The wonder of Big Gigantic lies is their ability to transform a beat. A funky mix of jazz and electro, they create reverberating sounds that heed in a swarm of fans. Big G played last night at the House of Blues in Boston, as members Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken’s stage presence was undeniable. Based out of Boulder, Colorado their unique instrumental style is the contributing factor to Big G’s successes. Talented and diverse, Dominic kills it on the saxophone, mixing his own beats, while Jeremy crushes the drums. Both members exhort talent and vibrancy through precision in there musical ambitions. Big Gigantic is known for their lively performances, captivating audiences at venues and festivals across the U.S.
Big Gigantic's Tour Dates:
“The Night Is Young” Tour
The Music Farm
The Ritz Ybor
The hype surrounding Big Gigantic's forthcoming new album, The Night Is Young, has been steadily climbing since their epic two-night performance at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City for New Year's Eve and the release of 'Touch the Sky' as a free download for anyone who pre-orders the album, but it hasn't stopped there. Big Gigantic, a.k.a. Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken, amped up the anticipation and decided to let fans stream the title track to the forthcoming new album, The Night Is Young.
Big Gigantic, the massive duo of producer/saxophonist Dominic Lalli and drummer Jeremy Salken, have been in a league of their own since the day they burst into the music scene with their unique use of live instrumentation to reinvent what people traditionally understand to be "DJ-based" music. Recognized for their extraordinary live show as well as a no genre is off-limits approach to both producing and performing music, Big Gigantic continue to make waves in the industry whether it's in the studio or on tour.
In the city that never sleeps, New York offers the most outrageous and insane DJ gigs this time of the year. Although December 30th happens to fall on a Monday night, that didn't stop most New Yorkers from celebrating the 'Eve' of New Years Eve, two days shy of ringing in 2014.
Hailing from Boulder, Colorado, Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken, aka the duo known as Big Gigantic, indulged the crowd with some livetronica and dubstep beats that were nothing short of a treat for BG fans in the house. Their December 30th show marked the second edition of their back-to-back performances at Roseland Ballroom, and they certainly gave New Yorkers a reason to holler and stick around longer after their set time.
Explosive duo Big Gigantic have dropped the first single from their upcoming album, 'The Night Is Young' today (December 10). "Touch The Sky" is a fireball of a track, mixing saxophone with dubstep and even adding a bit of Trap. The record is an absolute smash, and is a great first offering from the upcoming album, due out in early February 2014. Check out a stream of the single here and let us know what you think!
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.
Festival founder Paul Levine is the lifeline of the Spirit of the Suwannee, organizing festivals such as Bear Creek, Purple Hatters Ball and more. We had a chance to chat with Levine about the upcoming Hulaween festival, how he brought String Cheese Incident to Live Oak and his hopes for the festival's future.
Right now we're focusing on three years and there's no guarantee that's going to happen, but that's what we're talking about. We're going to see what happens this fall and if it goes as well as we all hope it will then I'm sure we can look forward to another couple years of it.