Cinematic Synths: Slasher Film Festival Strategy’s Christopher Ashley

Cinematic Synths: Slasher Film Festival Strategy's Christopher Ashley

Cinematic Synths: Slasher Film Festival Strategy's Christopher Ashley

A great number of micro labels have popped up parallel to the soundtrack resurgence. While Death Waltz, One Way Static, and Giallo Disco do a lot of soundtrack reissues and releases, they’ve also been at work to present new artists working in the the ‘genre.’ Acts – like Videogram, Antoni Maiovvi, M

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Anthology horror GHOST STORIES makes the leap from stage to screen

Anthology horror GHOST STORIES makes the leap from stage to screen

Anthology horror GHOST STORIES makes the leap from stage to screen

“The Brain Sees What It Wants to See.” So goes the poster tagline for Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman’s film, Ghost Stories. Watching the film, it takes a while to figure out just what it means, but once it clicks, the film becomes one of the most rewarding horror anthologies to come along in ages.

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Cinematic Synths: One Way Static’s Sebastiaan Putseys

Cinematic Synths: One Way Static's Sebastiaan Putseys

Cinematic Synths: One Way Static's Sebastiaan Putseys

A great number of micro labels have popped up parallel to the soundtrack resurgence. While Death Waltz, One Way Static, and Giallo Disco do a lot of soundtrack reissues and releases, they’ve also been at work to present new artists working in the the ‘genre.’ Acts like  Videogram, Antoni Maiovvi, Me

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I KILL GIANTS – Starburst Magazine

I KILL GIANTS - Starburst Magazine

I KILL GIANTS - Starburst Magazine

Director Anders Walter’s festival favourite fantasy film only saw a limited theatrical release before going to VOD in March 2018. It’s a shame, as the emotionally-fraught action movie has a strong potential to really break out and really demands to be seen in big screen glory. The effectiveness of the film is due in no small … Continued

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Kid Koala | FLOOR KIDS – Starburst Magazine

Kid Koala | FLOOR KIDS - Starburst Magazine

Kid Koala | FLOOR KIDS - Starburst Magazine

STARBURST catches up with the talented Canadian DJ and scratch artist who also dabbles in graphic novels to find out about his latest project – scoring a video game! To his parents, he’s known as Eric San, but to millions of fans, he’s the astonishingly adept master of beats and turntables, Kid Koala. With six … Continued

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BEYOND THE GATES – Starburst Magazine

BEYOND THE GATES - Starburst Magazine

BEYOND THE GATES - Starburst Magazine

At this point in its life, Wojciech Golczewski’s score for Beyond the Gates has been released in three formats, each regressing further in terms of media. It was first available digitally, then via cassette from Data Airlines, and now on vinyl from Death Waltz Record Co. Given the fact that Jackson Stewart’s film is about … Continued

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EARTH: ONE AMAZING DAY – Starburst Magazine

EARTH: ONE AMAZING DAY - Starburst Magazine

EARTH: ONE AMAZING DAY - Starburst Magazine

BBC’s groundbreaking 2007 documentary, Earth, saw the world in macro, looking at the world as the film moves from North to the South Pole over the course of one year. It also took a view of three species – polar bear, bush elephant, and humpback whale — to bring the focus a little closer in focus. Its & Continued

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JOSIE & THE PUSSYCATS (2001) – Starburst Magazine

JOSIE & THE PUSSYCATS (2001) - Starburst Magazine

JOSIE & THE PUSSYCATS (2001) - Starburst Magazine

When Josie & the Pussycats was originally released in 2001, it came just a year after the end of the Sabrina the Teenage Witch series on the American ABC network. One would’ve thought that another modern update of an Archie Comics title would’ve been hot on its heels, but the poor box office performance of & Continued

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Interview: Brian McOmber (It Comes At Night)

Interview: Brian McOmber (It Comes At Night)

Brian McOmber’s resume as a composer may be quite recent — the vast majority of his work having come in the last three years. However, his musical career is much longer, having performed as the drummer for the Dirty Projectors from 2007’s Rise Above through 2012’s Swing Lo Magellan. He’s come to greater attention over the summer for his score to the Trey Edward Shults thriller, It Comes At Night. Digitally, the score was released concurrently with the film, and it’s as tense a listen as the film is a watch. It’s out today on vinyl, via Milan Records, so we spoke with McOmber via Gchat about his compositional process.

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Vinyl Review: Detto Mariano & Dallaglio — La Principessa Nuda OST

Vinyl Review: Detto Mariano & Dallaglio -- La Principessa Nuda OST

Forty years after its debut, Stella Edizioni Musicali — one of the many sub-labels of Berlin’s Private Records — has unearthed another gem of a score by Italian composer Detto Mariano. This one’s for the soft-core international intrigue film, La Principessa Nuda, aka Black Magic.  The score features music by both Mariano and Dallaglio — also known as Gianni Dall’Aglio — who played together in the early half of the ‘70s as part of the Rebels, an Italian beat combo, with Mariano on keys and Dallaglio on drums.

Source: modern-vinyl.com/2017/08/14/vinyl-review-detto-mariano-dallaglio-la-principessa-nuda-ost/