Magic Trick may be the ’60s psychedelia and ’70s folk-influenced music group led by the new & Onlys’ frontman, Tim Cohen. The group started in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA as Cohen’s single outlet between Clean & Onlys tour schedules, which yielded the albums BOTH Edges of Tim Cohen, Have fun Monitors, and Tim Cohen’s Magic Technique between 2009 and 2011. When it emerged time for you to play the music live, Cohen tapped Adam Kim (Kelley Stoltz), Alicia Vanden Heuvel (Aislers Established), and Noelle Cahill, with Magic Technique eventually morphing right into a full-time music group. The first public Magic Trick discharge, The Glad Delivery of Love, appeared on the Clear Cellar label in 2011, offering four long-form compositions infused with Cohen’s stunning lyrical imagery and noises which range from acoustic blues to thick ragas to lush harmonies. It had been followed afterwards that year with the Poor Bloodstream EP for Captured Monitors. Magic Technique jumped towards the Barely Artwork label in 2012, providing sophomore record Ruler of the night time that June, and past due in 2013, the project’s third record, River of Souls, appeared back on Clear Cellar. A far more experimental outing released as two over-15-minute monitors, Half Man Fifty percent Machine implemented in 2015 via Religious Pajamas, with Various other Man’s Blues reuniting them with Clear Cellar a calendar year later.