Beirutnightlife.com Exclusive: Lange “Can’t Wait to Perform for the Lebanese Crowds”

Lange is an old school Trance name that unlike others, has kept his creative engine churning out melodic choruses and magnificent buildups for almost 15 years. The British sensation has several Trance anthems under his belt, as well as dozens of compilations with the like of legends Armin van Buuren and Paul van Dyk.

Lange’s visit to Lebanon on November 27th with Ferry Corsten will be his first, and here’s what he had to say about that in an exclusive interview with Beirutnightlife.com: “It’s always exciting to play in a country for the first time.  I know Lebanon is one of Ferry’s favorite places to play (and eat!) and he’s not the only one to tell me the crowds are incredibly passionate there, so I can’t wait!”

Lange’s latest album has cemented his Trance master reputation, with Lange telling Beirutnightlife.com: “Harmonic Motion was a great success! I was really pleased with the finished album and how well both fans and peers received it. From the feedback, I think I succeeded in making an album that can be listened to at home as well as providing many club-rocking tracks!” he then added “HM is split 50/50 between vocal tracks and instrumentals and features songs by Emma Hewitt, Sarah Howells, and Betsie Larkin – All amazing vocalists!” You can check the album details on www.djlange.com

Lange will be playing alongside his friends, Ferry Corsten and Solarstone a set he divulged to us will be “An energetic and quite eclectic set from me! I like to mix it up a bit when I spin so expect some melodic, but also some grooved and driving trance” admitting he “…[has] to take into account the time of night you are playing, but the range of music I play is so varied in my sets anyway! I like to keep it interesting and always follow my instincts on the night. It’s essential to play from the heart!”

When Beirutnightlife.com asked about what Lange believes is different between the European and Middle-Eastern clubbing and raving scenes, his response was “It’s still an evolving scene in the middle East.  It always adds that extra excitement to be playing events in newer territories!”

Finally, Lange left all Lebanese clubbers coming to Ferry Corsten’s November 27th event with Poliakov at Forum de Beyrouth a message…

“I’m really excited to be visiting Lebanon for the first time, and can’t wait to perform in front of the amazing crowds I’ve heard about! See you all soon… Can’t wait!”

More about the event on BNL

For a chance to win one of FOUR VIP and TWELVE Regular tickets to see Lange live alongside Ferry Corsten and Solarstone on November 27th, go here!