Big Grams Perform at LA Pop-Up Shop

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"Cooler than a polar bear's toenails!" With one of the best projects of 2015 out in stores and the cover of the upcoming issue of FLOOD Magazine, it seemed like a fairly good time for Big Grams (the collaborative effort between Big Boi and Phantogram) to be celebrating...and that is exactly what they did! Thursday night, the trio surprised fans with a performance at their pop-up shop at FLOOD Gallery in Los Angeles. Although they did not perform a full set, a lot of ground was covered. During the performance, Big Grams reportedly ran through many songs from their self-titled EP, which was released last month via Epic Records. Peep a clip of Big Grams performing the Skrillex-produced "Drum Machine" below:

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Most interestingly, the trio also performed blends of their own songs, as seen in this clip with Sarah Barthel singing the hook to "Ms. Jackson" (which was mashed-up with Phantogram's "When I'm Small":

The perfect storm. #BigGrams #dtsspacela #dts #phantogram #bigboi #floodmagazine #msjackson A video posted by FLOOD magazine (@flood_magazine) on

Phantogram had teased at Big Boi/OutKast mash-ups during a Reddit AMA last month, also hinting that we might hear Big spitting over "Black Out Days" on some of their upcoming tour dates.

Big Gram's tour starts today in San Francisco's Treasure Island Music Festival, with no further dates having been announced. Keep posted to the site this week -- we have a special Big Grams-related contest on the way!