Hailing from Boulder, Colorado, the talented duo known as Big Gigantic is coming to New York City for back-to-back performances at Roseland Ballroom, and we will be there on December 30th! The event is a continuation of their Sky High Tour, which they began earlier in September.
Big Gigantic is notorious for their live stage performances that incorporate saxophone by producer Dominic Lalli and drums by Jeremy Salken. With festivals like Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Ultra Music Festival under their belts, this duo is coming at you like a whirlwind with exciting livetronica and filthy beats.
We're only three days away from Hulaween - String Cheese Incident's Halloween-themed music festival! Invading the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida on Oct. 31 for three nights of spooktacular jammage, String Cheese Incident will be joined by headliners STS9 and Big Gigantic with supporting performances from acts including Emancipator, Conspirator, Steve Kimock & Friends and Brock Butler. Tickets can be purchased here.
Last night at the unorthodox venue, The F Shed, the unorthodox duo from Colorado, Big Gigantic, came on stage as part of their Sky High Tour to put on a show that just kept getting better and better. Their saxophone and drums filled the place up with some of the grooviest tunes that EDM has to offer. All live on set, this is more than just a DJ on the boards – Dominic Lalli kills it on the sax while Jeremy Salken rocks it on his drum set. Their jazzy jam-band sound, along with their dub-synth production, makes for a sound unlike any other.
In just ten days the String Cheese Incident will invade Live Oak, Florida with their spooktacular Halloween-themed music festival Hulaween. Kicking off on October 31, String Cheese Incident will be joined by headliners STS9 and Big Gigantic with supporting performances from Emancipator, Conspirator, Steve Kimock & Friends, Brock Butler and many more.
Help us count down the ten days leading up to Hulaween with the top ten reasons to attend this fabulous festival. Tickets can be purchased here.
The Colorado natives, Big Gigantic have revealed their brand new song, "Love Letters" - a peek at the duo's new album set to to release in 2014. The song features vocals from Sabina Sciubba and is the first track to be released from the upcoming album. Love Letters will be made available later this month for free and through iTunes, with a music video along with it.
Big Gigantic just had their recently sold-out show, "Rowdytown II", at the Red Rocks Amphitheater in their home state of Colorado and announced that they willl be throwing down at the Roseland Ballroom in New York on December 30 and 31 to celebrate the New Year. Below are some more dates for Big Gigantic's Sky High Tour.
As Colorado continues to work on recovering its flood-battered neighborhoods from the extensive damage caused by the September 12 flood, music mavens Big Gigantic, former residents of Colorado, have decided to team up with local friends, artists, and organizations to help support flood relief efforts.
Big Gigantic is still scheduled to perform Friday, September 27 at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, CO and Saturday, September 28 at the Red Rocks Ampitheatre in Morrison, Co. Both of these shows will be Flood Relief Benefit Shows with a portion of the proceeds going to Conscious Alliance’s flood relief fund. Basic necessities will be provided to community members affected by the floods, which now includes 17,494 damaged homes; 1,502 destroyed homes; 11,700 people evacuated; 1,253 people still unaccounted for; 8 people have lost their lives; and 520 are currently in emergency shelters.
While at Electric Zoo, we had the chance to catch up with Big Gigantic. Jeremy and Dominic have had their hands full with new music, doing good for the community through their current tour, and having a blast performing at all of the summer’s hottest music festivals. Probably some of the coolest guys we’ve talked to, there is no surprise as to why they have A Big Gigantic Family, #ABGF, supporting them full heartedly.
How’s your summer been?
J: We’ve been on the road, playing a lot of festivals. We’ve traveled around as usual. We’ve had some time at home too. Dom’s been working on a new album.
It's no doubt that electronic music has caught the attention of the masses. Since the recent explosion of the genre in 2011, it seems that just about everyone has embraced it. Whether its 'deep house' to 'tropical trap rap' to 'moombahton' the genres continue to expand with a now more than ever diverse roster of seriously mind bending choices. We rounded up a mix of twelve songs that are worthy of so much play time it's ri-dic-u-lous.
When we think of the typical festival, we imagine sprawling fields tucked away somewhere in middle-America where music lovers campout in the impossible heats of the middle of summer. Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, Camp Bisco - they all follow the same logistical style. So how would a brand new festival, in late September, tucked away in the southeast, fare against our learned expectations? We found out last weekend as we trekked to Bouckaert Park outside of Atlanta for Counterpoint Music Festival, realizing that some molds are meant to be broken.
There’s something special about Camp Bisco.
Maybe it’s the blatant resemblance between its lush rolling hills and that of Woodstock’s similar landscape. Both Upstate New York festivals, both free-for-all hippie gatherings. Both magical in their own right.
Maybe it’s the Hells Angels presence - a mean-mugging biker clan who owns the campgrounds and plays security for the weekend. Without a policeman in sight, festival goers roam freely between their tents and staging areas with alcohol and substances galore.