A power trio without a guitar player, Big Game is led instead by an often distorted and effected Fender Rhodes electric piano played by singer Erik den Breejen. Drummer and backing vocalist Colin "Baby Rue" Ocon adds to the dramatic quality of the music with his emphatic fills and embellishments, not to mention the sheer force of his playing. Mathias "Uncle T" Sias manages to firmly ground the songs in the low register while branching out with melodic lines from his growling Rickenbacker bass. A diverse range of influences permeates the music. Some point to The Kinks in catchy character studies such as "Punctual Pete" while others hear early Pink Floyd in the band's more abstract improvisations on tracks such as "La Dee Da/Lucky Cat," yet the group manages to transcend these familiarities and emerges with something that can only be called Big Game.