Digital Society Album tour launch friday 13th march 2009

Aug 29, 2008


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Aug 29, 2008
Making his return to Digital Society on our Album Tour Launch friday 13th March is Lange who made his debut last april with a fantastic set... a much anticipated return!


Ranked 37 in the world (2008 DJ Mag Top 100 Poll), Lange is recognised as one of the most influential dance artists of the past decade. A DJ who has remained at the forefront of the scene throughout his career and a producer that continues to push all boundaries.

Rocketing on to the scene 10 years ago, Lange has nothing but achievement to look back on. He is the producer behind an astonishing 20 UK top 40 hits, the talent responsible for the UK Top 10 trance anthem ‘Drifting Away’, the classic SuReal - ‘You Take My Breath Away’ and the remixer that brought tracks such as DJ Sakin - ‘Protect Your Mind’ and Lost Witness – ‘Happiness Happening’ to a mainstream global audience, gaining him undiminished support from industry leaders such as Paul van Dyk, Sasha, Paul Oakenfold, Judge Jules, and Pete Tong, and even an appearance on Top of the Pops.

After 10 years in a business that has earned him a legion of fans, counting among them the trance elite, Lange shows no sign of slowing down; he has carefully honed his music style into a cutting edge blend of raw and filthy electro baselines and angelic melodies, resulting in some of the most original and characteristic trance records of recent times. After last years anthems, ‘Another You Another Me’ and 'Angel Falls' doing the damage on the dance floor, Lange is again back on form with his latest single 'Songless', taken from his highly acclaimed debut album 'Better Late Than Never'.

From euphoric trance leader to underground dance hero, as a DJ Lange does it all; rocking audiences of 25,000, performing at prestigious festivals such as Global Gathering, Summadayze, Creamfields and the Zurich Street Parade and making appearances for some of the best club brands in the world including Godskitchen, Gatecrasher, Ministry Of Sound and Slinky, firmly rooting himself as one of the world’s top dance music djs, crossing genres and giving the global dancefloors exactly what they want.

Digital Society Album Tour Launch friday 13th March 2009 @ Myhouse nightclub,Leeds

Main room : Digital Society


Room 2 : Blank


Room 3 : DS Invitation


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Aug 29, 2008
Digital Society Interviews Matt Hardwick before our album Launch party fri 13th March

Hi Matt hope things are good?

Hello mate, all good thanks.

The new year is in full swing, how was 2008 for you?

It was a bit of a strange year for me really. It was a year in which everything changed for me as a DJ. Whereas 2007 saw me playing perhaps six out of eight gigs a month in the UK, 2008 saw a complete reversal. I am now lucky if I am in the UK one weekend out of every month. Its amazing to see all of the wonderful places across the globe but nothing will ever touch the UK club scene from my persepective. It was also a year in which I stepped out of the “total DJ mode” to look more into production and of course the label. In short, things changed!

How has the beginning of 2009 been for you?

I thought that there would be a lot more nervousness around, what with the economic situation etc. However, things seem to be really carrying on the same. I took most of January off but the gigs so far have been top notch. I started the year by playing a beach party in Bali to 6000 people, that was awesome!

Since your first appearance at the DS helm last year at our 1st bday, what makes Digital Society a special place to play?

Since I left Gatecrasher in 2004, I have missed that feeling of playing on my home turf. You know, that feeling that the crowd are on your side and they will go with what you play because they trust you. Well, I think that I have that at DS and that makes the place really special from my perspective.

You are about to release a compilation album with our resident Kane Nelson. What made you decide to get involved with this venture?

I love Kane, he is a top guy and we have had a laugh putting the mix together and scrapping over tracks. Aside from the fact that DS is the best club in the UK at the moment, I love the fact that the guys behind the brand have fresh ideas and are always trying to push the envelope. They also book DJs who are in it for the music. They think about the line ups and are really on the cutting edge of the scene. Their enthusiasm for what they are doing is infectious and I just wanted to be more involved.

Your new label "Kill The Lights" is this going for you and what new material have you got set for release?

It’s going amazingly well. The last two releases were tune of the month in DJ Mag and the manner in which the label has been received has blown me away. We have 5 or 6 singles in the bag and awaiting release. I have just finished the follow up to Supernal and it’s called “I am DJ”. It's a rather proggy affair and is working fantastically on the floor. Ben Gold will be on remix duties. He is someone to watch this year, he is working on a single for us that we feel could cross over and be massive.

With the album launch party only weeks away kicking off the tour @ MyHouse in Leeds. Your playing an exclusive back2back showcase with Kane. Have you anymore tour dates in the pipeline and if so, where?

I think that we have decided to do the last part of my set and the first part of his back to back. I think that it's a great idea! He can go to the bar while I do the work and visa versa!! I think that the plan is to get on the road in the next couple of months showcasing the album but we are still in the planning stages at the moment.

What are you ambitions for the rest of the year?

I think that taking the label to the next level is a real goal. I am planning to get more involved with Radio 1 with the possibility of co-hosting one of their existing shows on a one off basis towards the end of the summer. I am also aiming to get three new singles under my belt before the end of 2009. Aside from the DS compilation, there will be another two Gatecrasher compilations before the end of the year. Other than that, its full steam ahead on the gig front.

Thanks mate for your time and we will see you on the 13th March.

I’ll look forward to it.

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Aug 29, 2008

Friday 13th March 2009

Digital Society presents - The Digital Society Album Tour Launch Party!

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Main Room - Digital Society

10:00 - 11:00 - Will Holland
11:00 - 12:30 - Temple One
12:30 - 02:00 - Lange
02:00 - 03:30 - Matt Hardwick & Kane Nelson
03:30 - 05:00 - John O'Callaghan
05:00 - 06:00 - Manuel le Saux
06:00 - 07:00 - Activa

Room 2 - Blank.

10:00 - 11:30 - Mark Naylor
11:30 - 12:30 - Tom Bailey
12:30 - 02:00 - Jamie Fisher
02:00 - 03:00 - Robert Glenn

Room 3 - DS Invitation

11:00 - 12:00 - Josh Demello
12:00 - 01:00 - Hiddenagenda
01:00 - 02:00 - Che Armstrong
02:00 - 03:00 - Harry Fowler
03:00 - 04:00 - Joe Napier

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