...the lot is flat and empty, with a raw steel structure reminiscent of an ICBM launch site in the centre of a circular space. Driving past during the day there are no traces of a club, but at night it is difficult to miss the throngs of ultra-hip nocturnal souls exposing themselves in the half light of the lot. Until the civil war in Lebanon, the current location of B 018 was a quarantine housing up to 20,000 refugees from all over the Middle East. In 1976 however, a massacre and subsequent bulldozing totally eradicated any trace of previous life anywhere near the area.
The outside world is, in effect, mise-en-scene, but simultaneously you are, in fact, outside. The taste in music is impeccable, you'll understand as soon as you will be there!