DJ Sin Morera returned to Atlanta with a bang on Friday, bringing his singular beats and international reputation to an appreciative crowd at Heretic for the first of four Peach Party weekend events.
The younger crowd who is just getting to know Morera – and those men of a certain age who remember the DJ all too well – got more than a taste of gay dance circuit weekends gone by.
When the original Sin threw down the last beat of the night, it was time to rest. You see, Peach Party had just begun, continuing with two sets Saturday and yet another in the wee hours of Sunday morning.
Photos by Randall Carpenter
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