DC nightlife packed into arguably the best club in DC this past Thursday and were spellbound as Dutch DJ and producer Fedde le Grand tore up Lima Lounge. Having released “Metrum” only three days earlier, Fedde elevated Glow to ecstatic energy levels almost immediately into his set. While he may be popularly known to U.S. audiences for dance hits “Put Your Hands Up For Detroit” and “Let Me Think About It,” his set list reflected the full spectrum of his diverse electronic dance music interests.

Following an impressive warm-up set from Glow resident Roberto Gonzalez, Fedde opened with a series of tech house gems, including his very own “Back and Forth,” featuring Mr. V on the vocals. With the crowd responding well, he picked up the tempo and pumped up the bass with tracks like Wolfgang Gartner’s “Space Junk” and Benny Benassi’s remix of “Rockin’ High.” Both Wolfgang and Benny spun Glow recently and the crowd was amped to hear their tracks.

Fedde certainly pleased the crowd. Some well-known tracks he dropped included his 2009 remix of Fatboy Slim’s “Praise You,” Dirty South’s huge remix of “Coming Home”, Funkerman’s remix of the Red Hot Chili Peppers – Otherside, Deadmau5’s bumping remix of Daft Punk’s “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger,” and remixes of Martin Solveig’s “Hello” and Far East Movement’s “Like a G6.” In between these popular club hits, Fedde also threw in some progressive tracks such as his own “Autosave” and Michael Woods’ “No Access.” Also dabbling in some heavy Dutch house and then throwing segments of Funkagenda’s “What the Fuck,” DC nightlife was electrified through the last track.

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