Photography: Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs at The Echoplex (Los Angeles)

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (Oxford)
August 9th, 2012
The Echoplex in Los Angeles, CA

Catching Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs at The Echoplex will be an event I won’t ever forget.  It was the loudest and most energy-filled show I’ve caught at The Echoplex to date. TEED brought out the most amazing crowd I have ever seen.  Girls in tutus (especially the one with the fluorescent lights sewed on -rad), lights, glitter, dudes in dinosaur costumes (so awesome!), drinks everywhere -it was incredible. Absolutely everyone in the venue was dancing, clapping, yelling -the energy was just overwhelming.  After the jump you’ll find a 27 second video of what the crowd was like.  It’s a visual to give you an idea of what it was like to be there.  The sound is completely shot because of how loud it was. There was one man behind all of the commotion, one singular dude in a dinosaur costume all his own.  Calmly tinkering between a laptop, a few other machines, and a mic he figuratively blew the roof off of the Echoplex. This being his first official Los Angeles show he admitted, he killed it by a landslide. If you like sub-bass-electric-bouncy-synthy-stuff and are unfamiliar with TEED you’ll definitely want to check out his newest release Trouble. Or better yet catch him live because I guarantee it will be a performance and a show you won’t ever forget.  Dates are here.

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