Big Data may be the modern electropop task of Brooklyn-based producer and Harvard graduate Alan Wilkis, motivated by themes of human beings vs. technology. Vocalist Daniel Armbruster, Rajeev Basu (“interactive/hacker”), and GHOST+COW (“visible”) are also acknowledged with early insight. Through the tail end from the 2000s and the start of the 2010s, Wilkis set up himself being a remix manufacturer for famous brands Temper Snare (“Special Disposition”), Fenech-Soler (“Demons”), and Yelle (“Que Veux-Tu”) — person who makes all-new instrumentals and uses just the vocal monitors from the initial materials. Big Data had taken form in 2012 and debuted the next October using a four-track EP entitled 1.0, issued on Wilkis’ Wilcassettes label. The same season, Wilkis also released Designs — a four-track discharge as well, predicated on collaborations with Armbruster’s Joywave, the Kickdrums, Paul Holmes, and Globe Battle. Big Data’s 1.5, comprising eight remixes of just one 1.0’s “Dangerous,” was out by year’s end. In 2014, the tune was highlighted in the movies Veronica Mars and Globe to Echo. That summertime, Wilkis also agreed upon with Warner Bros. Information right before “Harmful” hit number 1 on Billboard’s Substitute Songs graph and Big Data made an appearance with Armbruster to execute the song in the U.S. Television show NIGHT TIME with Seth Myers. The concurrently catchy and uneasy full-length debut, 2.0, premiered by Warner in the springtime of 2015. Comprising ten monitors including “Harmful,” it features Armbruster aswell as vocalists Light Ocean, Jamie Lidell, Kimbra, Streams Cuomo of Weezer, Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak, Dragonette, Keep Hands, and Twin Darkness.