Brooklyn’s dark indie folk duo White colored Magic features singer/guitarist/pianist Mira Billotte and guitarist Doug Shaw. Ahead of White colored Magic, Billotte performed in Quix*o*tic with her sister Christina (also of Slant 6); the initial version from the music group also included drummer/bassist Miggy Littleton, also of Ida, and guitarist/drummer Andy Macleod from California Speedway. The music group played in NY for two years and made an appearance around the United Bamboo collection before Pull City authorized them in 2003. That springtime, White Magic performed the All Tomorrow’s Celebrations festival and released their debut EP, Through sunlight Door. In 2005, Billotte performed a few displays as White colored Magic, accompanied just by guitarist Shaw, which became the band’s long term lineup. The group also made an appearance on a Compact disc sampler sponsored by Tylenol that 12 months. Billotte and Shaw started recording White colored Magic’s debut recording in 2005 aswell, collaborating with Gang Gang Dance’s Tim DeWitt — who used the music group sometimes in its first days — and also other music artists for a far more eclectic, split audio than before. The outcomes, Dat Rosa Mel Apibus, found its way to fall 2006, accompanied by the Dark Celebrities EP, which presented DeWitt in addition to Dirty Three drummer Jim Light, in 2007. That season, Light Magic also added a edition of “WHEN I WENT One Morning” towards the soundtrack towards the Bob Dylan biopic I’m Not really There, along with a live record, New Egypt, documented for Southern Information’ Latitudes series.