A lot of electronic acts are beginning to incorporate live instrumentation at their performances, but none pull it off as well as livetronica favorite Big Gigantic. The duo has been playing live saxophone and drums at their concerts ever since dropping their aptly titled debut album Fire it Up in 2009. Now several albums in to their oeuvre, they've perfected their setup, treating ticket buyers to jazzed-up, live instrument-driven renditions of bangers like "Sky High" and "Going Down". Add to this their ever-changing stage setup, state-of-the-art visuals, and colorful showmanship, and you've got yourself a dance-worthy concert experience for the memory books.
Boulder, CO-based production duo Big Gigantic has been cranking out their unique hip hop-influenced brand of livetronica ever since dropping their massive debut album Fire it Up in 2009. The pair is comprised of saxophonist Dominic Lalli and drummer Jeremy Salken, who both produce the tracks and perform on them. Over the course of several acclaimed tours Big Gigantic has become one of the genre's most buzzworthy live acts, thrilling concertgoers around the world with their cutting-edge sounds and live instrumentation on tour. In 2014 they released The Night is Young EP, an impressive slice of funky, synth-laden EDM that wowed critics and drew the pair out for extensive touring. Always festival favorites, they've brought the party to Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, and Coachella with force. Big Gigantic are a world-class live act guaranteed to get ticket buyers moving and shaking with their sweat-inducing sets on tour.