OK GO AND TRAPT TAP SENNHEISER EVOLUTION SERIESWhether it's at the Troubadour in Los Angeles or the Metro in Chicago, the alternative music scene is alive and kicking across the country. And two of 6/04/2003 8:00 AM Eastern
Whether it's at the Troubadour in Los Angeles or the Metro in Chicago, the alternative music scene is alive and kicking across the country. And two of today's most talked-about young bands are turning recent gigs at these famed venues into the launching pads for mega-stardom.
In California, it's Trapt, a Los Gatos-based quartet with a hard-driving sound and the attitude to match. The band kicked off its first tour as headliners last November. Trapt is using Evolution Wireless 300 IEMs with matching bodypacks and an E 865 capsule on the handheld mic.
In Chicago, it's OK GO, a foursome with a reputation as one of the city's hottest live acts and a smart, fresh sound. OK GO prefers the hard-wired Evolution E 865 microphone for vocals and Evolution 609s, 604s and 602s for instruments.
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