BIG GIGANTIC @ THE ROSELAND THEATER, DECEMBER 8 2017
Written by Tariq Abdellatif on November 16, 2017
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Big Gigantic will be stopping by Portland’s Roseland Theater on their A Big Gigantic Difference Tour on December 8 2017. Doors open at 8pm and tickets can be found here. This is an all ages event brought to you by Abstract Earth Project. Brasstracks will be the opening artist for this event.
Consisting of drummer Jeremy Salken and saxophonist and producer Dominic Lalli, Big Gigantic is an electronic dance act based out of Boulder, Colorado. Armed with powerful beats and basslines and loads of screeching and squealing synthesizer lines, they quickly connected with the festival scene. On top of that between 2009 through 2012, the duo released three albums – Fire It Up, A Place Behind the Moon, and Nocturnal all on their own.
The gradual and continuous development of their boisterous sound continued on the 2014 release “The Night Is Young” (below), another party-ready epitome of EDM, contemporary rap production, and pop. The duo have performed at various festivals all over the country including Paradiso, Lollapalooza and Ultra Music Festival.
This show is expected to sell out so act fast!
Check out the music video below for Big Gigantic‘s song “The Night is Young” featuring Cherub.