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Deadly Buda is one of rave’s Renaissance men. From the scene’s birth in the early ‘90s to the present day, Buda has catalyzed and inspired ravers around the world. Graffiti art powers his style. Prior to his first rave, Buda’s art appeared on walls, trains, and in galleries, museums and books, like 1986’s “Spray Can Art.” Leveraging his graffiti fame, he produced and DJed Pittsburgh PA’s first rave in 1991, The Psychotronic Slack Rave, and opened one of the nation’s first rave record stores, Turbo-Zen. He created flyer art for the store’s seminal events as well as graphics for Brooklyn’s Industrial Strength Records. During this time, he also wrote record reviews, editorials and scene reports for storied publications like Under One Sky, Massive, the U.K.’s Alien Underground, Germany’s Raveline, and Canada’s Streetsounds. Next, he would play at some of the USA’s most celebrated raves such as Even Furthur ‘96, headlining with such acts as Daft Punk, Frankie Bones and Mixmaster Morris. He

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