Best Performance Element


He’s 12 feet tall and he doesn’t exactly fit in a VIP booth but he can sure light up a room. In fact, Kryoman (a.k.a. Andrew Moore) is the center of attention wherever he goes. Moore’s creation of the Kryoman suit—an LED-covered robot getup—has been delighting club-goers from Ibiza to Las Vegas since 2005. When he isn’t traveling the world with DJ/producer David Guetta, Moore splits his time between Spain’s most infamous party island and Miami. Since his Haze debut on Jan. 1, 2010, Moore has made the nightclub a regular stop on his jet-setting schedule, not to mention a few unannounced drop-ins at The Bank. A veritable moving, magical LED wall, he is the nightclub X-factor, the physical embodiment of electronic music meeting electronics, and where hi-fi meets sci-fi. Question: Do they even make an “I’m big in Ibiza” shirt in this guy’s size?

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Crown Prince of the City

Crown Prince of the City


The Downtown Cocktail Room’s doors are impossibly un-door-ish. You walk up from the intersection of Fremont Street and Las Vegas Boulevard, happy to join the buzzing downtown camaraderie—the urban revolution taking hold of Las Vegas—and you’re faced with walls of one-way glass and no apparent door handle. For the uninitiated, it makes for an awkward moment. Had this happened to me, and I’m not confirming that it did, the larger metaphor wouldn’t have been lost: Maybe everyone doesn’t fit in here.