Night Moves: Erotic Bash at Skye Bar

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It wasn't easy coming up with just one shot with which to tease this mid-week Night Moves set. If the photos from last night are any indication, it's a wild scene down at Skye Bar's monthly "Erotic Bash" parties, between the body art, the slow-dancing, the grinding up against mirrors and the general lack of clothing. Salsa dancing, hip hop dance battles and music from DJ ASAP rounded out the night.

While you weigh whether or not to head down to the next one of these, you can check out this photo set by Roderick Pullum.

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