Monday, September 29, 2003
Saturday, September 27, 2003
With a theme featuring the Power Puff Girls, who could resist; not many from that area, and then some from St Louis and Kansas City. We didn't make it down until around 10 pm, and the party was already in full swing. It was a fun-filled night indeed.
Friday, September 26, 2003
There was a little Afterhours event down at the dirty little Guinotte place. I am not sure what the occasion was, but there were some fine beats from the likes of Radionic, Clockwerk, Bucho, and Jon NuSkool.
Thursday, September 25, 2003
I dropped in for a few quick shots of Darian's birthday celebration. I think he is manager or something like that. It was kind of early, and there were not too many folks there.
Sunday, September 21, 2003
How could I pass up the opportunity to visit the 2nd Annual Libra Soiree (aka the birthday party for Robin - BPostive). Tyrone Blea, Ninalicious Maxx, KTHPM, Roland, J-Fyvo and Fitzroger rounded out the lineup. There might have been someone after that, but the photo is cut off. It was great time though, and I look forward to the 3rd in the series. Happy Birthday, Robin!
Friday, September 19, 2003
After the little bash downtown with CROMA, I dropped in to catch the last bit of the rehearsal by the I band at their little spot in the bottoms. All followed up by beats from a few local DJs.
A different sort of event took the stage, in a bit of a rave / spiritual setting, featuring Jeffrey Zion out of Indianapolis, Ethan Bliss from Manhattan, Guru Sole out of Lawrence, and KC locals DCVS and Dan & Jon.
Thursday, September 18, 2003
Frisky turned Kabal upside with the East Coast Boogiemen from DC dropped into town and battled The Lawnchair Generals to keep the dance floor moving. They definitely succeeded. This was a fun and fabulous night, once again proving Kabal is the place to be.
Wednesday, September 17, 2003
A crazy Wednesday night at the Hurricane, with a visit from Bizar out of Washington, DC, along with support from local support from 1.800 vs Phelyne, SvS, Dappa aka KTHPM, Ben Fuller, and Clockwerk from Breakbotix. At one point a bridal party invaded the space adding their own sort of flavor.
Sunday, September 14, 2003
On late notice, I took out for midtown, after hearing about a little impromptu gig at the shelter at Loose Park. I am not entirely sure if more folks had been there or not. By the time I got there, all that was left was a DJ playing for a promoter, another DJ, a dedicated fan, one guy passed out, and someone claiming to be a former Hare Krishna from Oregon. We had fun just hanging around though, listening to House.