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Posted: Oct 22, 2005 16:56:21

check the K7 webpage tour list in December. so far: Chicago, DC, NYC, LA, San Fran


Posted: Oct 23, 2005 03:52:07

Nice... Hopefully they won't forget Philadelphia!


Posted: Oct 23, 2005 15:07:03

i doubt richard will go to philly... better buy your NYC tix when they go on sale.


Posted: Oct 28, 2005 00:39:10

any way of knowing whether it will be DJ set or live performance?


Posted: Oct 28, 2005 03:29:34 · Edited by: gregb

a bit of both like the euro shows... check out more details here:

http://www.giantstep.net/events/518/

especially escited about fritz being along... he's as artistic as one can get... awesome visuals!


Posted: Dec 5, 2005 20:38:28

I saw the Tosca show in Chicago this weekend. It was great to finally see Dr. Richard spin and I had a great time! :)

The billing and venue were badly billed, I was expecting a Tosca concert, and not a sound system show, and this show would have been much better in a club as opposed to the big theater. There wasn't really much room to dance.

I also have to call out my fellow Chicagoans for talking loudly over Rupert Huber's piano piece to open the show. That was very rude, and not nice to do to our foreign guests of such magnitude.

I was a little disappointed Huber didn't play keys along with Dr. Rich's Tosca mixes, which were delightfuly different from the CDs.

Dr. Rich put on the best DJ performance I've seen in 4-5 years with some truly obscure wax, but it was strange seeing him spin some House in the middle of the set. Even some Chicagoans are tired of House music. The MC's were great too.

Fritz's visuals were exceptional, a true highlight. I'd see this show again for that only.

Truly a great show, and thanks for winging over from Vienna and warming up a cold snowy Chicago night.


Posted: Dec 6, 2005 09:23:09

has anybody recorded the dubclub session of stereotyp & al haca
yesterday 5.12.05 ???? looking for this one!!!


Posted: Dec 6, 2005 19:32:10

yes, it will be nice to hear the new stereo-haca combination...most probably will be available on PLAY.fm web site this week... be aware! lets see how inspiring was NYC to them bwoyyyyyyys. BIG UP!

bäshmeister


Posted: Dec 6, 2005 20:19:24

yes, it will be nice to hear the new stereo-haca combination...most probably will be available on PLAY.fm web site this week... be aware! lets see how inspiring was NYC to them bwoyyyyyyys. BIG UP!

bäshmeister


Posted: Dec 8, 2005 17:09:51

was anyone at the nyc show last night?

i'm always very happy to see the dr. spin and i actually was digging the huber piano session too. while not the best set i've ever heard from dorfmeister, it was still better than most other dj's. one thing i noticed is that the european crowds definitely have a better energy for this type of music. the new york crowd was pretty lame, imho.

peace,
thomas


Posted: Dec 8, 2005 22:51:13

I saw the WashingtonDC show Sunday. Very good show- lots of room to dance at 9:30 club. Went to the 18th street lounge later, and met lots of cool people- everyone agreed that it was a good show.

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Posted: Dec 8, 2005 23:56:52

ESL is about as stuffy as it gets... schade.
 

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