Disto Roundup | Deadgirl, The Duke Of Burgundy, and The Visitor


Joseph Bauer’s score to one of the most brutal independent horror films of the last five years, Deadgirl, is now available for the first time on vinyl in a limited edition of 500 copies on 180g, two-tone wax! Deadgirl is the story of two high school boys, Rickie and JT, who discover a beautiful zombie chick imprisoned in an abandoned mental asylum. She cannot die and she also cannot escape from these two hormonal, angsty trespassers. The film is very dark. Its score is vivid and brilliant: at times beautiful, at times melancholy and ambient, at times mischievous and exciting. Director Marcel Sarmiento supervised this release, which was sourced from the composer’s original master recordings.

Listen to the soundtrack on Spotify.


Cat’s Eyes’ rich soundtrack to Peter Strickland’s inflammatory and sensual 2014 film The Duke Of Burgundy is now available for preorder! Harpsichord, violin, flute, and harp flutter through the tracks, lead occasionally by an ethereal female voice. The film itself tells the tale of a woman who studies butterflies and moths, and begins testing the limits of her relationship with her lover. It is visually stunning, as well unsettling and kinky as hell. Cat’s Eyes’ sumptuous and haunting score holds its own without even the context of the film. Check out this interview with Cat’s Eyes about their approach to the project and listen to a stream of the album.

Also, check out the film’s trailer:



We’ve got another gorgeous release from Mondo available for preorder: The Visitor soundtrack by Franco Micalizzi, with art by Jay Shaw. Pressed on black vinyl and randomly-inserted sunburst vinyl. In Giulio Paradisi’s 1979 film The Visitor… no, you know what? I’m just going to quote IMDB directly because it’s priceless and I couldn’t say it better myself:

John Huston stars as an intergalactic warrior who joins a cosmic Christ figure in battle against a demonic 8-year-old girl, and her pet hawk, while the fate of the universe hangs in the balance. Multi-dimensional warfare, pre-adolescent profanity and brutal avian attacks combine to transport the viewer to a state unlike anything they’ve experienced… somewhere between Hell and the darkest reaches of outer space.”

What more could you want? A fat, funky score to go along with it, you say? Well, here you go. This amazing 2LP, 180gram vinyl reissue of Micalizzi’s score just begs for a full, high-quality listen.