Girl Talk is playing an exclusive show at the Fox Theatre in Pomona on Friday, July 24 and the only way to get in is to bring bring empty Squirt products! The more Squirt you bring the better the opportunity to gain VIP access to a meet & greet with Girl Talk. All cans will be collected with proceeds donated to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles.
WHERE/WHEN: Friday, July 24, 2009
Fox Theater – Pomona, CA
Door Time: 7pm
Age: 18 & Over
ADMISSION: Empty cans or bottles of Squirt
Admission is first-come-first-served basis, until capacity is reached
MORE: Visit www.squirtboomburst.com for more details!
ABOUT GT: Pittsburgh artist Gregg Gillis (aka Girl Talk) has scrupulously created music from samples for over eight years. His fourth album, Feed the Animals, continues his sonic evolution towards his party-infested live show. While his first album, Secret Diary (2002), was full of purposeful glitches and noise, his subsequent albums, Unstoppable (2004) and the groundbreaking Night Ripper (2006), moved closer and closer towards dance-able mixes of varying genres, often including dozens of audio sources in a stream of juxtaposed hooks. With the fourth Girl Talk album on the Illegal Art label, Gillis steps even closer towards a creation that is centered on pop musicality rather than attention-deficit sample splicing.
The new album, Feed the Animals, collects the material that was developed over the last two years as part of Gillis' ever-changing live show. With hours of material in hand, it still took months to meticulously edit together the seamless album that combines 300+ samples in 50 minutes. Rather than taking mashups to an extreme, Girl Talk is more focused on the art of the sampling and developing new tracks that have their own character, and surpass the original elements.