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Posted: Feb 14, 2005 18:31:44


Does anyone knew when the new Tosca album will be out? And whats ort of style it will be?

I hope its more Suzuki rather than Delhi 9 and a bit funkier. Delhi 9 had too many rubbishy vocals on.

Also will they do a dj tour of this album?


Posted: Feb 15, 2005 06:58:02

i agree... richard, go back to the dark-funk.

Posted: Feb 15, 2005 18:05:02

[url=]www.k7.com[/url] So may 2005 probably. Never saw Tosca as dark-funk though...

Posted: Feb 15, 2005 20:48:21

...mr.hunter is 'dark funk'....

Posted: Mar 8, 2005 21:34:38

man !!! the new tosca will come out in may2005 and i hope it will be like opera or just new trippy compositions.


Posted: Mar 9, 2005 03:13:50

anything these great composers put out will be golden

Posted: Mar 9, 2005 12:20:05

yeah riiiight... wishful thinking

Posted: Mar 16, 2005 18:07:13

I thought Suzuki had the edge on Opera.. and what I heard of Delhi 9 did sound a bit too diluted.. dre I say 'poppy'.?.. bring back the progressive funkscapes of Suzuki..

what's that Suzuki in dub remix album like? I got the Honey remix CD and there was loadsa dubbed out excursions on it. Dead good.

Posted: Mar 17, 2005 18:41:24

suzuki in dub is very nice. for me better then suzuki.
the same with fuck dub. great rmxs

Posted: Mar 21, 2005 18:37:50

I'm afraid to say that I've heard the new album (called JAC) and I was extremely disappointed.

Posted: Mar 22, 2005 01:31:57

How did you hear the new album? Finished? What does it sound like? Why is it bad, e.t.c, e.t.c

Posted: Mar 22, 2005 14:33:05

How - K7! Promo CD
Finished? - I believe so
What does it sound like? - If I say avant garde then I'm being kind
Why is it bad? - Because it's nothing like what I (and I suspect many others would have hoped for). Think Delhi 9 but even worse, loads of dodgy vocals and even some tacky electro punk /disco style stuff. The only track that is remotely ok is called pygamas.

Sorry Mr D, I've admired your work for years, get back to the heavy baselines and dubby stuff ... please.

Posted: Mar 30, 2005 02:58:57

oi oi - here it is:
for prelistening tosca - j.a.c. check out:

Posted: Mar 30, 2005 15:25:48

from the clips... i like it better than delhi 9.

Posted: Apr 4, 2005 20:32:41

From the preview clips I have to defiitely say its better than Delhi 9. I think a couple of the tracks sound a bit dodgy but 80% of it sounds promising I think. Very much looking forward to hearing the whole thing. Sounds like it could be a grower, certainly sounds a lot more interesting toward the end of the album.

Only thing im hoping for is that (because they're only clips there didnt seem like TOOO much evidence of this) dodgy vocals dont come into them tracks later on.

I was really pissed off with Tosca after Delhi 9 because there was no way they could've come out of the studio thinking that could rival Suzuki which was sublime. Hopefully, the clips promise a decent album.....

Posted: Apr 8, 2005 22:13:12

why is it on K7 and not on g-stone?

Posted: Apr 8, 2005 23:55:44

k7 is just the distributor... just like every other tosca album.

Posted: Apr 10, 2005 19:25:45

Well I heard the album as well. hmmm I can't reach the classics and yes it goes more into the delhi sound- lots vocals less dubby-funky-shit. It is ok- but not more (sorry)maybe dr rich should made a deepa cronic break before the next one. yours
friend from toronto

Posted: Apr 10, 2005 20:36:24

Thanks G's

for keeping us all updated on the latest. This place is dope if ur a fan of K and D.
And the J.A.C. album well so far it sounds good.

Posted: Apr 10, 2005 20:38:49

I forgot to say thanks to the anonymous fan who hooked it up with the website for the sound clips so we could judge for ourselves.

Posted: Apr 10, 2005 21:52:11

interesting, that there are people who like the new album...ok, music is a question of personal taste...definitely not my taste...not any more, too mainstream like, not typical enough

Posted: Apr 11, 2005 09:50:25

I think like everything in life, myself included, things change. My state of mind and my taste in music which is what I see with K and D. There style of music is changing and it reflects in there music and dj sets. You can listen to Kruder's latest mix at futureboogie.com and you can see how his taste in music has changed. I like the way there sound is going and not everyone is going to like it. But just my opinion ya know. Don't get me wrong though, I miss the BEATS and I love the DUB!!!!!



Posted: Apr 11, 2005 14:48:41

i know this set as many others, and i never liked peters sets (except for a thew tunes), because they are too housy for my taste.
i liked richards sets more (nearly two years ago), he knew how to mix a dubby set (snowbombing, birthday bash, etc). but since then something changed...
as someone said before: the best tonic is chronic, maybe that would help

Posted: Apr 11, 2005 19:54:44

does richard even beatmix on his sets anymore?.. snowbombing sounds more like he's just moving between bpm's... not cool.

Posted: Apr 11, 2005 22:09:58

beatmixing is not the only skill that counts..not for me.. i liked his live sets because he knew to guide the crowd through the evening with an excellent choice of tunes and a variety from slow to fast tracks and back and so on

Posted: Apr 12, 2005 07:34:46

I recently heard Richard's set at bossa nova in los angeles and it sounded alot like Peter's style, a little of house and some techno. I was hoping to hear something more like the K7 mix but I liked what he played. But it seems like their sound is going towards house.

Posted: Apr 13, 2005 16:26:19


Posted: Apr 13, 2005 16:29:24

Its not all about beatmatching like Perrez says, its about taking the set in the direction you want. Breaking it back down every now and then makes it more interesting.

Kruder needs to keep on with the funkier breaks I heard him play last summer in between all the techno stuff which im not a fan of.

Any news of K and D or either coming to the uk anytime soon? They're both playing Flex in Vienna at the end of this month

Posted: Apr 14, 2005 19:41:15

changing BPM "every now and then" is fine... but mixing it up every single tune like rich does @ snowbombing is ridiculous. the point is to keep the energy high and constant while moving the music in a direction. having to stop dancing at the end of every tune to find the new step of the BPM is annoying.

Posted: Apr 14, 2005 23:14:54

use the slow tunes to go out and take a deep breath.. ;-)
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