One of the reviewers says that the crowd here is way different than in other like places — people are more interested in their conversations than the music, but slowly they get into it. Rotating DJs play their sets, and it is no surprise that their motto goes “Atlanta. Techno. Love” (found on merch).
The façade is unassuming and shares a well-lit street corner with several boarded up buildings, the underlit front bar with a green flow leads to a space donned with antique lamps. Techno and tech house skillfully mingle here in the hands of a deejay, there’s no stage and dry ice smoke obscures the room completely, the hall to the restrooms glows with an eerie red light. Perfect for dancing.