[Release] Martin Solveig – The Night Out EP [Big Beat]

Martin Solveig - The Night Out EP

Release Info

TRACK NAME: The Night Out, Can’t Stop, Hello, Ready 2 Go, Big In Japan

ARTIST(S): Martin Solveig

REMIXER(S): A-Trak, Madeon, TheFatRat, Maison and Dragen, Les Bros

EP NAME: The Night Out

LABEL(S): Big Beat Records

GENRE(S): Progressive House/Electro House

RELEASE DATE: 03.04.12

BUY LINK: Buy Link

The French producer Martin Solveig has been making quite the name for himself, working with pop superstar Madonna on her latest studio album for the last few months, including her biggest single from the album Give Me All Your Luvin. Everyone also knows his greatest hit to date, Hello. Today, we get another huge hit from Martin Solveig off of Big Beat Records, The Night Out EP, including the huge single of the same name. Included in this EP is Martin Solveig’s original mix of the progressive house track The Night Out, with really catchy vocals that will stick with you. There are several remixes to the track as well. The young French producer Madeon’s progressive remix is great as expected, and A-Trak’s remix is equally as good, putting an electro feel on the track. Three more remixes also make it on to the EP: the Martin Solveig vs A-Trak remix, TheFatRat’s, and Maison and Dragen’s.

Four more original tracks by Solveig also appear on the EP, and three of them are collaborations with the amazing Dragonette. Having provided vocals in the past for Hello and Boys & Girls, Dragonette is no stranger to working with Solveig. Big In Japan has been released for some time now, and is already a hit, but the Les Bros remix makes it on the EP. A Why Are We Whispering remix to Hello appears on it, as well as two original tracks called Can’t Stop and Ready 2 Go. Grab this huge EP by Martin Solveig today!

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