Zambricki Li is a songwriter, mulit-Instrumentalist, and founding member of the band Magic Giant. His songs have been featured in film(Paper Heart 2010) as well as commercials and cartoons. A master of the strings he is self-taught on cello, violin, viola mandolin, banjo, guitar, lap steel, dobro and harmonica.
It all started with a crash and a bang. As an early teen Zambricki woke up in the hospital in a daze after being hit by a car on his teenage bicycle. His suffered a brain hemorrhage and he was in a coma for several days. After returning home he picked up a friends violin and taught himself how to play in a matter of hours. Never looking back Zambricki began exploring composition, songwriting, and audio production from an early age.
With angels tugging at his shirt sleeves he criss-crossed his way across
the States since his teens- getting his first break as a songwriter in
With Magic Giant his recurring themes of lost love, of life moving on before you've had a chance to say your farewells; have been balanced and fueled with the pop sensibilities and songwriting styles of his collaborators Austin Bisnow and Brian Zaghi. Founded in 2014, Magic Giant has been on a mission to move bodies and souls. The group kicked off 2015 with a performance on KEXP hosted by John Richards (credited for discovering The Lumineers’ “Ho Hey”). They have since been featured on Spotify’s New Music Tuesday, Billboard for ‘Artist on the Verge,’ and NPR’s Songs We Love, which proclaimed, “This L.A. indie-folk band has a summer festival anthem on its hands.”
Magic Giant continues to build a reputation for its sing-alongs, blending organic instruments with big drums and electronic beats.