Captured completely live without any over-dubs; the result is a powerful and natural forty minute cycle in album form. Layered desert guitars emerge then disappear, primitive rhythms echo around ancient vocal chants and dark electric grooves lead the journey through a desert of unexpected peaks, valleys, and micro-songs. Their lengthy cinematic approach recalls Godspeed You Black Emperor! with the expressive freedom and abandon of Soft Machine and hometown heroes The Art Ensemble of Chicago.
"Spacious excursions that touch on post-rock, prog, and avant jazz..."
-All Music Guide
“Dual Horizon” is a sweeping psychedelic masterpiece."
"40 minutes of epic psychedelic dirge...an exercise in sustained delirium."
-Time Out Chicago
"Moody psych impressions"
"Mako Sica maintains a strong balance of abilities — with a brooding combination of jangly guitars, reverberated vociferation, and instrumental dynamics."
"These guys look like Truckers"
"Take the fluid movements of early Tortoise, add some of the occult fetishes from New Weird America bands, and you’re on the right track."
-The Decibal Tolls
released February 23, 2010
Michael J. Kendrick- Percussion
Przemyslaw Krys Drazek- Guitar, Trumpet
Brent J. Fuscaldo- Voice, Guitar
Todd Rittman and Jim Zespy at Logan Hardware, Chicago, IL