August 30 might as well be New Year’s Eve in Boston. Come Labor Day weekend, roughly a quarter million students will infest our fine city, clogging T stations and sidestreets with dumbfounded looks and bad fashion. In preparation, we’re going underground. The W Hotel’s Electric Summer Music Series keeps the subterranean beat alive at Descent (100 Stuart St) for party collective JASS’s one year anniversary, featuring headlining sets from Providence’s THE RANGE and Los Angeles’ Gossamer and Moiety (the Melt), while the label and club night’s resident crew of Time Wharp, T-Dredz, Fens, and Taye Digg$ keep the downtown venue’s elongated dance floor packed and your cocktail glass emptied. For advance prep, the Range (Providence electronic music wiz James Hinton), passed along “Nothing Left,” off last month’s Disk EP (from UK label Donkey Punch). It’s a frenetic experimental pop chill ride perfect for tonight’s party down below.
DOWNLOAD: The Range "Nothing Left" [mp3]
The Range - disk by Donky Pitch