Belgium’s premier techno club will be celebrating 25 years of existence on Saturday 27 April 2019.
It’s hard to measure the impact that Fuse has had on techno over the past two and a half decades. Capturing the global energy that was unleashed as the dance music of Detroit exploded into a global phenomenon in the 90s, the club has always stood proud as a bastion of techno culture that continues a long tradition of uncompromising electronic music in Belgium.
From Motor City innovators such as Juan Atkins, Robert Hood and Carl Craig to the show stopping performances of Bjork, Daft Punk and Aphex Twin, as well as every underground legend, all of the artists have marked Fuse’s long history.
To celebrate its birthday, the Fuse has put together an exceptional night with no one other than Berghain’s resident Len Faki , KNTXT founder, Studio Brussels and BBC Radio 1 resident dj Charlotte de Witte, Fuse legend Dave Clarke, Drumcode honcho Adam Beyer, Italian Afterlife regulars Mind Against, all time Fuse resident Pierre, Fuse youngster Downside and Stephan Bodzin bringing a brand new live set. For the first time in Belgium, all of them will be playing on a brand new sound system at Palais 12: 350.000 watts d&b audiotechnik KSL sound system.
The Dutch Rene van Dijk (known from Katharsis, Driften om te Dansen, Breakfast Club, ZeeZout) will bring his exceptional visuals on an gigantic 600m2 led wall, reinforced by a massive light installation counting 136 beams.
Date: Saturday 27 April 2019 / 20h00 – 10h00
Venue: Paleis / Palais 12, Avenue de Miramar, 1020 Bruxelles