Gramatik and Big Gigantic have now joined forces on a brand new single titled Better Believe It Now.” Out today via all major streaming platforms, “Better Believe It Now” is an anthemic fusion of organic and electronic instrumentation- fusing the worlds of jazz, funk, hip-hop, and dubstep. Highlighted with the saxophone melodies of Big Gigantic’s Dominic Lalli, “Better Believe It Now” hits a unique sweet spot between danceable easy-listening and all out head banging.

The single comes on the heels of a stacked 2019 summer schedule for both respective artists. Fans can catch both Gramatik and Big Gigantic live at Illinois festival Summer Camp (May 23-27). As for Gramatik, he’ll also be playing Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, and Sonic Bloom before a run of European festival dates. Big Gigantic will be making stops at this year’s Elements Festival, Summerfest, Float Fest, Werkfest, Dancefestopia, and will be closing out the summer with their own headlining festival, Rowdytown, at Colorado’s Red Rocks September 27-28.

Denis Jašarević, known by his stage name Gramatik, is a New York-based electronic producer and composer originally from Slovenia. His music is heavily influenced by blues, funk, soul, and jazz.

With his beliefs about free music, Gramatik has released nine albums, four EPs, numerous original scores, singles and remixes all for free. In 2013, he established his own record label, Lowtemp, allowing him to further realize his idea of music being a free medium. Soon after its launch, Lowtemp started signing aspiring artists from all over the world.

Following his long history of file sharing with his music, Gramatik released his entire discography in partnership with BitTorrent.

In 2017, with the aid of blockchain technology, Gramatik became the first artist in history to tokenize himself, thus creating a new model for content creation on an unrestricted platform and revolutionizing the artist-fan relationship.

Big Gigantic established itself as a pioneer of live electronic music with the band’s inception in 2008. The Colorado-based saxophonist/producer, Dominic Lalli and drummer, Jeremy Salken, are veterans of blending electronic dance music with their live instruments to create Big G’s truly unique sound; a sound that is as thoughtful as it is danceable. Their fifth most recent studio album, Brighter Future, reflects Lalli and Salken’s vision for uniting the world through music and community. The album was released on August 26, 2016 and features special guests Waka Flocka Flame, Logic, Cherub, Griz, Pell, and many more. Big Gigantic tracks have landed sync placements across the advertising spectrum from the 2017 Apple MacBook Pro reveal, to HBO season teasers, to Cinnamon Toast Crunch and McDonaldsCommercials, film trailers, and sports coverage including Wimbledon, the Indy 500, NBA, NHL, and MLB.

2018 also marked the seventh year of Big Gignatic’s own headlining, two-night festival, Rowdytown, at Colorado’s famed Red Rocks Amphitheater. Over the years, the band has cemented itself as a must-see act on the US festival circuit, having performed at every major festival including: Coachella, Lollapalooza, Ultra Music Festival, Hangout, Austin City Limits, Governors Ball, Electric Forest, Outside Lands, and Bonnaroo.

For more information:
Gramatik tour dates: website
Big Gigantic tour dates: website