Dirty Vegas releases ‘Let The Night’ EP with blissful studio return [EP Review]
For all their early hits and global industry ornamentation, Dirty Vegas has held back on the releases since 2011’s Electric Love. Having secluded themselves to the studio throughout the most part of 2013, the first quarter sees them return with one of the most promising bodies of work to emerge from the Grammy nominated duo in a long time. Somewhere between the creative sprite of heyday British dance and the ongoing pursuit of universal stamina, their agenda for pop-savvy electronica is spearheaded within the EP’s title-track. “Reckless” finds a little indie dance decorum amongst this radio-friendly artillery, leaving “Shine a Light” and “Setting Sun” to lower the pace with an anthem-esque interlude to this uplifting display of studio collateral. For a duo whose stature hasn’t always amounted to the attention they deserve, Let The Night is warm reassurance that Dirty Vegas is back on track as one of the more convincing British electronica outfits of 2014.