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Lambchop, Black Mass, and Trance Shenanigans Over the Weekend

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Lambchop at The Monarch Theatre, 9/22/12 A freaky feast of visual art, groovy sounds, sexy fetish models, and hip fun was on tap at The Monarch Theatre on Saturday, September 22. Local party promoter Jen Deveroux hosted the affair, which featured works from more than 80 locals aritsts and a variety of performances.

Black Mass: Venetian Masquerade at Sanctum, 9/21/12 Local DJs Apollynon and Aeternum staged a fantastical evening of costumes, masks, and old school goth and industial music on Friday, September 21, at Sanctum.

Paul Oakenfold at El Santo in Scottsdale, 9/21/12 The swanky, beach-themed North Scottsdale bar El Santo was packed to the brim with an upscale rave crowd hanging out poolside while world-renowned trance DJ Paul Oakenfold got people moving. There were plenty of bikinis, funky sunglasses, and Lamborghinis to be seen on Friday, September 21.

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