About Gigabit

We’re a Boston-based event technology startup that transforms physical events into seamless virtual experiences, from live streaming and webcasting to video production. First time hosting an online event? We’ve got you covered: Gigabit will help you with every aspect of your project, from remote technical setup to post-show engagement analytics. Have a weird idea? Awesome! Our team loves custom projects and will find an event format that works best for you.

Who We Are

Griffin is a singer, keyboardist and drummer who started playing music as early as toddlerhood, banging on pots and pans in his mom’s kitchen, and continues to this day as singer and keytar-wielder of Boston-based heavy-metal outfit Wolfsmyth.


In his own words: “By itself, art is the language of the heart, soul and what it means to be alive. Live concerts (and all forms of live performance) are like altars and shrines where some of us go to speak this language, others go to listen, and everyone goes to be part of the conversation. As soon as I stepped onto the open field where I saw my first live concert, I became entranced by what would become a lifelong obsession .”


Interests: vocal harmonies, proggy synth lines and tapping the fretboard

Favorite word: frisson

Griffin Bach

Co-founder / Livestream Producer

Josh Larson

Co-founder / Project Manager

Josh started his music career in high school, booking local bands for charity events before studying Music Business as well as Show Production and Touring in college. He has 15 years of industry expertise in tour management, event management, talent booking, and record label and venue operations. Noteworthy experiences include managing and booking talent for the Foundation Room at the Boston House of Blues and touring South by Southwest and Never Say Never Festival, among others.


Above all, Josh’s world revolves around supporting and celebrating local artists through community events. That includes designing a silent disco for 800 students of the Colleges of the Fenway; organizing “Pass the Mic,” a music networking event and workshop for the suburbs; and helping run South Shore Musicians Network, a 900-member group on Facebook.


Interests: Math rock, Dungeons and Dragons,  and grilling with an ice-cold Pabst Blue Ribbon

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