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Matt Lange To Take Brooklyn On A Journey Through The Darker Side Of Electronic Music | Interview

by Nadine Pasterczyk
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It’s going to be a Happy Valentines Day for NYC ravers because New York City native, Matt Lange is back in town on Friday, February 14th at the Bogart House in Brooklyn. 

Get ready for a night filled with dark melodic electronic music brewed from Matt’s raw energy and emotion. With a plethora of music that purely comes from within and without any regard to what other people think — Matt Lange is sure to bring us an exceptional set that is cast from his soul. Let him take you on a journey through some of the most powerful and heartfelt music out there and don’t miss out on this incredible night by getting your tickets here

We also had the distinct opportunity to have a few words with the prodigy himself — so you can see what he has to say about his music and the scene that envelops us all. 

FMF: You grew up here in NYC and we’re certainly excited to welcome you back to your hometown for what’s sure to be an amazing set. Speaking of your roots, tell us — how did it all start? What pushed you towards becoming a musician?

Matt Lange: Truthfully I’ve never been anything else than a musician. Ever since my earliest memories, music has been the focus of my life.

Having records signed to several different labels such as Anjuna, mau5trap, Armada and IsoRhythm — your portfolio proves that you have honed your skills of being a versatile artist. What inspires your creativity in the studio?

Life. An attempt to express the inexpressible, or to find meaning within that which may be seemingly meaningless.

Your productions have changed with the times as the industry we are in is ever-changing. What do you think of the scene and where it’s heading?

I keep my blinders on what I’m working towards, and try not to pay any attention to what anyone else is doing.

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2019 was a huge year for you between all the remixes, originals and two EPs. What was your favorite production from the past year? Why?

Pure Ruin’. It was written in a moment of extreme unrest and is the most emotionally visceral piece I wrote all year.

Now we are into 2020 and I’m sure you’ve got some things in the works. What are you whipping up for us this year in terms of new music?

My next album, ‘Dichotomy’, will arrive later this year.

Of course we want to hear all your new music, so where can we catch you in the coming months?

Tour dates can be found here

Click the pic to get your tix!

*Featured image via Matt Lange*

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