Sumy, Black Mirror Smithereens (Ryuichi Sakamato), and The Turning: Kate's Diary (ft. David Bowie, and Courtney Love)
Today we're celebrating the final part of our Record Store Day bundles. RSD Drop 3 includes "Funking In Your Mind" by Sumy. A rare Dutch funk track, now finally available again on 12". Be quick as there are only 1500 individually numbered copies on transparent blue vinyl available.
Furthermore we have two soundtracks for you; “Smithereens” is an episode of the critically acclaimed series Black Mirror. The score for this particular episode is composed by the legendary Ryuichi Sakamoto. The unique sleeve, including spot-varnish, is designed by Carsten Nicolai (Alva Noto). Only 1500 copies on Black & White marbled vinyl are available.
“The Turning: Kate's Diary” is an addition to the original soundtrack of the 2020 Horror movie. It features "American Landfill", a brand new, never-before heard song of David Bowie and Kristeen Young, as well as an exclusive acoustic version of “Mother” by Courtney Love. The album is available as a limited numbered edition of 2500 copies on dark red & black marbled vinyl, housed in a deluxe jacket with spot-varnish.
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Smithereens is the second episode of the fifth series of the anthology series Black Mirror. The score is composed by Ryuichi Sakamoto—composer, electro-pop pioneer, buddy to David Bowie, and synthesizer legend. His work since the late 1970s has taken him from the top of the charts.
The Turning is a 2020 American supernatural horror film directed by Floria Sigismondi and written by Carey W. Hayes and Chad Hayes. The Turning: Kate's Diary is an addition to the original soundtrack and features a never-before-heard song of David Bowie and Kristeen Young called "American Landfill".
Surinam born Sumy (real name Kenneth Sumter) started his musical career in the late '70s. During the early '80s Sumy signed a deal with Philips for two singles 'The Funky “G” (Only Comes At Night)' and 'Funkin' In Your Mind' plus recording and releasing an LP on his own record label Galaxy Records.