Vancouver group Little India will be performing in Golden on May 8.

Rockwater to get taste of Little India

Vancouver’s Little India is coming to Golden for a performance on May 8.

Vancouver’s Little India is coming to Golden for a performance on May 8.

Originally from Durban, South Africa, Conan crossed paths with Andrew and Dallyn soon after his arrival in Canada. After attending their final years of school together, they all seemed to be leading different paths until Conan decided to initiate play. He called Andrew, the only bassist he knew in town, and Dallyn, a drummer who he had played with in past summers. The three friends had come together in Dallyn’s basement for a fun musical release, nothing serious. They soon realized there was more musical chemistry than initially thought.

Formed in late November of 2012, Little India has accomplished quite a bit in their lifespan thus far. Their first show was in January 2013 as an opening act. Before their set had even finished, the event promoter and venue had booked them for two headlining shows in the months to come. They have since headlined many venues around Vancouver and have shared stages that have belonged to acts such as Atlas Genius, The 1975, The Drums, Jets Overhead, and many more.

Their debut EP, “Up All Night” released November 19, 2013, was mixed by Michael Brauer (Coldplay, Rolling Stones, Atlas Genius, The Vaccines, and many more).

Little India is performing at the Rockwater Grill and Bar on May 8.

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