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Three tracks, Thirty-five minutes. This session contains three frantic pieces of primitive expressionism from the noise-rockers. This album portrays the intensity of their live shows. Pressing of 1000, 200 on clear vinyl, 800 on black. 180gm.
The Magik Markers are a noise-rock band who feed directly from the influence of No-Wave and elements of improvisation. The band hail from Hartford, Connecticut USA, and Elisa Ambrogio, Leah Quimby and Pete Nolan have had two releases of inventory guitar distortion. The first, I Trust My Guitar was released on Thurston Moore's Ecstatic Peace label in 2005 and then a full length CD, A Panegyric To The Things I Do Not Understand was released in 2006.
Volodor Dance, recorded for Latitudes, contains four frantic pieces of primitive expressionism which were recorded live to tape, no overdubs, no re-takes. Three of the songs are deeply instinctive and rattle and holler along the free rock tradition, the fourth is an energetic assault on a three chord punk rawk song, all in all the session was a total success, with the engineer bottling the explosive spirit of the band's phenomenal live performance with skill. Words don't do justice to a band as important as this one and this session is the closest thing you'll hear to actually witnessing their frantic live show.
01. Pinkie Brown Goes To The Shore (The Hero of the Sea is a Hero of Death).
02. ::::::::::Bianary for Carey Loren.
03. Ab'R-AChad-Ab' Ra
Total Running Time: 35 mins
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