>One, so was anyone at the ninja Tune stealth show at Wetlands on
>Saturday and what'd you think.
I was there. I made the 4 hour trek from Pennsylvania to NYC. It was
really worth it. Kid Koala was the man in my opinion. I was talking to
him after the show for a really long time. Very friendly and down to
earth. He was telling us that some people on the tour didn't really
enjoy the show b/c they "could not dance to it". I have to say that I
was just in awe with my jaw to the floor to what they were doing to those
1200s. It's true though -- it wasn't really dance floor oriented stuff.
I was sitting on the left side of the stage most of the night watching
the graphics people (Hex) do their magic. My brother was actually
sprawled out on the left side monitor. He kept talking to PC (of DJ
Food) who also seemed genuinly friendly. He kept showing us the records
we really liked and the label they were on. Oh yeah, I also picked up
the DJ Food tape -- it's raw! As far as Coldcut go, the guy without the
long blonde hair (no hat) didn't really seem into it! It was weird. At
the end we wanted to take a picture with him and he was sort of
unfriendly about it. I guess if people always wanted to take pictures
with me, I might be annoyed with it too...Oh well...
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