LA-based band Magic Bronson's new album Wildlife is available now via War Cry Records. Drawing on a large cache of influences and genres that vary from the pounding kick drum of hip-hop to the fuzzed-out bass of punk rock, Magic Bronson bridges the gap with a fresh sound. Between Matthew Lieberman’s live bass and Michael Nicastro’s expressive, raspy, and sexy voice, Magic Bronson creates a sound that stands out amongst today’s garden-variety dance and electronic music.
"People always seem to ask us what we would label ourselves as. We really do fuse a lot of styles together," Lieberman explains. "I don't mind if people call us one or the other, but I do like that people have a hard time putting a finger on exactly what or who we sound like."
Front man Michael Nicastro is a commanding presence at 6' 6”; with long hair whipping across his face, Nicastro is constantly in motion with his unwavering energy fueling the audience’s frenzy. You’ll find Nicastro banging an electronic drum kit, looping effects, and singing his heart out through an array of reverb, delay, and echo.
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