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Ultra Bingo: Sunglasses... At Night

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Yo, beat freaks! It's time again to break out your Ultra/Miami Music Week 2011 bingo cards.

Only 12 hours ago, we here at Crossfade filled our very first square by spotting a guy with the Ultra logo shaved into the back of his head at Juicy Beach. And already we're back!

That's right, we've spotted another one of those 24 ravetastic sights ... The sunglasses at night dude! His name is Magick. He likes to keep a Joker card slipped into the brim of his hat. And when we asked to take his photo, he (playfully?) threatened to cast a spell on us.

Meet Mr. Magick and his nighttime sunglasses after the jump.

In case you were curious, we found him chilling near the Ultra main stage at approximately 9:30 p.m., a full two hours after sundown. 

Why does it feel so goddamn good every time we stamp one of these squares with a big, red check mark?

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