Monday, June 30, 2003

submission jun.03

A night of gags, duct tape, bananas, whipped cream, plastic wrap, clothes pins and Saint Andrew's cross by Inferno de L'Impur, with beats from DJs Sacrifice, Replikant, FBM© & Shaydephyre.

Saturday, June 28, 2003

videodrome 1.0

A fierce night of Techno through Live PA with producer Adam Jay from Indianapolis, with local DJ support by Konsept and Offtrack.  The event was billed as the "first in a series of video installations dedicated to the idea of modern technology in art and music."   Video producer VJ Ones projected images throughout much of the space, with the intent "to convey a feeling or mood, using modern day multi-media" with a backdrop of Techno in this Videodrome.

Monday, June 23, 2003

the cutting edge w/ breakbotix

Another visit to the weekly out at The Bunker to check out Breakbotix, but for some reason or another Soda was the only of the three to make it out to play.  It didn't seem to matter to the folks dancing though...

Friday, June 20, 2003


We headed out to St Louis for an all-nighter at a relatively new hot spot for such ravy wavy things. featuring Supa DJ Dmitry, Ron Carrol, Nigel Richards, Empress, Jiminy Kick It, Bounce, with additional music in the Boogie Lounge from Danskii, DARB, Trevor Matthews, Tetsuo,  & PDP.

Saturday, June 14, 2003

lost in broklyn

Another wild night at the ATM, for a little house party.

summer in acapulco

A private little party out south for a local marketing guy that I bumped into at Martini Gras.  It was quite a lot of fun, and I met quite a few interesting folks along the way... fireside, poolside, in the sandbox, and all over the backyard.

Wednesday, June 11, 2003

wild style wednesdays w/ dj proof

It was a packed house at Kabal this Wednesday for DJ Proof out of Lawrence, Kansas.  Everyone was out representing for this event.

Monday, June 09, 2003

the cutting edge

Made a second trip out for this weekly event, along with a few other folks.  It is hard to tell if this night will really take off.  It is kind of a hard sell to get folks to travel outside of the downtown, but anything is possible I suppose when good music is involved.