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Morlock
Ancient Paths

As the palette-cleansing solo project of proggy doom rock drummer Andrew Prestige, MORLOCK! present the atmospheric and retro 'Ancient Paths'. The result is a vintage slab of melancholic electronica, garnished with analogue synths, lo-fi guitars, while tinged with whiffs of Kraftwerk, OMD and Tubeway Army.
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Orgasmo Sonore
Revisiting Obscure Library Music

Library Music, that odd beast. Specifically designed not to be actively listened to, there are nevertheless plenty of collections of this material out there, several of them courtesy of your friend Orgasmo Sonore. This new collection on Cineploit presents 12 curious gems for your pleasure: light, breezy and loungey, but also rather compelling.

Sospetto
Il Sonno Eterno

Sospetto is a side-project of Christian Rzechak, who also records as Pan/Scan. The aim of the game is to tune into the vibe and sound of the oceans of vintage film soundtracks being reissued by labels like Cineploit, and to create new music in a similar vein. Il Sonno Eterno is a collaboration with singer Christine Marks, in a library-ish suite of dreamy melodicism. Out on Cineploit.
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  • Cineploit

Various
Omaggio al Maestro Ennio Morricone

The Cineploit label have reached five years of fine releases, and are celebrating in an ideal way, with a homage to key hero of the soundtracks community, Ennio Morricone! Omaggio al Maestro Ennio Morricone features exclusive tracks by every member of the Cineploit roster, doing versions of Morricone pieces from films like The Thing and Exorcist 2. What a treat.
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Orgasmo Sonore
Themes International

Orgasmo Sonore are trying to sneak this one in under the radar, impersonating an obscure reissue from the 70’s. But in fact, Themes International is all brand new material, performed in the style of old library music and giallo soundtracks. Orgasmo really know how to wear these styles! Packed in a vintage-styled sleeve, on Cineploit.
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Luigi Porto
Scimmie – Colonna Sonora “L ́Apocalisse delle Scimmie” di Romano Scavolini

Romano Scavolini made and directed the film 'L'apocalisse delle Scimmie' in 2005, and asked composer Luigi Porto to give him a score that absolutely wasn't a soundtrack: according to Porto, he asked for "something that continues even if the film stops, a music that doesn't care". The result is this thing that is a soundtrack but also isn't.
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  • Cineploit

Pan/Scan
Cinematic Lies

Pan/Scan have a lot of love for those crucial film soundtracks of the 80’s: the synth-heavy ones from the keyboards of John Carpenter, Goblin and Fabio Frizzi. They pay their homage with Cinematic Lies, their debut full-length, which traces the outlines of an imaginary film with its multi-faceted dramatic stylings. 500 CD copies and 500 LP copies (the LP also comes with a CD), on Cineploit.

Oscillotron
Cataclysm

It’s good to have a range of interests isn’t it? David Johansson is known in the doom metal world for his noisy howling as the frontman of Kongh, but he also makes vintage synth music in a giallo-in-space kind of style, as Oscillotron. Cataclysm is his second album under the moniker, and it sounds just as shimmering and groovy as the old 70’s and 80’s material it worships. Out on Cineploit.
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  • Cineploit

Zoltan
Sixty Minute Zoom

Here's an all important delivery of spaced-out, sci-fi prog rock for y'all. Zoltan's 'Sixty Minute Zoom' is unapologetic about its synth-soundtracked fictions and geeky narratives, instead folding them into twenty-minute suites based on dystopian novels from the '20s. Electronic prog rock isn't much cooler than middle-class rock band prog rock -- but it is as fun.
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  • Cineploit

Rashomon
The Cameraman ́s Revenge


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