Listen to an exclusive club mix by The Range

January 23rd 2017


Photo credit: Alexandra Gavillet  

  • The Range :: Exclusive Mix

New York producer James Hinton, aka The Range, has a knack for building tension and release.

His recent album Potential (FBi Album Of The Week, March 2016) is built entirely from vocal samples taken from Youtube videos, skilfully manipulated into tracks that traverse pop, hip-hop and deep melodic beats. The project took Hinton over 200 hours of Youtube-crawling, a marathon effort that resulted in a record packed with emotional intensity.

The record later spawned a documentary called Superimpose, directed by Daniel Kaufman, which sheds light on the human stories of the people Hinton sampled (who were unknown to him at the time).

Currently touring Australia with Tourist, The Range put together this hypnotic, mix of trancey club, house and techno for us before stopping by the FBi studio to chat with Dan Gordon on The Playlist (listen back here).

Listen below. And yes, it features ‘Better Off Alone’ by Alice Deejay.



Leon Vynehall – Paradisea
Bjarki – The Lover That You Are
Bjarki – Opalocka Acid Groove 12 bit Mix
Jubilee – Sawgrass Expressway
Bjarki – t4iT 3
Orbital – Halcyon and On and On
DJ Koze – XTC
Alice Deejay – Better Off Alone
Manix – Feel Real Good
Mark Breeze – Trying To Reach You (The Range Edit)
Bjarki – Bbbbbbbbbbbbb Render 2
Dre Skull – Pull Up Edit
The Range – ???????


WHO: Tourist + The Range
WHEN: Wednesday 25 January, 2017
WHERE: The Factory Theatre, Marrickville
HOW MUCH: $55 + BF via Factory Theatre


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