Its a tough sell trying to bring the Euro joy of house music to Vegas but thats what Brett and his awesome team are trying to do here. Its in a good spot albeit on the roof of the ahem , Hustler club. The atmosphere is probably better when the DJ is outside when its warmer but the crowd is friendly and there is lots of space. Amazing views of the sunrise greet you as you overlook Vegas and the mountains in the distance.
To develop I think it needs to be brave and really push the differences between the strip "superclubs" which are playing hip hop and cramming people onto a tiny dance floor. A lot of people don't want that - especially people coming in from outside the USA. While the attitude is 5 star the music for me was 3 star. Folks coming to an after hours need to be revved up again and I think it needs to be harder house, trance, techno from the 230am to 6am hours where the music is fairly relentless and the DJ can take you on a journey.
The morning we went was a constant light mix of meandering house which didn't fire up the place like it deserved.
This place could push home the difference between the European molly experience of a floaty,deep,physically testing night of a shared experience compared to the usual Vegas charles and alcohol night of droppy rap, posing, weak cocktails and pushy bouncers. Just my opinion, but on Reddit I can see there is a lot of kids sitting at home missing out on a good club experience in the USA - could this place become Ibiza in Vegas?