Tag Archives: The Range

2016 Top Ten List Spotlight: DJ Alex

For the rest of the year, we’ll be spotlighting our KEXP DJs Top Albums of 2016, leading up to our 2016 90.3 Top Album Countdown! Voting ends on Friday, December 9th at 6:00 PM PT, so let us know your favorites now, and tune in on Friday, December 16th to hear if your picks madeRead more…

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Live Review: Phantogram with The Range at Paramount Theatre 10/7/16

At the Paramount Theatre last week, Phantogram opened their set without even being on stage. After they performed two songs obscured from the audience, a screen fell shortly thereafter, revealing the New York duo behind the fourth wall to fervently shake the physical walls of the venue. Going from playing Chop Suey the first timeRead more…

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Tuesday Music News

Brooklyn-based artist Mitski shares a video today for the track “A Burning Hill,” a stand-out from an already outstanding LP, Puberty 2, out now on Dead Oceans. Director Bradley Gray captures singer/songwriter Mitski Miyawaki around town, wearing a button down shirt as mentioned in the lyrics. Via a press release, Miyawaki says, “The director andRead more…

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Midnight In A Perfect World: The Range

Brooklyn-based electronic producer James Hinton has bubbled up from the underground over the past 5 years under the alias The Range, crafting vibrant and forward-thinking beats and experimental club rhythms on labels such as Astro Nautico, Donky Pitch, Project: Mooncircle, and Domino Records. His latest album, Potential, signaled his most adventurous release to date, uniquelyRead more…

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Live Review: The Range and Rome Fortune with Zoolab at Barboza 5/8/16

If Brooklyn producer The Range and Atlanta rapper Rome Fortune have any one thing in common, it’s an unfettered line of sight towards a marvelous horizon. Both artists make music that is wrought with present-tense turmoil, but the future always looks brighter – and not only that, it looks magnanimous. The Range does it withRead more…

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Album Review: The Range – Potential

If the Internet age is defined by one thing, it’s probably disposability: the temporal state of everything we define ourselves by. We live in a world that is exponentially unsatisfied with singularity and smallness. Our good intentions for globalization and interconnectedness have gone by the wayside as technology continues to evolve, and now, we areRead more…

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Music That Matters Podcast: There’s Really No Excuse

Check out some of the KEXP DJ’s favorite artists from the Pacific Northwest and around the world on-the-go. KEXP’s Music That Matters weekly podcast brings you an exclusive mix of new music from the world’s best independent artists. Currently, you’ll hear: Music That Matters, Vol. 403 – There’s Really No Excuse DJ Alex continues hisRead more…

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