The Range announces Superimpose Documentary and EP Release

The Range announces Superimpose Documentary and EP Release

SUPERIMPOSE explores the making of The Range's new album Potential, which exclusively uses the voices of people who posted videos of themselves on YouTube. The documentary sheds light on the unique and varied human stories of the people featured on the album who were completely unknown to The Range (Brooklyn-based electronic producer James Hinton) when originally selected. The documentary travels to off-the-beaten-path neighborhoods of New York City, NY; Kingston, Jamaica and London, England to tell the stories of a wide range of unique people - from Kai, the shy Brooklyn teenager who loves singing Ariana Grande covers; to Damian “Naturaliss” Gordon, the charismatic Jamaican correctional officer by day, dancehall singer by night; to Ophqi, the determined Brixton rapper and dutiful father with a difficult past who is still waiting for his moment to succeed as a musician; and more. Directed by the gifted young filmmaker Daniel Kaufman whose resume includes short films and music videos for DJ Khaled, Waka Flocka Flame, OT Genasis, The Decemberists, and more.

An early version of the documentary screened this March at YouTube’s SXSW showcase in Austin, and this past weekend’s Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. Further screenings of the full version of the film have been announced in New York City and London. See a list of screenings and events below. 

SUPERIMPOSE screenings + events

*BEING RESCHEDULED* Los Angeles, CA - Anonymous Content  (Screening + Q&A with director Daniel Kaufman)

08-03 New York, NY - YouTube Space NY (Screening + Q&A + The Range DJ set) RSVP

08-04 Brooklyn, NY - THUMP Sunsets Live-stream (DJ set, with thanks to Serato)

08-04 New York, NY - Ludlow House (Screening + Q&A + Live Set) PRIVATE EVENT

08-09 London, UK - Rough Trade East (Screening + Q&A + Live Set) OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

SUPERIMPOSE is soundtracked by music from the Range’s critically acclaimed 2016 album Potential as well as unreleased new material made specifically for the documentary. A seven song EP - Superimpose (Music From the Documentary) EP - featuring new material from the documentary and a reworked version of Potential album standout ‘Superimpose’ is being released digitally to coincide with the documentary release on August 4, 2016. The documentary will be available on Youtube, Apple Music and other select providers.

Superimpose (Music From The Documentary) EP tracklisting

1. Superimpose (Damian Taylor Edit)

2. The Magic

3. Naught

4. Flag

5. True Value

6. No Loss (Superimpose Version)

7. Skeptical (Damian Taylor remix)

The Range has been announced as support on the upcoming Phantogram Fall US tour. This is in addition to dates this summer at North American and European festivals including Osheaga, Lowlands, Reading, among many others.