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Set Times for Windish Showcase With Busy P, Drop the Lime, and Radio Slave Tonight

You've slept. You've showered. You've done a little bit of pre-drinking while dancing naked around your apartment. You've finally slipped into some clean clothes. And now you're starting to feel like the time is right to strip down again and sacrifice your Ultra week virginity.

So why not head to a debauched industry party like tonight's Windish Agency Showcase at Bardot? There'll be plenty of willing party boys including Canblaster and Panteros 666, Untold, Villa, Drop the Lime, Brodinski, Sebastian, DJ Mehdi, Busy P, Z-Trip, John Acquaviva, Jesse Rose, and Radio Slave. And if indeed you stick with that plan to go nude and get weird, here's the best news of all: This particular club's got a ban on cameras of all kinds.

See the cut for full Windish Agency Showcase set times.

Windish Agency Showcase Set Times

10 p.m. Canblaster & Panteros 666

10:45 p.m. Untold

11:15 p.m. Villa

11:45 p.m. Drop The Lime

12:15 p.m. Brodinski

12:45 p.m. Sebastian

1:15 p.m. DJ Mehdi

1:45 p.m. Busy P

2:30 p.m. Z-Trip

3:15 p.m. John Acquaviva

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3:45 p.m. Jesse Rose

4:15 p.m. Radio Slave

Windish Agency Showcase with Canblaster & Panteros 666, Untold, Villa, Drop the Lime, Brodinski, Sebastian, DJ Mehdi, Busy P, Z-Trip, John Acquaviva, Jesse Rose, and Radio Slave. Wednesday, March 23. Bardot, 3456 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The party starts at 10 p.m. Call 305-588-8981 or visit bardotmiami.com.

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