The Range follows up last 2012's 'disk' EP with a new release on Donky Pitch. 'Seneca' positions three original cuts of highly percussive rhythms laced with his trademark footwork trails, jungle breaks, sweet melodies and rumbling bass lines against three diverse remixes coming from some of the most interesting operators within electronic music in the US. Obey City (LuckyMe) switches up his usual style to deliver a slow jam full of plucked strings, Howse (Tri Angle) delivers a remix of fractured electronics where drums crackle against hazy melodies and Supreme Cuts toughen up the drums and bass hits for a unique and heady brew.
The Range has previously released on Astro Nautico, being a key member of the collective that are responsible for a huge number of great releases and a groundbreaking club night in Brooklyn. He released 'disk' on Donky Pitch last year, has remixed Kuhn on Civil Music and is working towards his full length album, expected later this year.
Donky Pitch began in Brighton in the summer of 2009, born out of two peoples' frustration with the local club scene and
coinciding with the rise of synth heavy dancefloor mutations within underground electronic music. At first just a midweek party in a small club below a pub, over the years that followed it has branched out to be a record label and a monthly radio show on Sub FM...more