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BULBENKO, BROOME AND THE BIG STIR
2/21/21

Known for their keen eye in recognizing guitar-pop music, Big Stir Records’ co-founders Christina Bulbenko and Rex Broome have been onto something in the music scene since fronting their band, The Armoires.

Before helming their independent label BTR, the Burbank-based band progressed from playing shows to hosting them.

Kicking off the Big Stir Concert Series in L.A in 2016, the pair wanted to foster a community for local musicians and quickly expanded, spawning sister series in the U.K. and other parts of California.

As artists and bands grew with the live series, Bulbenko and Broome launched Big Stir Records, which now features a roster of over twenty artists from the U.S., U.K. and EU.

And while they boast CD and LP releases as well as support their roster through a weekly Digital Single Series—supplied to DSPs and radio alike—the pair continues to hold their concert series, which has been re-imagined for the pandemic as a virtual livestreaming event.

With an emphasis on their motto “we’re stronger together,” these community organizers are all about collaboration, inspiration and their sheer love for music.

For more info on Big Stir Records, click here.