Martin Solveig

Martin Solveig

Martin Solveig is a Dj, singer and electronic music producer, born in France in 1976. His real name is Martin Picandet. He began his musical career singing classical music as a soprano in the French choir “Les Petirs Chanteurs de Sainte-Croix”. However, at the age of 13 he began to get involved with electronic music, coming to show up at the nightclub “Le Palace” in Paris, then went to the “Les Bains Douches”.

Martin Solveig has been characterized by achieving a unique sound, combining electronic genre with traditional instruments. His singles “Come With Me”, “intoxicated” and “Heart of Africa” are the most representative of his career. In 2002, he launched his album “Sur Le Terre”, together with the label Universal Music, achieving great recognition worldwide. Later, in 2009, it appeared in “Pukkelpop”, one of the most famous music festivals of Belgium, after the rock’n’roll Werchter.

Martin Solveig has had the opportunity to work with artists such as Roger Sanchez, Bob Sinclair, Tkay Maidza and Ina Wroldsen. Also, one of his most notable collaborations have been with the Queen of Pop, Madonna, where Solveig made several demos for the album MDNA, recorded in London. In addition, among the favorite pieces of the audience are: “Give Me All Your luvin'” and “Turn Up the Radio”.