Feb 16, 2018
South Side Ballroom
Dallas, Texas, United States
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I really loved Cloudchord. Definitely belonged on a lineup with Big Gigantic, but his music was so versatile and original that I feel like he could open for Ookay, Gramatik or GRiZ. I would even go so far as to say he would fit in collaborating with Daft Punk on Random Access Memories, that's how impressed I was with him. Fun samples and full mastery of his guitar tone, whether using gain, harmonics, wah or reverb. Definitely adding him to my Pandora and watching his tour dates from now on.
Shallou had a big, confident sound, energetic and carefree. One song had a sick glitchy drop. Was very enjoyable but didn't leave much to talk about. I liked all the drum machines along with the kit. It was just your basic 4/4 house beats
I've been waiting to see Big G since like before my first EDM shows, back when the only EDM artists I knew were Moon Hooch and the local talent, I saw that Big Gigantic also made dance music with a saxophone. I never got hooked on their albums but I've enjoyed them on Pandora and saw live pics and footage on their Instagram. The euphoria set in for me when they played Got The Love, which they followed up with Good Times Roll and I was just living for it. I like stage presence and sound quality and I like a good light show but having everything at the same time can be a challenge, and these boys pulled it off tonight. The encore was mind-blowing. A harmonic effect on the sax leading into The Little Things. An older song called Nocturnal and some absolutely filthy drops in the last song, finally transforming into pure soul for the road