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It says a lot about a club scene if its venues stand the test of time. Along with fellow countryman, Antwerp's Cafe d'Anvers (No.84 in this poll), Fuse has survived over 15 years of beat supremacy without compromising in the slightest, reaching the higher echelons of this poll once again because of it. Born in 1993 and still dedicated to the tenets of house and techno engrained into the same music scene that gave birth to R&S Records all those years ago, it's continued to move with the times. Last month invited Nina Kraviz, Seth Troxler, Ricardo Villalobos and Len Faki into this recently redesigned dungeon of rave, now kitted out with enough lasers and LEDs to convince ET he's finally made it home.