Lisa Young

New member
Mar 1, 2018
Ventnor, NJ
ASHEVILLE, NC (1.21.22)—Australian psych rockers Tame Impala have hit the road on the “Slow Rush Tour” picking up where things left off before the pandemic and playing throughout the US and Mexico.
A band known for their incredible live shows and pursuing the best sonic experience for the listeners, Adam Round, Tame Impala’s FOH engineer, selected the d&b GSL and KSL-Series.
“With a variety of challenging arenas and amphitheaters, the cardioid SL-Series does such an awesome job of eliminating unwanted noise at the rear of the loudspeakers,” states Round. “This directivity gives us much more clarity in these large reflective spaces. It also allows us to process things in ways we couldn’t before because the volume back on stage is now greatly reduced. The d&b SL-Series is a truly remarkable sounding system and has a huge amount of horsepower. Whenever the band hit some of those low notes it really shows off what the SL-SUBs are capable of.”
Tom Worley of Worley Sound, owner...

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