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John Digweed's Miami Music Week Getdown at the Vagabond, March 26

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You tweetcasted from the port-a-potty.

You got goofy and sunburned with Simian Mobile Disco, Boys Noize, and a middle-aged, glowstick-wielding paramedic at Day Two of Ultra Music Festival.

And then (so long as you didn't overdo it and pass out in a trash pile behind the Tower of Ultra) your afterhours were spent skulking around the Black Magick Miami Party and busting nuts with the Ed Banger boys at Bar.

But you didn't miss John Digweed's dignified getdown at the Vagabond, did you? Well, if so, that sucks. At least, we brought back a bunch of photos.

See the cut for some Digweed pics.

See the full John Digweed at the Vagabond slideshow.

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