shambles along nicely and doesn't outstay its welcome...


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