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Local funksters Lazy K. haven’t been too visible on the D.C. club scene lately, but the group’s guitarist and songwriter Keith Lofton says he’s been “crazy busy.” Lofton, a former member of Basehead, has been trying to get his band’s fall ’97 debut, Life in One Day, released in Japan. He’s also been working on material for Lazy K.’s next album, and he and his combo have been touring “the school circuit” in New York, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. Lofton also notes that he’s been producing some upcoming local R&B performers as part of the Elements of the Reproductions musicians collective, and finally, is finishing up a short, tongue-in-cheek book to be titled 100 Signs You’ve Been in D.C. Too Long. (SK)