Back to full calendar Event Info Event CalendarVenue InfoCrystal BallroomExplore the Crystal Blocks Sunday, July 23, 2017 Magic Giant Cedar Teeth Buy Tickets 7 p.m. doors, 8 p.m. show$12 advance, $15 day of showAll ages welcome Add to Calendar Magic Giant 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. "We were scheduled to play all these festivals-Electric Forest, Wanderlust, Lightning in a Bottle-that just so happened to be in really beautiful parts of the country." During Spring 2016, the boys bought a shuttle bus, converted it into a solar-powered mobile recording studio, added a California King on hydraulics, and fondly named her Queen Elizabeth. "There were spaces of time between shows where we could get creative," explains Zang. "Using the bus to power microphones, we recorded outside-literally In The Wind-across North America." "Living in the city, it's easy to forget how enchanting the road can be," Zang adds. "We recorded anywhere and everywhere. There were no ceilings or limits to what we could capture." Just before Magic Giant hit the road, their single "Set on Fire" began heating up. Independently released, it went from their studio to #4 on Spotify's US Viral 50, eventually amassing nearly 4 million streams in less than a year. It became a favorite on Los Angeles radio, hitting #1 on KROQ's Locals Only. It was after this success that the three-piece landed a deal with Washington Square. Billboard claimed, "With a joyful live show the band is inspiring mass dance-alongs," while NPR wrote, "Magic Giant captures the energy and spirit of the past few waves of upbeat, passionate indie-folk." Magic Giant represents the union of three distinct, dynamic, and diverse artistic voices. Since his childhood in Washington, D.C., Austin obsessively pursued his love of songwriting. He studied classical composition and then went on to write songs with artists ranging from John Legend to David Guetta. New Jersey native Zambricki got hit by a car in junior high, fell into a coma, and once he woke, miraculously learned violin in 4 days through a rare brain trauma reorganization now known as Acquired Savant Syndrome: "If I could go back, I'd throw myself in front of the car," Zambricki chuckles. Later on he began writing and one of his first songs was featured in the Sundance-awarded film Paper Heart. Born and raised in Los Angeles to Persian immigrants, Zang learned upright bass in grade school before picking up guitar and studying dance. He caught the attention of Austin and Zambricki when they came across online videos of him salsa dancing and were instantly hooked. The three are an unlikely match, but their magnetic chemistry can get any crowd moving, from a sold out show at the legendary Troubadour to a sunset music or yoga festival audience. The group has recently toured with bands such as Beats Antique, The Revivalists, and Mike Posner. In The Wind threads together a musical cartography of alternative, pop, and folk. The instrumentation includes (get ready...) orchestral drums, banjo, trumpet, saxophone, harmonica, synthesizers, electric bass, cello, viola, violin, dobro, lap steel, mandolin, and more as the musical and lyrical palettes prove equally vibrant. "We use whatever instruments are best for the song," says Austin. "Lyrically, when we get together to write," adds Zang, "it's different from what we would have imagined individually. That's the beauty of co-writing-we become one unique voice we may never have found on our own." The road eventually took the band to Atlanta, where they met up with producer Ben Allen to help glue the body of work together. Returning home to their converted 1940's bomb-shelter studio, The Bunker, Magic Giant put the finishing touches on their debut record. Austin leaves us with, "When people hear our music or experience a show, we want to bring out the most uninhibited version of themselves." Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/magicgiant?_rdr Cedar Teeth Cedar Teeth hails from the Cascade foothills, where the sound of saws cut through the Oregon woods and the lights of Portland set the western horizon aglow. The music of Cedar Teeth is shaped by the experience of living in this margin dividing the wilderness from the city. From the five members of the band emerges a fusion of guitars, banjo, keys and trombone, propelled by bass and drums, while vocal harmonies weave through the music. Their songs are thus sweeping and immersive, at turns rustically melodic, lyrically raw, and aggressive, as they explore the tensions of our time: love, loss, and destruction in a morally ambivalent landscape. Over the past five years, Cedar Teeth has steadily crafted a distinct sound and set out to bring together audiences and fellow musicians from Portland to Seattle. Starting off 2015 with a series of shows in Park City, Utah during Sundance Film Festival, Cedar Teeth has gone on to perform at major venues throughout the Pacific Northwest, like Seattle's Tractor Tavern, as well as festival sets at Cascadia Rainingman and Summer Meltdown, alongside bands like Greensky Bluegrass and Fruition. Songs from their debut album, Hoot, have since been licensed for television programming on PBS and film soundtracks in America and Europe. Heading into 2016, Cedar Teeth will soon return to the studio and record their sophomore album before hitting the road, to bring their brand of NW roots rock to audiences far beyond the Cascade foothills from where their music is born.Website:http://www.cedarteethband.comFacebook:http://www.facebook.com/cedarteethbandTwitter:https://twitter.com/CedarTeethBandInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/cedarteethband/Bandcamp:https://cedarteethband.bandcamp.com/ Upcoming Events Similar Events Upcoming Events at Lola's Room '80s Video Dance Attack - featuring VJ Kittyrox Friday, June 30 Lola's Room '80s Video Dance Attack - featuring VJ Kittyrox Friday, July 7 Lola's Room "Come As You Are" - 90s Dance Flashback Saturday, July 8 Lola's Room '80s Video Dance Attack - featuring VJ Kittyrox Friday, July 14 Lola's Room "Come As You Are" - 90s Dance Flashback Saturday, July 15 Lola's Room '80s Video Dance Attack - featuring VJ Kittyrox Friday, July 21 Lola's Room "Come As You Are" - 90s Dance Flashback Saturday, July 22 Lola's Room The Blasphemous Collaboration Series presents Wednesday, July 26 Lola's Room Similar Events at Lola's Room '80s Video Dance Attack - featuring VJ Kittyrox Friday, June 30 Lola's Room '80s Video Dance Attack - featuring VJ Kittyrox Friday, July 7 Lola's Room "Come As You Are" - 90s Dance Flashback Saturday, July 8 Lola's Room '80s Video Dance Attack - featuring VJ Kittyrox Friday, July 14 Lola's Room "Come As You Are" - 90s Dance Flashback Saturday, July 15 Lola's Room '80s Video Dance Attack - featuring VJ Kittyrox Friday, July 21 Lola's Room "Come As You Are" - 90s Dance Flashback Saturday, July 22 Lola's Room The Blasphemous Collaboration Series presents Wednesday, July 26 Lola's Room '80s Video Dance Attack - featuring VJ Kittyrox Friday, June 30 9 p.m. 21 and over at Lola's Room Oregon Craft Beer Month Saturday, July 1 All Oregon locationsThrough July 31 21 and over at All Locations '80s Video Dance Attack - featuring VJ Kittyrox Friday, July 7 9 p.m. 21 and over at Lola's Room "Come As You Are" - 90s Dance Flashback Saturday, July 8 9 p.m. 21 and over at Lola's Room '80s Video Dance Attack - featuring VJ Kittyrox Friday, July 14 9 p.m. 21 and over at Lola's Room "Come As You Are" - 90s Dance Flashback Saturday, July 15 9 p.m. 21 and over at Lola's Room '80s Video Dance Attack - featuring VJ Kittyrox Friday, July 21 9 p.m. 21 and over at Lola's Room "Come As You Are" - 90s Dance Flashback Saturday, July 22 9 p.m. 21 and over at Lola's Room Magic Giant Sunday, July 23 7 p.m. doors, 8 p.m. show All ages welcome at Lola's Room The Blasphemous Collaboration Series presents The Without Wednesday, July 26 7 p.m. doors, 8 p.m. show 21 and over at Lola's Room '80s Video Dance Attack - featuring VJ Kittyrox Friday, July 28 9 p.m. 21 and over at Lola's Room '80s Video Dance Attack: New Wave Edition Saturday, July 29 9 p.m. 21 and over at Lola's Room Showbox Live presents John Nolan of Taking Back Sunday Thursday, August 3 After the Taking Back Sunday show 21 and over at Lola's Room The Buttertones Tuesday, August 15 9:30 p.m. doors, 10:30 p.m. show All ages welcome at Lola's Room Springtime Carnivore Thursday, August 31 7 p.m. doors, 8 p.m. show All ages welcome at Lola's Room PliniDavid MaximNick Johnston Sunday, September 3 7 p.m. doors, 8 p.m. show All ages welcome at Lola's Room Haley Reinhart On SaleJun 30 Sunday, October 29 7 p.m. doors, 8 p.m. show All ages welcome at Lola's Room An oasis below the Crystal The little sister of the historic Crystal Ballroom, Lola's Room is located on the second floor, directly below the Crystal. If you're a fan of DJ'd dance events, raging local rock showcases or intimate seated performances, then take a moment and bookmark this page. The navigation menu at left is your roadmap to Lola's Room and the other offerings at the corner of 14th & Burnside. Check out what's coming up on the Events Calendar, let us host your next party or simply investigate our brewery, artwork and history. A night at Lola's Room should always include a stop by Ringlers Pub or Ringlers Annex, where the vibe will fit your mood -- great pub fare, handcrafted beverages, engaging conversation, a good pool game, a rowdy party or a groovy DJ in a dimmed setting. Never stop exploring! This website is a continual work in progress, and will develop over time. Watch for photo tours, sound samples from upcoming acts and much more. Meanwhile, be our guest, wander and enjoy! Looking for your Crystal Ballroom and/or Lola's Room Passport Stamps? A Crystal Ballroom, Lola’s Room & Crystal Brewery Tour occurs daily at 2 p.m. - meet at Ringlers Pub (street level below the Crystal Ballroom.) The tour takes about half an hour to complete. Any questions may be directed to the Crystal box office, 503-225-0047. If you cannot make the tour, stamps for the Crystal Ballroom and Lola’s Room are also available when you see a show. The shows can be ticketed or free – as long as you’re attending an event in the venue, you can get that room’s stamp. Please note that if you’re attending an event in the Crystal Ballroom, you will need to attend a separate event in Lola’s Room to get the Lola’s stamp and vice versa. Stamps are always exclusively available in their own venue. Please note: Due to private events, concert setup needs and brewers’ schedules, not all spaces are guaranteed to be available to tour daily, but our staff will give it our best shot and show you the spaces that we can. Explore the Crystal Blocks Our Crystal Hotel and legendary Crystal Ballroom are just across the street from each other, each offering their own unique spaces for live music, Northwest style fare and McMenamins hand crafted beverages. Explore these properties and all they have to offer. Crystal Ballroom Property Crystal Hotel Property Movie Showtimes Select Showtime Select Showtime Property Name Property Name Property Name Property Name Property Name Property Name Property Name Choose date above and click showtimes on the right for online ticket purchases... All seats are reserved. Doors open 45 minutes before each showing for food and beverage service. We recommend arriving 45 minutes early if you would like to order food to enjoy with your movie. Minors (under 21) are allowed only with parent or guardian 21 and over. Finding Dory (TBC) Running time 1:43 Buy Tickets 12:00 pm 4:00 pm 7:00 pm 10:00 pm Please be patient while we process your order.