Mash Attacks! returns to Atlanta Eagle with Pride

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DJ Robin Skouteris and his Atlanta booth buddy Pat Scott did what they do best on Saturday when they double-teamed gay fans at the Atlanta Eagle for the Atlanta summer edition of their Mash Attacks! dance party and benefit.

The event kicked off the pair’s European tour, was an official Atlanta Stonewall Month event, and benefited Pride and Lost N Found Youth. It also served as their latest happy return to the Eagle.

“We are absolutely thrilled to be bringing Mash Attacks back to the Atlanta Eagle,” Scott told us in our kickass video preview of their mashup magic.

Based on Saturday’s crowd, the popularity of the dance party shows no signs of waning. This is the fifth Mash Attacks! after a March mashup, a kinky kiki last August, a tank top tete-a-tete in June 2012 and delightful debut that February.

Photos by Brian Hughes


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