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SINCE opening in 2003, D-Edge has burrowed its way deep into the hearts of clubbers in Brazil who favour the slightly grimier, more underground end of the clubbing spectrum. LED panels synced to the beat, Daft Punk decor and doors that stay open until noon, D-Edge is the ultimate clubbing hotspot for South America's discerning club aficionados - the sort that dig the likes of Villalobos, Vitalic, Laurent Garnier and DFA Records (all who've featured in recent months) over the Guettas and PvDs of this world.