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The Big Pink // 4/7/17 // Photo by Derrick K. Lee, Esq. (@Methodman13) for www.BlurredCulture.com.
The Big Pink // 4/7/17 // Photo by Derrick K. Lee, Esq. (@Methodman13) for www.BlurredCulture.com.

Last month, in a non-descript abandoned loft space in West Hollywood, The Big Pink treated a small group of fans and tastemakers to an intimate performance of the new music that they have been working on. You should be excited. It’s damn good stuff.

Their new music still has that richly dark sound loaded with their signature fuzzy guitar riffs, but there seemed to be little more edge to it all. The tempo felt like it had picked up a bit, and guitar riffs felt more The Big Pink // 4/7/17 // Setlist.prevalent, driving the movement of each new track as much as the drums and bass. Their sonics still has the shoegaze/neo-psychedelia vibe that they are known for, but the new tunes definitely hit a little harder, and it’s a fantastically visceral sensation.

It was a short five song performance, but with assists from a couple of their collaborators (Ioanna Gika of Io Echo and Jamie Hince of The Kills) joining them on stage for the songs they contributed to, The Big Pink made a very lasting impression and provided just enough to leave all those in attendance anxious for what’s to come.

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