What defines a scene? Why is Prague such a magnet for footloose Brits and continentals alike? Is it the refined cultural palette of galleries, architecture and theater? The more recent legacy of top-flight house-music clubs like Roxy, Mecca and Radost FM? Perhaps immersion in the Euro blender has more clearly defined the city’s nightlife direction, with the impact of homogenization becoming ever more apparent. No more Czech-only venues and folksy local shows. Today it’s about profitability and sponsorship. This streamlining has paved the way for countless IKEA-inspired minimalist bar/clubs. Think frosted Plexiglas, chrome fixtures, retro animation art. These places pack ‘em in, and they do serve their function well, pumping out generic house and happy Latin-dance singles for a crowdRead more.