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Maria 909 on Growing Up Hardcore, The Limelight & 90s NYC Raves

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Maria 909 has operated behind the scenes at some of the most famous events on the East Coast, from The Limelight nightclub to Industrial Strength parties, from Def Mix deep house events to Melting Point protest raves. Promotion, record distro, management: she's done it all. She joins us to revisit the dark and light of the 90s NYC rave scene, from growing up near Coney Island and falling in love with hardcore to witnessing the death and rebirth of the underground in the city that never sleeps. Visit RavetotheGrave.org or follow us on Instagram at @ravetothe.grave.

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