Concert Reviews

Deltron 3030 at Cervantes', 9/16/12


The futuristic project known as Deltron 3030 and consisting of Del The Funky Homosapien, Dan "The Automator" Nakamura and DJ P-Love (sitting in for Kid Koala, who was apparently stuck in Canada) took over the stage at Cervantes last night just past midnight. Opening with "3030," the first track on the supergroup's only release, Del's statement that, "It's 3030, I want y'all to meet Deltron Zero, and Automator" probably could've been skipped: There was not one person in that place who can't recite the entire album.

See also: Del The Funky Homosapien on putting more thought into the lyrics for Deltron's new album

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