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Thursday, August 28, 2014

GROM releases new AUX adapter for your budget

GROM Audio is excited to announce the release of our newest aftermarket audio adapter the G-AUX! This easy-to-use adapter that will transform drivers' vehicles into mobile media centers. Giving drivers the ability to connect a variety of electronics, including Apple products such as  iPhone, iPad and iPod, this aftermarket solution provides consumers with crystal clear sound quality through the vehicle's speakers. Supplying drivers with the power to utilize applications stored on their multimedia device such as navigation, business look up, music streaming and many more, the GROM AUX adapter will transform your day-to-day driving experience.

Using the 3.5mm phone jack, drivers can connect the G-AUX main module through the auxiliary connector provided upon purchase, creating a direct-connection for seamless integration. Priced to fit your budget at $54.99, this audio adapter gives you everything you want and nothing you do not need. At a price that is affordable for anyone's budget, this adapter will transform your outdated stereo system into a modern media player!

Head over to gromaudio.com and grab the code for a special $10 off coupon for any of our GROM-USB2P or BT3 kits too. Available for this this holiday weekend only!!

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Get Your End of Summer Music Fix with GROM Audio [Playlist]

The month of August represents that the end of summer, meaning the new school year is just around the corner, BBQ season is closing and cold weather is slowly approaching. But there is still time for you to get in your last hurrah with a road trip to your end of summer music festival. While the trend of music festivals has grown astronomically over the last few years, with attendance of infamous gatherings like Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo hitting the hundreds of thousands—there are still countless options for you to get your music fix without the crowds and the repeated lineups.

North Coast Music Festival
About: Celebrating its 5th anniversary, North Coast Festival takes place in downtown Chicago; giving attendees the vast city skyline as a backdrop to their music listening experience. Known for a plethora of electronic artists, this music festival brings Chicago a laundry list of big name EDM artists and up-and-coming underground acts alike.
When: August 29-31
Where: Chicago, IL
Who to see: Kid Kudi, STS9, Bassnectar, Snoop Dog, Alesso, Zeds Dead, Little Dragon*, Cashmere Cat, Future Islands, Keys'N Krates, Riff Raff, Talib Kweli

Austin City Limits
About: The long running Austin City Limits festival encompasses more than just a musical experience for attendees, with featured food trucks, art installations and a local market which showcases to essence of everything Austin. With a variety of genres showcased at this Texas festival, attendees can catch classic rock, indie, EDM and hip-hop acts over two back-to-back weekends.
When: October 3-5; 10-12
Where: Austin, TX
Who to see: Pearl Jam, Skrillex, Out Kast, Eminem, Beck, Foster the People. Lana Del Ray*, Chromeo, Childish Gambino, Major Lazer, The Avett Brothers, Sam Smith, Real Estate

Dimensions Festival
About: Known as one of Europe's largest underground music festivals, Dimensions is known for its impeccable sound systems and its picturesque beach locale. Popularized by the curation of countless unknown and up-and-coming electronic acts, this festival features of the sounds of tech, house, dubstep and drum & bass.
When: August 28 – September 1
Where: Pula, Croatia
Who to see: Warpaint, Caribou, DARKSIDE, Special Rewuest, The Internet, Nina Kraviz, Ben Klock, Theo Parrish, Kode 9, Mala, Floating Points, Omar

Electric Zoo
About: Founded in 2009 and taking place every Labor Day weekend, Electric Zoo music festival features a wide variety of electronic music act as well. Known for growing into one of the largest mainstream EDM in the United States, this musical experience has reached crowds of 150,000 over the years.
When: August 29 - 31
Where: New York, NY
Who to see: David Guetta, Dada Life, Carnage, Datsik, Jamie XX, Gorgon City, Fehrplay, Nervo, Kill Paris, Dirty South, Alesso, Kaskade, The Magician, UZ, Morgan Page, ATB

About: Coming up this weekend, this Montreal based music festival boasts some of the best urban artists of today. Featuring many of Canada's rising stars, this music festivals showcases main stage big names and unique unknowns alike.
When: August 15-16
Where: Montreal, Canada
Who to see: Dillion Francsis, Tiesto, Adventure Club, Iggy Azalea, The Knocks*, Tyga, Thomas Jack*, Juicy J, Seven Lions

GROM Audio has created an end of summer playlist to get your road trip to your festival started off right. Check our our summer inspired picks at our Soundcloud page and catch some tracks from featured artists at these upcoming festivals. Happy listening
(*featured on our August Playlist)