After rolling out of bed this morning in a crazy haze and recounting the events from last night, I have to say Martin Solveig’s performance at Beta Nightclub in Denver completely blew my mind. Definitely top three sets I’ve seen at Beta, if not the best one ever. The Frenchman delivered every song you’d want to hear from every sector of music, including several popular rock tracks tracks like “Wonderwall” by Oasis and “Can’t Stop” by RHCP, club head bangers like the single “Lunar” by David Guetta and Afrojack, the newest electro like Dada Life’s “Big Bad Wolf” remix, booty shaking hip-hop, and straight up dubstep bangers by the likes of Skrillex such as his “In For The Kill” remix which always gets everyone going. Of course, he had to open with his quintessential party starter original track “Ready To Go” and was later met with great pleasure and loud and proud voices when his ubiquitous track “Hello” came over the speakers. All that combined with some hilarious imagery of him being outrageous on the tennis court that played throughout the show on the big screen and the number of party-goers dressed up in the DJ/semi-pro tennis player’s signature headband and tennis attire really made for an amazing night. I could not believe if anyone leaving disappointed after his almost two and a half hour set which closed appropriately with Knife Party’s remix of “Save The World” and then slowed it down with Fedde Le Grand’s remix of Coldplay’s “Paradise” in the final minutes right up until the clock struck 2AM.

One standout was that he dropped a killer remix of his newest track “Big In Japan”, which also features Dragonette, the female vocalist from the song “Hello”, and initially premiered on his Essential Mix back in July, which absolutely got the crowd rowdy. He just threw up the full remix on his SoundCloud yesterday and here it is in all its electro-y goodness.

Martin Solveig – Big In Japan (Les Bros Remix) [MQ Download Here]

 

Here’s Fedde Le Grand’s remix of Coldplay’s “Paradise” which was certainly another standout track from his set last night.

Coldplay – Paradise (Fedde Le Grand Remix)

Finally, if you didn’t or weren’t able to attend last night, here’s his set from the epic Sensation White party in Denmark from about two weeks ago which should give you a pretty good taste of what an amazing party starter this guy is.

Martin Solveig @ Sensation White Innerspace Denmark [10-29-2011]