Book Finally Available


"An Oral History of DJ Culture From
East Los Angeles"
by Gerard Meraz

Master's thesis that documents the history of East Los Angeles DJ culture by interviewing several prominent DJs that were active between 1980-2004. Published in conjunction w/ A 30 yr. survey of DJ Culture from East L.A. at G727 in dwntwn Los Angeles, through Sept. 2008
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Anonymous said...

I'm glad you published your thesis. Gamboa will be proud. I'm proud of this accomplishment too. Purchased a copy to support. -Y

Anonymous said...

looks enticing! I'll buy it to read after I read Loza's Barrio Rhythms and I'll lobby the Harvard Library System to purchase one or two copies for their archives.

la rebelde said...

That's great that you published it! I have an amigo who writes about Asian Ams in hip hop. Can't wait to tell him about your book. How exciting.

Pachuco 3000 said...

Thanks for the words of encouragement and hope.

El Random Hero said...

It does look like a great read. I'm going to pick it up just because this is so foreign and new to me. When it comes down to it, I'm a metal head at heart.