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Datarock Set To Rock Tonight at The Echo

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When DATAROCK did their thing at Club NME in March, LAist was there sorta... and we busted with a sweet photo essay for your ass. Actually it was Wathana Lim's first contribution to our blog. Ah memories. Sniff.

Recently the LA Weekly had an interview with the Norwegian duo who described how the band was created.

We fell in love. He became pregnant and gave birth to a small Casio watch. As our love grew, the Casio watch grew to become a Casio keyboard. And that’s how we became Datarock.
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All we know is we have our track suits laid out, and we're gearing up to see you at the Echo tonight.photo by Wathana Lim for LAist