SXSW Undercurrents: Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

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The thing we love about SXSW is being able to see dope new acts not only lay it down in front of large audiences but also foreign artists bringing their live sets to a mostly American crowd. Orlando Higginbottom, an Oxford, UK native, is the one man act behind Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, that he has described as “just dance music.”

This track Garden is not only some totally groovy shit, it’s got some crazy time shifts and cross genre elements within it. This isn’t your classic indie electro-dance, but rather a huge fusion of various genres from classical to house and minimalist. Not to mention these live sets are supposed to be legendary.

Check out this crazy DIY mindmelter, Ducks.

T.E.E.D. will be playing with Darwin Deez at Latitude 30 on March 15, 2011 at 1:00AM. Drop some acid and go!


2 responses to “SXSW Undercurrents: Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

  1. This shit be so slick man. Makin me turned on right now!!

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