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Radio Phoenix Summer's End Pool Party: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

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If you left the house at all this weekend, you may have found it hard to believe that the "official" end of summer is just around the corner. Luckily Radio Phoenix still throws a party even when it's as hot as hell.

The volunteer-driven, Phoenix-based radio station held the event at the Clarendon Hotel on Saturday to raise money for their operational costs -- and it wasn't difficult to draw pool party addicts with promised appearances from William Reed (of course), Pablo Gomez, Byron Fenix, Djentrification, Sean Watson and Sens I.

Per usual, the good's above, and you can check out the bad and ugly after the jump ... and don't forget to catch all the details in our full Radio Phoenix Summer's End Pool Party slideshow.

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