Vehlinggo has a particularly exciting special announcement for you today: The talented Graham Reznick’s debut solo LP, Glass Angles, is coming on Wednesday, Feb. 14. Death Waltz Originals will release the album on vinyl and Data Airlines/Data Kino will handle the digital and cassette releases.
Today, you can get an exclusive sneak peak at the record through the fantastic Reznick-directed music video for album cut “Highland Steel.”
Vehlinggo readers will surely know Reznick from his affiliation with Burning Witches Records. However, even if you don’t, you’ve seen and heard his work for more than 10 years. He was the sound designer on House of the Devil and Innkeepers, as well as co-writer of the video game horror hit Until Dawn.
For his first solo LP, Reznick has used the City of Los Angeles as his muse. Lush, electronic soundscapes buzz under neon-soaked streets, providing a warm, hazy record that shimmers with positivity. The record is split between rousing electronic bangers and more contemplative tracks, and makes the perfect late-night listen — whether you are crying in the car or home on your sofa.
To sum it all up, you’re in for a truly rewarding experience: Reznick is a supremely talented artist and Glass Angles kills. Buy it Wednesday via Death Waltz and Data Airlines.
Death Waltz Originals vinyl cover
Data Airlines cassette cover