Check out Boris in the new DJ booth at Lima Lounge Washington DC! DC nightlife’s best small club just stepped things up a notch with a complete overhaul of the booth. The club is more open, the view is a lot better and the music really spreads throughout the club.

Martin Solveig ran the gauntlet of party favorites at Lima Lounge Washington DC. He blasted DC nightlife with everything house, electro, rock, pop and hip-hop. There is no one better qualified to welcome a superstar DJ back to the US than DC nightclubs. Be on the lookout for his next big hit, ‘Big in Japan.’

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Long sets, sexy crowds and hands in the air. Recently he’s been working with Maroon 5 and Far East Movement. Roger Sanchez defines sexy house music.

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Glow Radio: Martin Solveig Live at Lima

By Ravi in Dance Music, dc lounges, DC Nightclubs, DC Nightlife, Glow Radio, Glow Washington DC
Wednesday, February 23, 2011, 2:21pm. (Updated: 7/21/14 at 1:50pm) Add comments

As the each song reached its climax the strobe lights flashed, Lima filled with cold refreshing smoke and the crowd of Lima Lounge DC went absolutely fucking crazy. Martin even treated us to a very special listening of his new single, Big in Japan, from his upcoming album.

Sporting a polo with his iconic headband, Martin was dressed for a 5-set thriller. Not only is his style extremely different, it’s also optimized for serious dancing. As each song reached its climax the strobe lights flashed, Lima filled with cold refreshing smoke and the crowd of Lima Lounge DC went absolutely fucking crazy.

Martin Solveig drops his current smash (pun intended) hit ‘Hello’ and then breaks out his new, unreleased single Big in Japan and mixes it into Diplo & Don Diablo – Make you Pop

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