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Artisan

  • Seven Questions

    Seven Questions for Siegel Group’s Michael Crandall

    By Xania V. Woodman

    The senior VP on his passion for the Artisan, design aesthetics and lessons learned from past renovations

  • Gallery

    Party Pics: XS Nightswim, Artisan

    Photos from the week's hottest parties

  • Nightlife

    Party Pics: Artisan and Drais

    Photos from the week's hottest parties

  • Nightlife

    The Best New Pool Parties

    By Laurel May Bond

    Most have a preferred way to “do” a Las Vegas pool party. Some may choose to relax with close friends inside shady, misted VIP cabanas, keeping an eye on the DJ (and the writhing half-naked masses) from a safe distance. Others just aren’t happy unless they’re surrounded by fellow partygoers, splash-dab in the middle of the action.

  • Seven Nights

    By Sam Glaser

    Thursday, June 6 Quick, what’s better: free drinks or free music? If you said, “both,” then plan Thursday around Rock N’ Roll Wine, when the revolving party takes over the Artisan. (1501 W. Sahara Ave., 6 p.m., ArtisanHotel.com.) Passing on wholesome family time? Rally your crew for LA Riots. The SoCal duo spins a rebellious electro sound, perfect for disturbing the peace at Tryst’s industry party. (In Wynn, 10 p.m., TrystLasVegas.com.)

  • DJ Profile

    In Full Bloom

    By Liz Ohanesian

    Justin Martin was getting ready to leave London when he hopped onto Skype for a chat from his hotel room. Just a few days before the interview, the San Francisco-based DJ and producer played a gig that will remain with him for years to come. “It was one of the best nights of my life,” he boldly proclaims.

  • DJ Profile

    Aural Stimulation

    Before the audibly arousing DJ partnership of Autoerotique was born, Keith Robertson and Dave Henderson were two Toronto-based producers working with Canadian indie rock bands. In 2008 the two teamed up, signed to DJ/producer Steve Aoki’s label, Dim Mak, and made the switch over to the crazier, beat-driven side of music as a DJ duo. Blowing up in the electronic dance-music scene, the producers responsible for the smash “Turn Up the Volume,” will turn on the party at the Artisan on Nov. 25.

  • Nightlife

    Best Place to Watch the Sun Rise

    Quietly over the last year, the Artisan has staked its claim as the go-to spot for the late-late-night set. Around 10 p.m., Artisan Afterhours kicks in, when the lounge gives over to an electronic set with a rotating cast of local DJs and parties like Shake N Pop and MASQ. By midnight, the pool and patio have been taken over by the all-night party people. By 5 a.m., there’s a better-than-average chance that you’ve stumbled into the lobby fountain.

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