Built on Brava Beach in one of Southern Brazil's most renowned spots, Warung's name is derived from the Balinese for 'house', a statement of its welcoming intent to the thousands who flocks there during its summer season, but also a concrete statement of the over-riding music policy on offer.
With a taste that leans more to Sao Paulo's European bent than the US influence felt in the rest of Brazil, Warung has played host to the cream of underground talent from Luciano and Laurent Garnier to Michael Mayer and Layo & Bushwaka, with techno big-guns like Ritchie Hawtin and right-warungun Sven Väth also destroying one of it's two dancefloors.
"Everything is in harmony," reckons Croatian born house-maestro Solomun. "The people, the DJ booth, the club, the sound and the atmosphere. When sun comes up in the morning, the view from the DJ booth paired with the dancing people in front is beautiful!"