“Combining the sounds of neo-soul and hip-hop with experimental bass and additional electronic elements make Red Giant Project an expertly crafted body of work...a classic feel to it yet is injected with fresh, new-age production that makes it truly memorable….dips into many genres, allowing it to take on a life of its own ...If you love funky electronic music and want to get down and dirty on a makeshift dancefloor, then this unique album is one you definitely need to listen to.” -EDM Identity.
“Red Giant Project thrives in live shows, especially festivals. Onstage, they show off some of their instrumental weapons, including John Avery on tenor sax, Tah Rei who plays a vast assortment of unique instruments, including the Piccadilly baritone sax, various clarinets, and the Theremin. Plus, when available, Rolling Stones’ sax player Karl Denson who’s also featured throughout the recorded album, will join in on the live show. All the sounds and voices of Red Giant Project hold their own blending in immaculate sound production...at their shows, they can play up to 90-minute sets without breaks, making the performance a true experience. The sound starts off psychedelic and then takes off for other realms.”
“Red Giant Project has an interesting sound that can truly be described as experimental....the Album digs into all ends of their sound, with a range of styles and variations as you move through the tracks...they continue to forge a new path in music and create beautiful and intentional works of art.”
- Hip Hop Weekly.
It’s fresh, yet Mature. Live, yet premeditated. An authentic collection of different abilities, maximized, within a vast detail of sound-design.