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Hunx and His Punx Get Kinky at Churchill's Pub on April 13

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Goddamn we've missed Seth Bogart.

The flamboyantly forthcoming Hunx and His Punk frontman left us shirtless and begging for a trip to "Lover's Lane" when he visited us in September 2011, feeling like extras in a John Waters flick and questioning the respective sizes of Jacuzzi Boys' dicks following the Sailor Jerry-sponsored set at The Stage.

On Friday, April 13, Hunx returns to Miami for a predictably raunchy one night stand of queercore garage rock, boner references and pee fetish pillow talk at Churchill's. And his label, Hardly Art, wants y'all to "come out and get frisky."

Hairdresser Blues is Bogart's latest effort and first solo record "about love, hairspray, and rollers, all backed by contagious pop melodies with streaks of glam." The ten-track album was inspired by San Francisco glory holes near the Golden Gate Bridge, "man caves" Hunx swears he's never fully explored.

"If you walk all the way to the end near the Golden Gate Bridge there are actually little tiny caves and handmade private rooms made out of rocks from the ocean," Bogart tells IFC. "Men go and have sex in these private rooms."

Sounds kinky and environmentally conscious if you ask us.

Hunx and His Punx with Natural Child. Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m., Churchill's Pub (5501 NE 2nd Ave, Miami). Visit www.hardlyart.com.

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