"Slow Burn" is the debut LP of Mongolian singer-songwriter Magnolian.
Magnolian is the stage name for Dulguun Bayasgalan, an indie-folk singer-songwriter from Mongolia. In June of 2015, Magnolian performed as the only solo act at Mongolia's biggest music festival, Playtime. Following his performance, he released his first single, “Someday”, in September. It features his wife, Enkhjin Batjargal on vocals and became a local alternative hit.
In February of 2016, Magnolian started work on his first EP titled "Famous Men”, and released the first single, “The Dream of a Ridiculous Man”. “Famous Men” was released on June 28th and received critical acclaim in Mongolia, earning Magnolian multiple television appearances and regular radio airplay. The EP also gained ground on the international music scene. Most notably, it was named best underground album of July on Nerdist's "Bandcamping" column.
In October of 2016, Magnolian played his first international showcase at one of South Korea’s largest music showcases, Zandari Festa. In March of 2017, Magnolian made his North American debut at SXSW in Austin, Texas. He is also the second most streamed Mongolian artist on Spotify with over 9 million hits behind only The HU.
In 2018, Magnolian wrote the music for and starred in the film, “They Sing Up on the Hill”, which premiered at the 2018 Busan International Film Festival.
On September 18, 2020, Magnolian released his debut LP titled “Slow Burn” on AntiFragile Music.