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The Range is a digital archaeologist, unearthing deep musical emotion from the obscure sounds he digs up on YouTube. For Potential, the Brooklyn producer searched for voices in particular, incorporating them into his alternately lush and dank masses of beats and bass. Anonymous singsong flits ethereally through “Florida,” which skips and struts over thick kicks accessorized with clipped steel-drum ping and banjo pluck. Others, like “1804,” revolve around rapping or toasting by unknown MCs whose words cut a path through nostalgic yet novel combinations of jungle, dubstep, grime, and ambient music.

Customer Reviews


What a brilliant atmosphere of sounds!

Worth the listen

Brilliantly put together!! Perfect album for snowboarding

Great album-worth the money

Stumbled upon this via a random shuffle on the NASA channel of all places... Brilliant work and hope there is much to come. I've restarted Florida more times than I can remember.


Born: Providence, RI

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '10s

Bearing no relation or resemblance to Bruce Hornsby's similarly titled backing band, the Range is the recording alias of James Hinton, an electronic music producer from Providence, Rhode Island. Hinton's music typically utilizes manipulated vocal samples found on YouTube as well as from hip-hop, R&B, or dancehall reggae. He combines these samples with bright, sentimental melodies and simmering beats that reference jungle and footwork, playing with a slow/fast dynamic. His tracks have enough bass...
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