Giallo Disco Records has opened up pre-orders for a vinyl edition of Volkan Akaalp‘s score to the Turkish short film Baskin, which is currently going through the festival rotation and winning several awards. Horror director Eli Roth has been quoted as saying the film is, “Disgusting. Disorienting. Brilliant”
Giallo Disco journeys further east with the release of BASKIN. Our first original soundtrack written by Turkish composer Volkan Akaalp for the short film by enfant terrible Can Evranol (To My Mother And Father). BASKIN tells the story of four cops discovering a nightmare of Lovecraftian proportions during a routine investigation. This incredible soundtrack is an eastern twist on the works of Fabio Frizzi, industrially corroded by early 90s R&S Records.
The vinyl comes with a full colour sleeve and two exclusive remixes on the b-side by Giallo Disco heads Vercetti Technicolor and Antoni Maiovvi.
The orders will begin shipping at the beginning of August. Head below to stream the album!
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