CRAZY FOR REAL HIP-HOP

While most DJs these days are fond of MP3s and software programs like Serato, Miami-based DJ Craze is a purist -- scratching vinyl the way the hip-hop faithful crave. Born Aristh Delgado, Craze first made a name for himself in the late 1990s, winning several competitions including the prestigious World DMC Championship. Like his West Coast brethren such as QBert, Craze has skills few so-called spinners today can match on the turntables. Unlike QBert, however, Craze brings some sunny Latin flavor to his sets. 9 p.m. Sun., Crash Mansion, 1024 S. Grand Ave., L.A. $25. (213) 747-0999

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