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This chapter examines the “external” factors that fueled the scene’s overall growth, including the intertwined social networks connecting DJ crews, friends, peer-run student or church groups, middle-class parents and relatives, and Filipino community groups. Those networks formed the “social infrastructure” through which crews and clients could find one another, helping to circulate the necessary economic capital to help build the mobile scene over time.

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