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Lange Lange is a British trance music DJ and producer who has been producing and remixing since 1998.  He is best known for his big melody vocal trance tracks of recent years which have reinvigorated his career.  In a career spanning well over a decade Lange has influenced and remixed some of trance’s biggest names.  
Lange scales of success
Lange timeline
'Follow Me'
(Positiva 2000)
'Tranceformer 2000'
(Virgin 1999)

Early Years: 1997 to 2007

Lange started producing and remixing during the late nineties peak of the trance genre, signing to seminal EMI trance imprint Additive.  His first single on Additive was ‘The Root of Unhappiness / Obsession’ (Additive 1998) but it was his remixes of other Additive artists which brought him to prominence.  His remixes of tracks such as DJ Sakin & Friends’ ‘Protect Your Mind’ (Additive 1999), and Marc Et Claude’s ‘La’ (Additive 1998) earned him the support of the scene’s biggest DJs, including Paul Oakenfold, Sasha, Paul van Dyk, and Judge Jules.

In 2000 Lange released the vocal trance track ‘Follow Me’ (Positiva 2000).  The commercial edge to ‘Follow Me’ helped ensure it was Lange’s biggest success to date and in 2002 he followed it with the similarly commercial vocal trance track ‘Drifting Away’ (VC Recordings 2002) which was similarly successful. In 2004 Lange started his own record label Lange Recordings that featured tracks by himself and other artists such as Gareth Emery.

Lange continued to produce, remix and DJ regularly during the following years but his profile began to fade with none of his productions reaching the same commercial heights as ‘Follow Me’ or ‘Drifting Away’.

'Out Of The Sky'
(Maelstrom Records 2008)
'Harmonic Motion'
(Maelstrom Records 2010)

Later Years: 2008 to present

Lange's career though was catapulted into an instant Renaissance with the success of the single ‘Out Of The Sky’ (Maelstrom Records 2008).  Featuring Sarah Howells on vocals ‘Out Of The Sky’ goes beyond the standard blueprint of mainstream vocal trance, instead combining guitars, pop/rock drum patterns with a pop song arrangement. The stand-out arrangement and big melodic hook of ‘Out Of The Sky’ made the track an instant success, whilst remixes from the likes of Kyau and Albert ensured club land popularity.

Lange included ‘Out Of The Sky’ on his first studio album ‘Better Late Than Never’ (Maelstrom Records 2008). The same year he launched his radio show Intercity. With the enthusiastic support of top name DJs including Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten and Above and Beyond Lange found himself in greater demand as a producer and remixer than he had ever been before.  His DJ career has also gone through a resurgence and Lange now frequently plays at events such as Global Gathering and Creamfields, and at clubs such as the Ministry Of Sound, Godskitchen and Gatecrasher.

In 2009 Lange experienced further success via his remake of the late nineties trance classic ‘Happiness Happening’, released as ‘Happiness Happening 2009’ (Lange Recordings 2009) which went to the top of the UK trance charts.  In 2010 he released his second studio album ‘Harmonic Motion’ (Maelstrom Records 2010). In 2011 Lange teamed up with Fabio XB and vocalist Yves De Lacroix to release the electro vocal trance track ‘Electrify’ (S107 Recordings 2011).

The fact that Lange has the relatively rare privilege of having had two periods of success is testament to his production skills and ability to evolve and reinvent his sound, ensuring it remains as relevant and contemporary to audiences 13 years after his first single. Though Lange broke onto the scene at the height of the club culture boom of the late nineties, his greatest success has come via commercial vocal trance.

Lange’s father is a piano player and he grew up listening to classical piano. At 15 years old he realized he wanted to start sound engineering.  He got his first record deal after leaving university.