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INPUT Dance Club - Barcelona, Spain
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Access valid ONLY before 1AM. Later than 1am, the ticket will not be valid. // Permite el acceso al evento SOLO antes de la 1AM, después de esta hora la entrada no será valída. No reembolsable.

€5.00

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Access valid all night. // Permite el acceso durante de toda la noche. Entrada no reembolsable.

€10.00

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€15.00

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Atmosphere

Underground

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Smart Casual dress code. +18

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LOCKED w/ Damian Lazarus

Throughout the 2000s, Damian Lazarus was at the forefront of the U.K. dance music scene. Early in the decade, he was head of A&R for the City Rockers label and was behind the U.K. release of such notable singles as Felix da Housecat and Miss Kittin's “Silver Screen Shower Scene” and Tiga & Zyntherius' “Sunglasses at Night.” He selected and mixed both volumes of the label’s Futurism compilations (issued in 2002), which exemplified the era’s electro-indebted house and techno. In 2004, Lazarus set up Crosstown Rebels, a like-minded node that released dozens of 12” singles within a small time frame. Lazarus put together CR mixes like Rebel Futurism Session One (2004) and Session Two (2005), as well as Crosstown Rebels, Vol. 1 (2006). He also mixed for other labels, including Soma, for whom he assembled the second volume in the Sci-Fi-Lo-Fi series. The disc was one of his most varied sets, incorporating old-school techno, classicist house, dubstep, and even ‘80s synth funk. Shortly thereafter, he fully stepped out as a producer with releases on Get Physical. His first full-length, Smoke the Monster Out, was issued in 2009. DJ’ing was not placed to the side; he released the 54th volume in the Fabric mix series a year later. ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi

Avda. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia 13, Barcelona, Spain

In the depths of the famous Poble Espanyol you can find one of Barcelona’s techno hubs, INPUT High Fidelity Dance Club. INPUT was born with one ambitious goal in mind: to make your night an incredible, out of this world experience. When you cross through the emblematic door that separates the medieval spirit of the old Spanish village nothing will... [see more]

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