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Warung
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While it's still booming, Brazil's clubs industry has struggled to pay the extortionate fees expected by international EDM DJs amid economy decline in recent years. As a result, the local underground scene has thrived as bookers have looked closer to home, opting to bring the more rhythmic, funk-driven sounds of deep house to its vibrant, carnivalesque people.

One club that's always had its eye on the crème de la crème of top-tier house and techno, however, is Warung (since 2002, in fact); a giant Bali-themed teepee in the jungle creatively directed by D-Edge owner and DJ, Renato Ratier. 

A fabled clubbing haunt among DJs and clued up clubbers all over the world due to its penchant for excellent line-ups, the likes of Dixon, Mano Le Tough and Pete Tong all spun here recently, but it's the miraculous sight of the golden sunrise merging into the warehouse vibe that really makes it.