BIG KILL is a destructive pop and production duo headquartered in the basement of a warehouse in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Their genre-expansive sound is rooted somewhere between experimental and hyperpop, synthesizing the unique sonics from a range of influences, moving from commercial pop to noise to drill to Eurodance. As producers, BIG KILL’s early credits include their work on Debby Friday’s latest Pitchfork-approved single “Runnin” as well as several in-progress collaborations that lean on a new signature sound.
“BIG KILL represents a forceful push into a philosophical, online, oppositional, inclusive, empathetic, self-empowered communist utopia driven by the internet” muses band member Andrew Huculiak.
“In our present, BIG KILL is the antithesis of toxic masculinity and fear of self expression. We’d like to present a healthy male friendship that’s deep and playful and vulnerable as an example for other people like us. And hopefully, those not like us will find amusement and power in the exploration. In a world of identity groupings, it feels good to be frank with where we see ourselves and what our experience is, not telling any story but ours, with as little regard as possible to the social consequence.”
Born from the death of Canadian prog rock band We Are The City (whose fourth and final album RIP was released in January 2020) BIG KILL aims to take a new approach to releasing music, focusing less on album cycles and more on songs. Several more batches of music are already slated for release before the end of 2021 with the BIG KILL FUTURE webpage revealing details on each consecutive drop.
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