Transforming Koko into an amazing room drenched in light and sound, the electro genius that is Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, provided more of a spectacle than a gig.
As TEED took to the stage, immediately the crowd belted an almighty roar, which never left the room as the DJ made his presence known. Having been to many great gigs at Koko, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs didn’t disappoint. The talented producer captured the room from the start and almost every track was met with a cheer. The venue, was literally heaving with excited fans jumping and dancing ecstatically to the beat of tracks from his debut album, 'Trouble'.
Dressed in a magnificent costume of scale armour, (which made for a pretty amazing opening outfit), transforming as the night progressed into a huge glittery lizard-like frill neck piece, which looked fantastic, if a little uncomfortable. The stage was a combination of giant lights, strobes and dancers, blasting streamers into the crowd. Playing track after track, he kept the crowd full of energy, dancing and cheering, which hit an almighty high when the hit ‘Garden’ came on, accompanied by a giant ball of lights floating across the crowd.
The sound was incredible and with the occasional involvement of bongo drums and synths, created the feel of an almost tribal ceremony, with the DJ surrounded by religious followers. Watching Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs was definitely more of an experience and a tribute to electro, making the show memorable. Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, a mouthful to say and one hell of an electro performance.