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Fuse
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Techno is the lifeblood of Fuse. In a country normally associated with chocolates, beer and bureaucracy, Fuse is a beacon of hedonistic release with an electric atmosphere and a famously up-for-it-crowd.

Since its inception in 1994, Fuse has welcomed such techno royalty as Jeff Mills, Steve Bug, Derrick May, Ricardo Villalobos and tons more.

“Fuse is undoubtedly the most important long-running techno club historically in Europe. It’s an institution that continues to have relevance where other clubs go trendy and subsequently fall to the wayside,” offers Dave Clarke.

1
FABRIC
2
SPACE IBIZA
3
AMNESIA
4
The End
5
WOMB
6
Panorama Bar
7
PACHA IBIZA
8
GUVERNMENT
9
WARUNG
10
WATERGATE
11
ZOUK SINGAPORE
12
Turnmills
13
The Arches
14
DC-10
15
Yellow
16
17
SANKEYS MCR
18
Stereo
19
ROBERT JOHNSON
20
BERGHAIN
21
SIRENA
22
RAZZMATAZZ
23
The Ministry Of Sound
24
Pacha Miami
25
Plastic People
26
Cocoon
27
Pawn Shop Lounge
28
The Barfly
29
La Mania
30
SUB CLUB
31
Tribehouse
32
My House
33
D-EDGE
34
MINISTRY OF SOUND
35
FABRIK
36
Vanguard
37
CIELO
38
Circa
39
Pacha Buenos Aires
40
The Rex
41
La Terrazza
42
Spy Bar
43
PRIVILEGE
44
Space Miami
45
TRESOR
46
Weekend
47
CAVO PARADISO
48
Mix Club
49
Kristal
50
MANSION
51
AGEHA
52
Ruby Skye
53
Propaganda
54
Pacha Sharm
55
Fuse
56
Kelly's
57
Home Sydney
58
Air
59
Club 205
60
Club 11
61
Heaven
62
Mission
63
Nitsa
64
Club Crystal
65
Audio
66
Factory Club
67
68
Culture Club
69
Koko
70
Alter Ego
71
Trilogy
72
ANZUCLUB
73
La Péniche Concorde Atlantique
74
The End Up
75
El Divino
76
COCORICO
77
Paradiso
78
Club V4
79
MAD CLUB
80
Angels Of Love
81
Babyface
82
Avalon
83
M2
84
CHINESE LAUNDRY
85
Stiff Kitten
86
THE LOFT
87
Monza
88
Il Muretto
89
La Cova Forest Club
90
The Sullivan Room
91
Coco
92
Volar
93
Cabaret Voltaire
94
Villa Oslo
95
The Mass
96
Seone
97
Gt Banana
98
Barutana
99
The Caves
100
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