Big Data Brings Rivers Cuomo, Kimbra, Twin Shadow to '2.0'

Big Data Brings Rivers Cuomo, Kimbra, Twin Shadow to '2.0'
Keeping things sequential, Brooklyn electronic pop producer Big Data (aka Alan Wilkis) has revealed he'll follow up his 1.0 and 1.5 EP's with a debut full-length titled 2.0. The guest-loaded LP, featuring performances from Weezer leader Rivers Cuomo, Kiwi pop star Kimbra and more, and it arrives March 24 via Warner Bros. 

While the release date has been floating since earlier in the year, the tracklisting details have now been dropped in full. The 10-song collection features Wilkis joined by outside collaborators on pretty well every track, with the punfully titled "Big Dater" being the only tune presented by the project proper.

New single "Snowed In" finds Big Data joined by Cuomo, and you can check out the glitchy, glammy results in both an audio stream and a lyric video. Also appearing on 2.0 are Kimbra, Twin Shadow, Jamie Lidell, Canadian unit Dragonette, Bear Hands, White Sea, and Wye Oak/Dungeonesse member Jenn Wasner. You'll find the full details of who shows up where down below.

Big Data previously revealed a batch of North American dates, which won't crossover into Canada. All the same, you can peep the info beneath 2.0's tracklisting.

2.0:

1. The Business of Emotion (ft. White Sea)

2. Dangerous (ft. Joywave)

3. Clean (ft. Jamie Lidell)

4. The Glow (ft. Kimbra)

5. Snowed In (ft. Rivers Cuomo)

6. Big Dater

7. Automatic (ft. Jenn Wasner)

8. Get Some Freedom (ft. Dragonette)

9. Sick For Me (ft. Bear Hands)

10. Perfect Holiday (ft. Twin Shadow)

Tour dates:

03/15 Tempe, AZ - Tempe Beach Park ( Pot of Gold Music Festival) 

03/24 New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom

03/25 Boston, MA - The Sinclair

03/26 Philadelphia, PA - Underground Arts

03/27 Washington, DC - Black Cat

03/30 Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall

03/31 Minneapolis, MN - Fine Line Music Café

04/01 Milwaukee, WI - The Rave Club

04/02 Detroit, MI – The Shelter

04/03 Cleveland, OH - Grog Shop

04/04 Pittsburgh, PA - PA Stage AE