Put the internationally revered mashup mixes of Greek sensation DJ Robin Skouteris and Atlanta’s own DJ Pat Scott together with a benefit for Lost N Found Youth, and you’ve got the return of the Eagle’s Mash Attack! on Saturday.
Always loyal Atlanta Eagle patrons mixed with gay dancing queens for an eclectic blend, much like Skouteris’ talent for putting divergent pop, dance and house tracks together for a whole new vibe.
The evening was a return engagement for the European DJ, whose first Atlanta Mash Attacks! party in February was wildly successful. Just like last time, Saturday’s throwdown raised money for Lost N Found, the local group that helps homeless LGBT youth.
Photos by Randall Carpenter
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