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Big Something / Press

"Pinky's Woman" wins Guitar Center Contest Judged by KRS-One - track placed on CDs available at all 150+ Guitar Center locations nationwide! http://gc.guitarcenter.com/freshcuts/krsone/

Guitar Center

“Endless Boundaries Jam Radio 2010 Breakout Act”

Endless Boundaries Radio

“Top 10 on the Jambands.com & HGMN national radio charts multiple months in 2010, debuting at #3 on the Jambands.com/Relix charts in September and peaking at #1 the week of 10.08.2010 on the HGMN charts.”

Relix Magazine and Homegrown Music Network

“Primarily driven by the combination of guitar, synth and sax, the Big Something offer a complexly interwoven series of grooves marked by rich and sonorous mixes...Nick MacDaniels’ warm voice consistently comes through as its strongest quality. Lyrically, he provides strong hooks while leaving the focus on the band’s instrumental proficiency. They’re often humorous and pointed, as is found on the material about the recurring Robin Hood-like character of “Pinky Goes to Jail,” “Pinky’s Woman” and Pinky’s Ride,” which serves as a bonus since it’s the relentless jams like “Josh’s Disco” that really drive the album.”

Yes Weekly

“This is an expansive concept album detailing the life and times of Pinky, a figure who is part Robin Hood, part Clyde, part neighborhood Pimp. The album offers excellent musicianship and a spirit of fun as it details these adventures, proving to be a remarkable debut for Big Something...The tracks on this album blend many different styles of rock and jam to create a savory package, lengthy in scope, well-delivered in execution...The tracks are imbued with elements of funk, jazz, fusion jam, and rock, while the story of Pinky provides a nice backdrop and centerpiece for the album...In employing robust rhythms, technically polished playing, and a sense of flair that is fun and disarming, Big Something's debut release proves to be excellent. - HomeGrownMusic.net”


“Their debut album, "Stories from the Middle of Nowhere" won the Home Grown Music Network's 2010 “Studio Album of the Year Award" and the band was also chosen as their 2010 “New Band of the Year!””

Homegrown Music Network

“While the Big Something is far from a Metal band, their groove-based Rock n Roll sound is still very large. But as the name suggests, this band is hard to classify. With a uniquely alternative and electronic sound, Funk, Soul and Rock n Roll are all fused into "one savory package, well delivered in execution,” says Wade on behalf of HGMN”