flyer, ca 1995. "It was a sense of total freedom. In December, it's been 13 years since Docklands closed after years of battles with the authorities. Martini, who at this time worked as the pointer at Le Garage says that "it's still to this day Stockholm's best club venue. It was like a madhouse and our parties were the sickest, with the sickest music, and sickest sound Elmenbeck recalls. It was located on Herkulesgatan in the city-centre. Basically everything you associate with today's Berghain. Gavin Watson documented the early days of the British rave scene.
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Another store was Glenn Wilson's Planet Rhythm where you'd be taken care of by techno legends Adam Beyer, Cari Lekebusch and Jesper Dahlbäck, who worked there at the time. One of the most infamous underground clubs of that time was Docklands. As a result, organisers had a hard time hosting big parties. As a result, Varveus and Hinze decided to leave both the Freedom Front and the politics behind. It was in a way a miniature of Sweden's biggest venue for regular raves throughout all times, Docklands, which was set up by the very same people in 1995, minus Elmenbeck.