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Dyke March After-Party at the Eagle

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I couldn't stay for every performance, but enjoyed the onstage and offstage antics.
Photos after the jump.

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We Float Rocked the party to its knees.

Then I really enjoyed Fix Her to Mix Her, because they played "Oh Bondage, Up Yours!" and "Cherry Bomb". Plus the singer displayed utter disregard for her personal safety, which always makes for a good frontperson. Their set was too short.

Next we enjoyed the once-again too-short burlesque of Off Ramp.

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