Plastic is Belgrade’s busiest club, chronicling the history of Serbia’s post-90s clubbing scene.

Over the years it has developed a recognisable attitude that some identify with the new wave of Balkan-style debauchery, where mainfloor beats clash with the pulse of minimal techno in a swirl of raw, teen spirit.

It is still one of the rare Belgrade places where you’ll see people queuing outside to get in. The club’s backdoor section is known as Mint, which on certain nights acts as a separate club altogether, with a more alternative sound selection.