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Drag, strip 

Plus disappearing DJs and the sounds of soul

You don't have to take your clothes off

click to enlarge JASIATIC

Nate Mitchell of the band Cars Can Be Blue shows off his muscle-bound frame June 14 during a performance at Snug Harbor.

Hide and spin

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DJ Fraser, one half of the wax-spinning duo The Fresh Catz, ducks behind a turntable at last Wednesday's edition of Pop Life at Loft 1523. The event featured a "buzz" party for L.A.'s American Black Film Festival, which was sponsored by the local marketing company Two Girls and a Dream Productions.

Soul sister

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Local hip-hop/soul vocalist Cleo Jones belts out lyrics at the "Women Who Jam" event, which went down June 11 at Allure.

Dude looks like a lady

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Niki Eaves (aka Nina Garcia) -- who judged the Ms. Sweet Charity drag show at Charlotte Eagle on June 13 -- poses for a snapshot. For more photos, visit www.qcafterdark.com.

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