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Gerard Meraz
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    Los Angeles at the turn of the century became the new music capital of the world, with DJs at the center of activity. DJs from all over the world moved to Los Angeles to work in the film industry making...
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    The 1990s saw DJ culture become self aware and grow exponentially as new media like magazines, radio shows and the Internet took DJ-based entertainment to broader levels and communication became nearly instantaneous. The backyard party DJs of the 1990s had...
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    By the 1980s DJ culture was fully entrenched in the Eastside. Record stores, DJ equipment rental and sales shops dotted the streets. Printing companies and downtown clothing emporiums like The Factory, catered to the DJs, promoters and the growing crowds...
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    The early pioneers of Eastside DJ culture were a new breed of aficionados that innovated a paradigm for dance-based entertainment. They utilized hand-drawn and linotype-made flyers that promoted their DJ names and events to an audience that would make them...
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    Los Angeles at the turn of the century became the new music capital of the world, with DJs at the center of activity. DJs from all over the world moved to Los Angeles to work in the film industry making...
  • Entry
    The 1990s saw DJ culture become self aware and grow exponentially as new media like magazines, radio shows and the Internet took DJ-based entertainment to broader levels and communication became nearly instantaneous. The backyard party DJs of the 1990s had...
  • Entry
    By the 1980s DJ culture was fully entrenched in the Eastside. Record stores, DJ equipment rental and sales shops dotted the streets. Printing companies and downtown clothing emporiums like The Factory, catered to the DJs, promoters and the growing crowds...
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    The early pioneers of Eastside DJ culture were a new breed of aficionados that innovated a paradigm for dance-based entertainment. They utilized hand-drawn and linotype-made flyers that promoted their DJ names and events to an audience that would make them...