Genre-bending Boulder, CO-based duo Big Gigantic release their long-awaited eighth studio album, Brighter Future 2, available now at all DSPs and streaming services. In addition, a limited-edition double LP printed on 180g light blue galaxy vinyl is available exclusively at the official Big Gigantic webstore.
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Big Gigantic have shared their latest all-star collaboration, “Losing My Mind (With Brooke Williams),” available now at all DSPs and streaming services. A heavenly soundscape underpins “Losing My Mind” (With Brooke Williams) as the blissful vocals belie a deeper meaning. The track is from the genre-bending Boulder, CO-based duo’s eagerly awaited eighth studio album, Brighter Future 2, arriving everywhere on Friday, June 10. All pre-saves/pre-adds will be entered to win four tickets to any Big Gigantic show in 2022.
Ross James has spent the last decade on the bandstand at Terrapin Crossroads and traveling the world with Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead. Along the way he's shared the stage with John Scofield, Warren Haynes, Bob Weir, Jim James, John Mayer and many more. For this incredibly special show he's assembled an all star band to keep the party going after Dead & Co.
SOMOS Albuquerque, a ten-day celebration highlighting the city’s vibrant art, music, food, and community taking place May 5 - 15, 2022, has announced it will be partnering with Relentless Beats for Dreamglow- a one-day concert experience. Featuring Big Gigantic, with support from Tokimonsta, Hannah Wants, and others, the event will take place May 14, 2022, at the Anderson Abruzzo International Balloon Museum Park.
Same Same But Different is California’s first camping, music and arts festival to announce its return for 2021. The festival is now scheduled for September 9 - 12, 2021 after having to cancel last year’s festival due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Taking place in scenic Lake Perris, CA, Same Same But Different is a multi-genre, four stage music and arts festival built to celebrate what makes us all different and unique.
I had originally started this review with a cute anecdote. It’s kind of my thing, and everybody else’s. But I’m going to cut straight to it. This was fucking insane. Oh. Was my use of fuck in the fourth sentence a bit too much for you? Then why in a flying fuck would you be reading a review of Andy Frasco and The U.N.? I ask again, why in a flying fuck? Keeping you from feeling comfortable comes as easy to Andy and his band as it does to a leather couch on a humid day. So, don’t come to me looking for a run of the mill review of a run of the mill show. Andy Frasco and The U.N.