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WHILE most drinkers are either returning home with a stranger or puking in an alleyway, the party is only just starting at Stereo. So far this year, the club has featured an impressive array of DJ talent including Dubfire, David Morales, Tiefschwarz, Visionquest and Lee Burridge, Dennis Ferrer and Martinez Brothers in recent months.

Modelled on the Paradise Garage in 1998, the club's box-within-a-box design, built to optimise acoustics, incorporates a shock-absorbing dancefloor that reduces the harmful effects of dancing all night. Devastated by fire over a decade a go, Stereo bounced back in 2008 and, while it doesn't sell any alcohol, the absence of license restrictions allows the cheerful collective to party all night, until they feel like leaving.