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“Having built a reputation for their infectious and upbeat sound, blending folk instruments (banjo, fiddle, harmonica) with big drums and dance rhythms, the band leaves a lasting impression on listeners.” – Paste

“A boot-stomping, banjo-toting collective delivering boho-chic pop hooks somewhere between the Avett Brothers and the Chemical Brothers.” – Rolling Stone

“The band blends folk and pop in equal doses, creating killer harmonies, intriguing instrumental accompaniment, literally using any instrument they happen to find, including drums, banjo, trumpet, saxophone, harmonica, synthesizers, electric bass, cello, viola, violin, dobro, lap steel, mandolin, and more. Their sound is huge and features melodies that soar to majestic heights, and the way the album was created has a lot to do with that.” –Popmatters

“What a unique sound—oh my gosh!” – Kathie Lee Gifford, Today Show

“The energy they bring to the stage is invigorating and infectious” – Pancakes and Whiskey​

Named by Rolling Stone as one of the 10 “Artists You Need to Know,” Los Angeles‐based MAGIC GIANT is
igniting packed crowds at every stop of its nationwide tour. The trio, comprised of Austin Bisnow (lead
vocals), Zambricki Li (viola, banjo, harmonica), and Zang (acoustic guitar, cello) released its debut album, In the Wind, this past May. The band’s initial single “Set on Fire” broke the Top 25 on Billboard’s US Alternative chart and their current single “Window” has just debuted on the Hot AC Top 50.

With an appearance on the Today Show as their “Artist of the Month,” the band has toured with artists
such as The Revivalists, Atlas Genius, and Mike Posner, and played festivals ranging from Firefly in
Delaware to Electric Forest in Michigan. DuJour dubbed Magic Giant “the most festive band in the
festival circuit… quickly becoming a must‐see with their buzzy energy and upbeat sound.”

In The Wind (Washington Square/Razor & Tie) threads together a musical cartography of alternative,
pop, and folk, including orchestral drums, banjo, harmonica, synths, strings, and horns. The album was
recorded in their solar‐powered mobile recording studio while they traveled throughout the US.
Billboard claimed, “With a joyful live show the band is inspiring mass dance‐alongs” and NPR said the
band “…captures the energy and spirit of the past few waves of upbeat, passionate indie‐folk.”


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