Monday, June 28, 2004

blo luau

The weekly at the Empire hosted a hot little Luau, with DJ TwoHeavy at the helm, along with cQuence.

sister machine gun

A fun Monday night down at Davey's with Sister Machine Gun.

Saturday, June 26, 2004

bangin under the stars

This party went off out in the middle of nowhere Kansas, near Wamego.  Joe did almost all of the photos for this one, having arrived much earlier.  Solaris and I got bogged down in Topeka, and then a gas station in Wamego, after locking my keys in the car.  Surprisingly, assistance with that matter was relatively easy to come by.

The event promised three stages, but by the time I got there, there appeared to only be one as the central focus.  The Woods stage featured Buddha Kai, Just John, Shawn New, Johnny Treymane & Tony Markham, Sydeburnz, Offtrack vs n.9, Gaia & eMCee Carbon, Omen w/ Senseone, and Ethan Bliss.

The Junkyard stage featured Tone Tailor, Stryder, Doughboy, Alter Ego, Austin Tacious, Kali, and Patrick Everwood.  Meanwhile, the Pond stage featured DJ Deconstruction, Mingus, Bucho, Sketch (Skizm), Bobby Duracel, James Ehrman, DJ Tres, DJ Juan Beat-O, and Tim Hjersted & Alan Paul.

Thursday, June 24, 2004

a loft party

On a completely random invitation, DJ Solaris and I played a little event down in some loft in the West Bottoms.  It was quite a lot of fun, all night long.

Tuesday, June 22, 2004

wings for angel

A small benefit for a friend facing complexities, featuring DJs Bucho, Mr. Nuro, The Professor, and Synnister, out on the deck in Westport.

Sunday, June 20, 2004

the drum diaries us tour after party

After the main event over at the Madrid, most everyone relocated to a funky little spot in the west bottoms, and kept the party going.

Saturday, June 19, 2004

the drum diaries us tour

The Drum Diaries US Tour dropped in on the Madrid by Kansas City, featuring Cyantific and Merly B, with local support from c-Quence, Tony Markham & Johnny Tremayne, Mike McGrath & Marcus Shadden, and c-Vaughn

All photos by Joe


We only dropped in for Saturday, but had quite a bit of fun out at Clinton Lake State Park for this first festival in long while, featuring over 70 bands on 3 stages over 4 days.  The North Mississippi Allstars, Los Lonely Boys, and Derek Trucks Band headlined the party on Friday On Saturday, it was Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Keller Williams, and O.A.R., and STS9, Leftover Salmon, and Galactic on Sunday.

Friday, June 18, 2004