Over the weekend: P.O.S. at the Marquis and Drag the River at 3 Kings

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On Friday night, P.O.S. played a sold-out show at the Marquis with Grieves with Budo, Dessa (of Doomtree) and The Pirate Signal, and then on Saturday night, Drag the River played with Cheap Girls at 3 Kings Tavern.

Our boy Aaron Thackeray was there and took a grip of snaps. Take a gander at those and all our other recent nightlife pix. Think of it as your own private peep show, sans the nudity -- well, unless you're astute enough to find the NSFW shots, that is.

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