Over the Weekend: NAMM Does Anaheim, Delta Spirit Sells Out, Autolux Debuts New Songs, Doo Dah Parade Invades Pasadena
Now that we've fully recovered from our post-holiday blues and it's officially summer, Julyuary is turning out to be one hell of a month. For starters, we lost one of our favorite radio stations, Indie 103.1 FM, seemingly overnight. So perhaps it's appropriate that this past weekend was all about the music, kicking off with the NAMM convention Thursday through Sunday in Anaheim, and two killer performances by Indie 103.1 fave bands Delta Spirit and Autolux here in Los Angeles on Friday and Saturday. Oh, and let's not forget Pasadena's wild and wacky, 32nd annual Doo Dah Parade. Read on for details...
globe descend upon the NAMM Show in search of that perfect piece of
gear, whether it be a guitar, mixing board or percussion instrument ... But, what makes attending the NAMM
show a truly mind-boggling experience isn't what physically exists
inside the Convention Center, it's the knowledge that a future of music
that few anticipated is not only here, but is evolving faster than the
time it takes to download an MP3." Read more in Ohanesian's, "The Future is Here: Swimming Through the Flood of New DJ Gear at NAMM."
Autolux Debuts News Songs at Henry Fonda
32nd Annual Doo Dah Parade Invades Pasadena
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