UTG PHOTOS: Big Data At The Shelter in Detroit, MI (4/2/15)


Under The Gun’s Head of Photography, Corbin Alvae, stopped over at The Shelter to catch the Gimme Data Tour.

It feels like forever since I did a photo gallery, but I kicked off my Spring season this year by stopping over at one of my hometown venues, called The Shelter, to catch a paranoid electronic pop group called Big Data.

Big Data is comprised of Alan Wilkis and his super talented band performing music that lifts the soul. I showed up to the venue and the downtown area was packed, not realizing that there was another event going on in the same venue, along with a hockey game right down the street. Detroit was a huge party that night.

What was extremely cool about Big Data’s set is not only how great the music was, but I’m a person who appreciates very well-put-together live production. The digital wall screen with some eye-catching visuals with the lights was very well done and made the performance that much better. Props to the LD and visual designers.

Overall, Big Data was absolutely flawless; from start to finish, the group made sure that everyone was dancing and walking out after the show with a smile on their face. When Big Data comes to your town, GO! You won’t regret it.

Corbin Alvae

Tour Manager.
Road Warrior.
Artist Manager at Brace Yourself Management.
Head of Photography at UTG.
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