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Pye Corner Audio
The Spiral

Another missive from the Head Technician of Pye Corner Audio, who's still beavering away with the sort of synth patterns that sound like they should soundtrack an 80s action movie. Bloopy sci-fi synth that is remarkable sought after despite it not being the right decade anymore. Out on Death Waltz Originals and sure to go fast.  
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Graham Reznick
Glass Angles

If he’s not a familiar name to you, Graham Reznick has had a hand in some of the most haunting soundtrack work of the last decade, scoring video games and movies. Now, he delivers a debut solo album titled Glass Angles, taking inspiration from the night-time streets of his home city of Los Angeles.
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BABii
HiiDE

Described as sounding like literally everything all the way from Grimes to fka Twigs this is the debut album from producer BABii (pronounced...um... Babii) and it's produced by none other than Sir Adrian Sherwood (On-U-Sound System). Expect hook laden electronica with dark industrial undercurrents and if you are very quick there'll be a super duper Dinked version. On Death Waltz Originals. 
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Pentagram Home Video
Who's Here? I'm Here, You're Here

Pentagram Home Video has released an album chock-full of sleazy acid-inspired bangers. Each track has been unleashed in 'orrible sticky-floored basement clubs up and down the land. Listen for the downtempo thump of 'Who's Here? I'm Here, You're Here' and the dark acid meanderings of 'Precinct Nite'. For fans of Throbbing Gristle and Paranoid London. 
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Hunter Complex
Open Sea

New synth business from Hunter Complex, using a vibrant mixture of analogue and digital synthesisers and drum machines to achieve excitement. Open Sea isn’t one of those abstract modular jamming records: it is full of melodic interests and rhythmic fun, although it does also have a great textural richness. Ten tracks on Death Waltz Originals.
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Dolls
Pop The Bubble EP

Dolls (no, not the 1970s Swedish Schlager trio, silly - the up & coming Essex/London garage rock duo!) ready their new EP and highest-profile release yet, Pop the Bubble. Produced by Nick Cave & Grinderman drummer Jim Sclavunos, the four songs on side A showcase the duo’s sass, talent and dissatisfaction with wasteful and superficial modern life. Side B has a track called ‘Etched’, which doesn’t sound very good but certainly looks nice.

Various
Blanck Mass presents... The Strange Colour of Your Body's Tears Re-Score

Ben Blanck Mass Powers has been given the enviable task of compiling a soundtrack for a Giallo tribute film, The Strange Colour Of Your Body’s Tears. Rather than trawling the archives, he’s commissioned new pieces from the likes of Helm, C. Spencer Yeh and Phil Julian, as well as some new material of his own. Wow!
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Dust Witch
Mirage

Synth arpeggios, a processional drum beat and a mellotron-esque layer open this 7" in a fashion that persists over the rest of the release. Soon convention harming 7/8 rhythms disorientate the sense, as the atmosphere builds in solemn psychedelic colours, exploding into a vivid synth kaleidoscope on the flip side.
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Deadly Avenger
Everyday Is Kill

With a history linked to leftfield and breakbeat producers, Deadly Avenger's synth styling had perhaps been slightly overlooked. With this return album after 8 years of silence, he's back and is sounding as cosmic as ever. A crisp retro future lies at the record's heart, with precision drama and contemplation.
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Wojciech Golczewski
The Signal

Prolific soundtrack reissuers Death Waltz continue their series of original works with Wojciech Golczewski’s The Signal, the second installment of his proposed trilogy. The Signal does a great job of conjuring up images of a non-existent movie in the head of the listener, with its chunky space-synths and dramatic melodies. LP release on Death Waltz Originals.
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Timothy Fife
Black Carbon

New on Death Waltz and severely limited is this three track solo LP from Timothy Fife. He's obviously deeply in thrall to the atmospheric synth lines as previously explored by the likes of Vangelis and Tangerine Dream.  These intense and hard edged synth pieces would be perfect soundtracking the sort of 80s horror movie where someone is running away from someone/something. 
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Miles Brown
Seance Fiction

Miles Brown is probably best known as a member or horror synth mega-lords The Night Terrors, and whilst musically very different the tone is very much still there. Replacing ominous theremins and in-your-face terrifying organ stabs with playful synthesised chip music akin to College or The Postal Service… if they had some dystopian existential crisis.

Wojciech Golczewski
Reality Check

Wojciech Golczewski is a score composer for TV and film, known for We Are Still Here  and 400 Days. In true form Death Waltz have got him down for his debut solo album. Huge 80s inspired synths, arpeggiators and drums that sound like a slowed, and broken world of a platform game such as Space Harrier or Metroid.
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Pentagram Home Video
The Satanic Path

New music in a semi-vintage style from Pentagram Home Video, one of the artists on Death Waltz’s ‘Originals’ spin-off label. The Satanic Path is all about thick analogue synth curtains and potent drum machines, creating a very doomy vibe indeed. This is the debut album of the Pentagram Home Video Project.
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Federale
All The Colours Of The Dark

Hitting you in the chest and reaching the dark corners of the nature of man in a way that would be fitting for a True Detective soundtrack, Collin Hegna of The Brian Jonestown Massacre’s side project creates soundtracks to imaginary spaghetti westerns with a darkerned southern twist. For fans of King Dude, The Handsome Family.

Joel Grind
Equinox

Inspired by the likes of John Carpenter, Tangerine Dream, Fabio Frizzi and Jean Michel Jarre is Equinox - Joel Grind's latest expedition. Using a retro collection of synths such as the Moog Sub 37 and the Elektron Analog Rythm, the Pennsylvania-born pioneer adds 9 brand new slices of 70s/80s-inspired electronica to his ambient catalogue.
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Antoni Maiovvi & Umberto
Law Unit

‘Law Unit’ is the latest release on Death Waltz Originals by retro futurists Umberto (Prophecy Of The Black Widow, Night Has A Thousand Screams) and Antoni Maiovvi (Yellow, Delta City). The resulting ten tracks explore the possibilities of early experimental, industrial music through disharmonious, reflective synths, determined apocalyptic percussion and the occasional suggestion of electric guitar.
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Black Channels
Oracles

Black Channels present their first release, a 10”. EP demonstrates what they do: these are cinematic songs coated with a mysterious aesthetic, velvet darkness lurking around every corner. Tape loops and manipulated female vocals are some of the elements that set up this atmospheric vibe. On Death Waltz Originals.