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Video: Dirty Dem's Office Music Release Party at Radio-Active Records

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Dirty Dem at Radio-Active Records from Village Voice Media on Vimeo.

The gifted Adele Hampton was back at work this weekend doing some video magic at Dirty Dem's Office Music: The Mixtape release show at Radio-Active Records in Fort Lauderdale. The review of the madness is right here.

Additionally, if it wasn't already part of your viewing for today, check out Ian Witlen's photography from the event. Dora the Explorer, for the win.



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