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Big Data is the contemporary electropop project of Brooklyn-based producer and Harvard graduate Alan Wilkis, inspired by themes of humans vs. During the tail end of the s and the beginning of the s, Wilkis established himself as a remix producer for the likes of Temper Trap "Sweet Disposition" , Fenech-Soler "Demons" , and Yelle "Que Veux-Tu" -- one who makes all-new instrumentals and uses only the vocal tracks from the original material. Big Data took shape in and debuted the following October with a four-track EP titled 1. Big Data's 1. In , the song was featured in the films Veronica Mars and Earth to Echo. That summer, Wilkis also signed with Warner Bros. Records just before "Dangerous" hit number one on Billboard's Alternative Songs chart and Big Data appeared with Armbruster to perform the song on the U. The simultaneously catchy and uneasy full-length debut, 2. Sign In. Big Data.
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Paranoid pop for the age of information overindulgence. That sums up the ideas behind Big Data in one phrase. Behind the emerald curtain is Alan Wilkes, a bespectacled brain with a beard, and the object of the caricature that graces most of the Big Data promotion thus far. The vocals are provided by Joywave, another up and coming synthpop group of a similar but a bit more calm style. However, unlike Joywave, Wilkes has a specific agenda in mind with his sound. This one actually lists Joywave as being featured. Just the front artwork, and a tracklisting. But after listening to the most current Joywave EP, I am convinced that Joywave graces all of these tracks. The joy of paranoia over an irresistible beat. Once again this song proves my theory that people cannot resist handclaps.

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Paranoid pop for the age of information overindulgence. That sums up the ideas behind Big Data in one phrase. Behind the emerald curtain is Alan Wilkes, a bespectacled brain with a beard, and the object of the caricature that graces most of the Big Data promotion thus far. The vocals are provided by Joywave, another up and coming synthpop group of a similar but a bit more calm style. However, unlike Joywave, Wilkes has a specific agenda in mind with his sound. This one actually lists Joywave as being featured. Just the front artwork, and a tracklisting. But after listening to the most current Joywave EP, I am convinced that Joywave graces all of these tracks. The joy of paranoia over an irresistible beat. Once again this song proves my theory that people cannot resist handclaps.

Big Data is the contemporary electropop project of Brooklyn-based producer and Harvard graduate Alan Wilkis, inspired by themes of humans vs.

During the tail end of the s and the beginning of the s, Wilkis established himself as a remix producer for the likes of Temper Trap "Sweet Disposition" , Fenech-Soler "Demons" , and Yelle "Que Veux-Tu" -- one who makes all-new instrumentals and uses only the vocal tracks from the original material. Big Data took shape in and debuted the following October with a four-track EP titled 1. Big Data's 1. In , the song was featured in the films Veronica Mars and Earth to Echo. That summer, Wilkis also signed with Warner Bros.

Records just before "Dangerous" hit number one on Billboard's Alternative Songs chart and Big Data appeared with Armbruster to perform the song on the U. The simultaneously catchy and uneasy full-length debut, 2. Sign In. Big Data. Top Songs See All. Put Me to Work - Single Unglued - Single Monster feat. Jamie Lidell - Single Evolution Once Again - Single See Through feat.

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