Shortly before the club’s grand opening we met its art director, Nazar Zhitkevich, who explained the choice of name; every one of us, he whispered, deep inside, has both God and the Devil. We nodded politely and moved on, having been promised a bouncing party atmosphere encouraged by featuring big international DJs and groups including the likes of Laurent Wolf and De Phazz.
The interior is contemporary, once you get past the cloakroom located beside the front entrance. Allow your senses to lead you into a black-and-silver world with a spacious dancefloor and sizable stage.
There’s a second floor too, a good place for a breather and comfortable to sit and chat with the local youth or eye the shifting crowd. A cavernous separate room keeps the smokers happy and there’s also a room reserved for cigar lovers. And finally, for private parties, red VIP rooms have been created with soft lounges and a seperate stage. Since the club is not located in the center of Riga, it’s definitely worth staying for a while to enjoy the high-quality performances.