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Total Raised

$2.1M

Last Raised

$2.1M

About Darox

Developer of core technology centered on products for the critical care market, specifically electrode nets for cardiac defibrillators. The company acquired Neuroscience of Milpitas, CA in January 1989. Neuroscience produced a computerized electroencephalograph (EEG) brain wave imager to evaluate and diagnose neurological disorders such as Epilepsy and Alzheimer's. The only previous round listed reflects the acquisition of Neuroscience.

Darox Headquarter Location

7825 Fay Avenue Suite 200

La Jolla, California, 92037,

United States

(619)456-3577

Latest Darox News

D.on Darox & The Melody Joy Bakers make Austin their home during SXSW

Mar 19, 2015

AddThis These tags are automatically generated. The Daily Texan does not guarantee their accuracy. Published on March 18, 2015 at 7:14 pm Last update on March 18, 2015 at 7:28 pm By Katie Walsh A trio of traveling gypsy musicians has made Austin their temporary home this week. With cigarettes dangling loosely from their lips, D.on Darox & The Melody Joy Bakers flooded the corner of 6th and Congress with a type of music they call “dirty gypsy blues.” The eccentric trio perform with a single drum, a white string bass and D.on Darox on accordion and vocals. Their sound is a mix of swing and Americana roots music with a New Orleans vibe, although they prefer to just call it “dirty gypsy blues.” The “dirty” in ”dirty gypsy blues” refers to from Darox’s raspy vocals — and the “gypsy” alludes to the band’s nomadic lifestyle. Rachel Zein | Daily Texan Staff “We just crash in different cities and play on the streets everywhere,” Darox said. The Melody Joy Bakers may be street performance veterans, but this is the trio’s first time at South by Southwest. Although they were temporarily hesitant because of the prevalence of EDM shows, Darox said they are happy to be in Austin meeting new people. “It’s big, it’s nice, it’s fun, it’s good,” Darox said. The band doesn’t have any official gigs, Darox said, but plans to perform for tips on the streets until Saturday. They are also selling their second self-released full-length album Tango. “This is what we do for a living — we are professional buskers and we have a good time,” Darox said. Get Daily Texan News Alerts in your Inbox Follow Us:

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