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New Email Address!

Hi there. We’ve heard that some people’s emails haven’t been getting through. So we decided to create a new email address so you can reach us better.

So from now on, please send any emails to rangerecordingstudios@gmail.com

You can always give us a call too! We’re always happy to hear about your upcoming project.
(610) 649-7100

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El Malito and the 33rd Century

El Malito and the 33rd century are in the studio tonight!

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Les Paul’s ’58 Les Paul at Range

Vintage guitar dealer Neal Gallop dropped by the other day to show us a unique find that one of his customers made. Check it out!

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Dr. Dog’s Philly.com session at Range

Check out these videos from Dr. Dog’s Philly.com session here at Range with Dan DeLuca!

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Dr. Dog at Range

On Friday the 27th, hometown heroes Dr. Dog were here for a session and interview by Dan DeLuca. Check out some pics below!

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Whitewater Pass at Range!

For the past few weeks the ultra-talented local band Whitewater Pass has been working at Range on their newest album. The band recently posted photos and videos on their website from their sessions here at the studio. Check them out!

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Moosh and Twist of OCD at Range

Moosh and Twist of OCD were in the studio today working on the tracks “Streetlights” and “Germ” for their upcoming mixtape due out in early January. These guys are on fire. Right before the session started, the duo posted their latest music video for the song “Kick Us Out” to YouTube. Within an hour, the video was already blowing up on Facebook and the blogs. Check it out:

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The War on Drugs here at Range

In November, the War on Drugs were here for a recording session. Philadelphia Inquirer music journalist Dan DeLuca stopped by to interview the band for a feature on Philly.com. Check it out the interview as well as a video of a performance of the band’s song “Your Love is Calling my Name”.

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Nikki Jean at Range

Back in September, recording artist Nikki Jean and music writer Dan DeLucca were in the studio shooting a feature for Philly.com. Check out these videos of Nikki performing with her band and being interviewed by Dan. Enjoy!

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John Wesley Harding and The War on Drugs this week at Range!

We have a big week coming up here at the studio.

On Tuesday the 15th, John Wesley Harding will be here with his band The King Charles Trio, an all-star lineup consisting of Peter Buck of R.E.M, John Moen, Chris Funk, Jenny Conlee-Drizos and Nate Query of The Decemberists, and Scott McCaughey of The Minus Five. Be sure to check out John Wesley Harding and The King Charles Trio Tuesday night after the session at World Cafe Live.

Wednesday the 16th will be a great one as well, as Adam Granduciel, Dave Hartley, Steven Urgo, and Robbie Bennett of Philadelphia’s own The War of Drugs will be recording a session at the studio. Be sure to check out The War on Drugs’ new release, Slave Ambient— Pitchfork declared it “Best New Music”.

Here at Range are all very pleased to have these two great sessions booked for this upcoming week.

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