The biggigantic guys were vital to the skrillex and Friends SuperJam last summer.
Music director Dominic Lalli and SuperJam producer Paul Peck will be doing a Reddit AMA all about it on 1/20 at 8pm ET, the same day that the full documentary debuts on attuverse
Get your questions ready!


So as many of you know, I have had a long-running infatuation with Big Gigantic and Dominic Lalli. It’s been a four year tradition to see them on my birthday and this year is no different, I love you, and thanks for putting up with my crazy fangirling– this is some of the documentation of my love.. of the sax.

In 2015, I fell in love with a number of incredible new voices, one of which was Brooklyn electropop and electrofunk crooner Gibbz. His honeyed sweet vocals have my heart palpitating with rapture again on a first song of the year, glamorously funky jam Higher Than I’ve Ever Been. To add fuel to sexy fire, Gibbz teams up with saxophone player Dominic Lalli on the song to give it an extra injection of swanky chic poshness. Gibbz takes us higher than he’s ever taken us with this ritzy new swooner, his first single from upcoming project, Above Water. Higher Than I’ve Ever Been is available now on iTunes.

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the malah ft. dominic lalli of big gigantic - back (live @ dexfest 2010)

electronic jam band featuring a live saxophonist on a really sweet stage. why not.


This video is the third episode from a series by Amraj Lally, called “POPTOPICS”. This series is a critical and theoretical analysis on what’s hot right now, aiming to stimulate intellectual discussion of popular culture. In this video I look at the history and legacy of soul music, and the advantage ‘blue eyed soul’ singers may have over Black soul singers in today’s music scene, where we see the likes of white British artists Adele and Sam Smith dominating the genre.