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Magic Bronson just keeps getting better and better

Magic Bronson just keeps getting better and better. And it’s no secret that they have become quite prolific at crossing over genre’s musically illusive boundaries. With their latest offering, Surfin, the multi-talented duo take spacey balladic-synth driven melodies and intertwine them with grungy indie rock and bass elements. The lyrics paint a grey-mattered ocean of waves that the band effortlessly surfs just for kicks.

That’s right folks. It’s time for some music you may have missed. And this time it’s the July 2nd release of Magic Bronson‘s Surfin. If you haven’t checked it out yet, it’s available now on all major platforms.

Just in case you’re not familiar with Magic Bronson, the Los Angeles based collaboration of Matt Lieberman (bass, synths) and Michael Nicastro (vocals, synths, production) have been spearheading music trends for nearly a decade. Their sensational and experimental melodies started when the two met in a bar in 2012. Matt and Michale say they want their music to channel that anxious unnerving energy we all feel, and then lift us to a place of ultimate solace.

The Band is also know for it intense live shows. In fact, not so long ago, L.A. audiences had to line-up outside the Troubadour, The Echo, or the Satellite just to see these two tear it up on stage. I’m sure that waiting for the day we get to see them tear it up again is quite unbearable for many SoCal fans. But hopefully, the wait will be over soon!

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Check out everything Magic Bronson on their website. And connect with the band on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube

Find Surfin on our New Rock 2020 playlist!

W. Chris Brown
the authorW. Chris Brown
Reviewer & Playlister
W. Chris Brown (aka reemus, aka cosmicsurivor, aka just plain ol' Chris) is the former bandmate of several projects during his time as a guitarist, singer/songwriter, beat sampler and general what-ever-you need guy. Growing up a U.S. military brat, Chris spent most of his adolescence on the road. He's lived in Japan, Germany, Norway, Honduras, and of course the United States. He has a degree in Film and Media Studies from ASU and founded songs4change - a place for music in 2011.

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