"A subtle, refreshing twist on pop music." Pigeons and Planes
"intimate harmonies and hushed synths harness tales of unrequited love" The Telegraph
"bursting with an upbeat pop sound and heavenly Eastern melodies" Wonderland Magazine
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Inside a Redwood tree off the coast of California; within a tunnel by Snoqualmie Pass; on an airstrip in Marble, Colorado; in a wild daisy field near Crested Butte—these are just a few of the places Los Angeles trio, Magic Giant, recorded its debut album, aptly titled, In the Wind (Washington Square/Razor & Tie). Austin Bisnow (lead vocals), Zambricki Li (banjo, violin, harmonica), and Zang (acoustic guitar, cello) welcomed nature into the fold as their unofficial fourth member. “It was fate,” recalls Zambricki.
I’ll have what she’s having. (Omg it’s WILD CHILEAN SEA BASS...pan sautéed with herbed ricotta gnudi and brown butt… https://t.co/81BHf9Vqub
Jack Bennett's story starts like may others, finding himself in a band that had plateaued, the members decided to go their separate ways. The creative instincts still ran course through the veins.
The Danish girl with the bruised knees jumping down from stage swinging the chord of the microphone like a whip while she sings as much of sex and drugs as emotions and far away places. At times it can seem like the Danish singer Lydmor is everywhere at once. One moment she is standing on the top of a bar in a venue in Sao Paolo singing her heart out while the beat is pumping over her sweaty dancing audience.