Terminal West, Speakeasy, + March One Present:

Big Wild

With Tennyson, IHF

Saturday, April 22
10:00PM doors / 11:00PM show
18 and Over
  • Price$15.00 - $18.00
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Big Wild

Stemming from a relentless desire to create something new, Big Wild’s sound taps into the natural curiosity we all share by exploring beyond conventional boundaries in music. This spark was ignited when he first began creating music under the heavy influence of modern hip hop producers. Since then, he has increasingly drawn inspiration from the limitless potential of electronic music, while at the same time building a style unique to him.

Tennyson

With a duo like Tennyson, there's more than meets the eye. If we lived in a different time you might've saved up your pennies and caught a glimpse of the traveling Tennyson magic show. It costs a little more now to get into a club and see their live show, but it feels no less magic. Luke and Tess have been playing music together since, basically, forever. Growing up in Edmonton, Alberta with a drummer for a father, there wasn't much else to do. And when you listen to Tennyson or watch them perform, you get it. They speak their own language on stage; while soloing on his keyboard Luke triggers a sound effect with the tip of his nose, Tess's electronic drums shape-shift with each song. It's as mesmerizing to watch as it is to turn around and look at the audience taking it all in. And this is probably why anyone who hears or sees Tennyson becomes a fan — from Skrillex to M83 to Questlove. Their melodies are infectious and their ideas are unpredictable. Anything can be a source of inspiration for Tennyson and it's fascinating to see what they come up with in every new song or show.

IHF

Imagined Herbal Flows, also known as IHF, is a solo electronic act consisting of Ben Gorvine, who hails from Washington DC. IHF released his Floating EP in 2014, which gained the attention of the underground electronic music community. He is currently working on his debut album, which will be released this summer.