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From rock ’n’ roll to teddy boys and rockers and mods and punks and discos heads and future heads and new romantics and ravers and casuals and gothic—
Fortunately, temperatures dropped after sunset, and the stagnant heat became a distant memory as the nighttime rejuvenated the ravers.
The weirdos were: young gay boys, old hippies of varying sexuality, straight artists and musicians, softball lesbians, punk-rock dykes who played house music, metal musicians, ravers, or people into the fetish scene.
The duo's Lightning In A Bottle festival has always been a fixture for L.A. ravers.
Lots of ravers under 30, shifting from the casual to the committed as day turns to morning.
Yet, save for a pop cultural archivist here and there (or perhaps a raver), very few of those variations have found an audience beyond the age-3-and-up children for whom My Little Pony is intended.
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Definition of raver for English Language Learners
: someone who goes to a rave
: someone who goes to many parties
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