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Photos: Two nights of Re:Creation at Cervantes'

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Euphonic Conceptions' "Re:Creation" at Cervantes's Masterpiece Ballroom ended its two-night run last night with a banging closing set from Opuio. Unfortunately, fellow headliner Jakwob couldn't make it, purportedly because he broke his arm and therefore couldn't play, but nonetheless Cervantes got down.

Both sides of the venue were filled with contrasting music, but somehow it meshed perfectly giving dual-venue ticket holders the opportunity to witness quality live funk, real hip-hop, glitch-hop, dubstep and some mellow, electronic beats. We've compiled some photos from both nights, so click through, find yourself dub stepping or hip-hopping, and enjoy.

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