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Matt Lange is an American DJ and producer based in Los Angeles. He is best known for co-producing "Goodbye" with DJ Glenn Morrison,[5] together with soundtracks for movies including Blade Runner 2049 and Ready Player One.[6] His use of modular synthesis and isorhythms in his musical productions have brought him notice.[7][8] Lange produced progressive house and deep house early in his career, before moving into techno production from 2015 onwards. Lange found his own label, Isorhythm, in 2011 as a platform to release his own music. He released his debut studio album, Ephemera, in 2015 through Mau5trap, which was later followed up with Isolated in 2020.




House Before It Was Techno Original Mix Matt



In 2015, Deadmau5's label Mau5trap reached out to Lange upon hearing a techno track he had produced, and Lange responded by sending the label a number of his unreleased techno tracks.[12] Eight months later, Deadmau5 contacted Lange through Twitter to praise his "Scorched Earth Policy" track, and within two hours gave Lange a record contract.[9] Lange went beyond the label's original contract for an EP, and released his debut album Ephemera through Mau5trap on September 10, 2015.[28] To celebrate the album's release, Lange threw a party with InDeep and Mau5trap at Los Angeles' Sound Nightclub.[29][30]


Preceding the album's release were minimal techno lead single "My Love Aside",[31] glitch hop and industrial track "Lying to Myself",[32] "Ripples",[33] and "The Fever" featuring Quivver.[34] The techno album indicated a large shift in sound from his previous house releases, with Lange stating that Ephemera was mainly inspired by his self-built modular synthesizer system.[7] He also said that the "minimal and groove based" sounds in "My Love Aside" helped to increase his freedom and improvisation while DJing, since it allowed Lange to play looped pieces of multiple tracks at the same time without jumbling up.[7] A remix album for Ephemera was released on July 8, 2016, and consisted of remixes from Mat Zo, Anthony Baldino, Attlas, and Calyx & Teebee.[35]


On April 16, 2016, Lange released a seven-track EP titled Patchwork through Mau5trap, marking his second major release on the label.[37] While the first five tracks of the EP were labeled as techno, the final two songs were vocally-focused and described by Lange as "the most personal tracks [he has] ever written."[38][39] Lange stated that the EP was originally conceived to be of modular synthesizer based techno and expand on Ephemera's themes, but unexpected life events which he experienced caused the project's scope to increase overall.[38] Dancing Astronaut praised the variety of melodic and "harder" tracks in the EP, which the author alluded to Lange's skill with modular synthesis and sound manipulation.[39] Patchwork's last track, "Consider This", was later released as a single on April 29, 2016.[40]


Progressive trance contains elements of house, techno, and ambient genres. It features longer build ups and more subtle breakdowns, without the use of the high-pitched blaring synths that the big room sound made famous.


Growing up primarily in Windsor, Ontario, Hawtin learned about electronica from his dad, a fan of German techno bands like Tangerine Dream and Kraftwerk, then cut his teeth across the river as a DJ in the Detroit club scene in the late 1980s, mixing techno and house music. Hawtin continued to hone his craft in clubs and studios around the world, but it was that early visit to Japan that inspired him to take a deep dive into sake. Initially, the locals laughed at him when he ordered the rice wine, calling it an "old man's drink" as they ordered beer. Soon enough, however, they became interested in teaching Hawtin about sake's subtleties.


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Fidget house, or fidget, is "defined by snatched vocal snippets, pitch-bent dirty basslines (better known as a wobble) and rave-style synth stabs over glitchy 4/4 beats." It contains influences from Chicago house, Detroit techno, Baltimore club, Kuduro, Pimba and hip hop. It soon evolved into Complextro in 2010.


The most common subgenre of House music, featuring methodical measure formatting of either 8, 16, or 32 bars. The choruses of progressive house typically are club-influenced and upbeat. It typically sits at a BPM range of 115 - 130. This subgenre features wide, spacious, ample, immersive introductions and breakdowns, which eventually lead to one or more climaxes. It is over-all less bass driven compared to Progressive Trance, focusing on world and atmosphere building through more euphoric & melodic means, rather than electro-influenced & bass driven melodies. It focuses on slowly building progressions that are meant to pull the listener in for 8+ minutes at a time.


It was around the beginning of the nineties when the music began to split into various styles. Holland witnessed the extremes of gabber; London had jungle; France found French Touch, and people formed distinct tribes around trance, house, techno, hardcore and more.


Towards the end of the nineties, London continued to innovate, forming its own incarnation of tech house, a sub-genre that Blake Baxter laid claim to years before. Artists including Mr. C, Eddie Richards, Nathan Coles, Layo & Bushwhacka! and Terry Francis cultivating the sound through events like Wiggle. Fabric appeared on the scene in 1999, creating a permanent home for techno in the capital. Likewise, Turnmills (with nights like Eurobeat 2000) and The End were hubs of techno activity around this period. 041b061a72


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