Le Fuse, Brussels
The fuse is a cool club, which plays techno music. We were there on 05-01-2008, and Trish van Eynde and Sam Ostyn played some nice acid-techno.
Before 00:00 it was 5,- after 00:00 it was 10,-. This didn't people keep from coming late though (before 00:00 it was pretty empty, and it kept gettin fuller until 1:00)
A Maes beer is 2,50, a Duvel is 4,-
Dress Code: Not strict
great, big place with good more or less techno music and there are also some great djs preforming from time to time
i love it because it's not a posh place but u can be really at ease and just enjoy urself in dancing
the entrance is rellativly cheap ( if i remember corectly i paid just 3 euros, and on a big dj's night 16)
Dress Code: nothing special
THE FUSE is probably the best internationally
known discotheque in Belgium.
I don't know. Fact is that often big names
come here for a DJ-set.
'Dave Clark' , 'Ken Ishii' , 'Bob Sinclair'...
Other who were DJ here became big names...
Keep an eye on 'DEG'.
'The music' : dance music , not the
commercial music you hear on the radio...
more alternative , underground....
You can listen at some sessions at the website
I believe a little slower is done at the moment. ;-)
The audience isn't the usual discotheque
Not dressed up , relaxed , sort of trendy...
I don't care how my hare looks-look but I spent
several houres getting it this way.
The setting looks a bit old and outdated ,
like an old garage or and old swimmingpool.
It fits the special atmosphere and gives
the place an extra edge.
Often the entrance fee is much lower before
midnight...prices boom after twelve o'clock.
The reason for that is obvious.
Belgian's tend to go out late and come
home early in the morning.
Often a new DJ set begins at two o'clock and
then the place heatens up.
If you feel like partying, The Fuse will defenitely get you moving. This 2-store dancing club is rather small but frequently visited by college students.
I think they're open every night.
Be careful! I strongly suggest you take a cab to/from the dancing as the neighbourhood is not as nice, even when walking in group. If you have your own vehicule, leave in somewhere else and take a taxi as well. There's a queue line in front of the dancing.
Another remark that probably goes for every dancing: don't buy your drinks inside. 1- They're too expensive (€ 2.5 for a beer instead of 55c in a pub) and 2- Watch what happens to your beer. Someone may put drugs in it when you're not paying attention. It is very rare, but it occured once and a while. Always be patient.
Dress Code: Whatever you want. Walking around nude is illegal...
A downtown spot that keeps pulling bigger crowds and better DJs. True, there isn’t much competition, but Saturday nights are techno nights here and the whole city descends on the place to party wild and hard. And when I say hard, I mean HARD. There is a great party atmosphere with drag queens cruising around on stilts and happy, happy barstaff. This club will bring your spirits to the highest level. YIPPEEE!
Dress Code: Remember, lots of people, lots of dancing... it gets hot in there!
is the premier tencho club of Belgium and has been so since its opening on April 1994. It started off as a heaven for high quality techno with a reputation for bringing in the best and most innovate DJs on the scene.
Alongside residents Pierre, T-Quest and Deg, DJs such as Jeff Mills, Kevin Saunderson, Derrick May, Carl Coz, Laurent Garnier (one of the best for me!), Dave Clarke....