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This chapter discusses the confluence of different forces that led to the declining interest in the mobile DJ scene. Those factors were both internal (within the scene) and external. Internal factors included shortcomings in recruitment of younger members; improving fortunes for individual DJs, which weakened a need for crews as support staff; and the inability to port the successes of the mobile scene into a recording industry context. External factors included the rise of other youth cultures that competed for members, such as scratch DJing and import car crews.

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