Published Aug 24, 2015Nostalgic, Canadian-made fantasy film Turbo Kid is about to be celebrated by the movie lovers at Death Waltz. The imprint has announced it will issue a two-song 7-inch featuring film music from Montreal synthwave act Le Matos.
A vinyl single of the pair's "No Tomorrow" will be up for grabs on Wednesday (August 26). The A-side will feature the original version of the track, which is sung by Pawws, while the flip hosts an instrumental version. A press release praises Le Matos' "'80s synth music with a modern techno twist," comparing it to Daft Punk and "John Carpenter at his funkiest."
The single is being offered up in a limited edition of 700 copies on "blue heavyweight vinyl." It's added that Death Waltz will issue a full soundtrack for Turbo Kid later this year.
In the meantime, you'll find a stream of "No Tomorrow" over here.
You can read Exclaim!'s review of filmmakers' François Simard, Anouk Whissell and Yoann-Karl Whissell's Turbo Kid over here.
In related news, Mondo is also apparently set to issue a vinyl pressing of Clint Mansell's score to Darren Aronofsky's 2010 film, The Black Swan. Aronofsky himself tweeted a pic of the release, which will apparently come out on clear vinyl. The label has not yet formally announced the release.