Bézier, Lena Willikens and Shoc Corridor also factor into the label's nine-year anniversary plans.
San Francisco label Dark Entries will celebrate its ninth birthday this July with nine new releases.
The label will handle the second LP from Texas producer Bill Converse, The Shape Of Things To Come. That one follows Converse's debut album, Meditations/Industry, a 2016 Dark Entries release that led to a wave of interest in the Detroit-rooted artist's production and DJ style. (He also has a double EP coming out on Tabernacle.)
In addition, Dark Entries has tapped Avalon Emerson, Kim Ann Foxman, Lena Willikens and Borusiade for a remix EP based on Lena Platonos's Sun Masks album.
Other July releases include an EP from Shoc Corridor, a reissue of Greyhouse's 1989 R&S Records release New Beats The House (with a new Jared Wilson remix) and a repress of Codek's cult classic Tam Tam / Closer 12-inch. Later in the month, Dark Entries will put out new music from Honey Soundsystem member Beziér and Savage Hymn, as well as release an album-length retrospective of '80s band Lives Of Angels. Finally, the flurry of activity is rounded off with a reissue of upstate New York musician Rich La Bonte's 1981 album Mayan Canals with two additional bonus tracks.
Head over to the Dark Entries site for detailed information on each of the nine releases, as well as four gay pride releases due in June.
Listen to clips from Bill Converse's The Shape Of Things To Come.
Preview Rich La Bonte's Mayan Canals.
Bill Converse - The Shape Of Things To Come
01. Thank You
03. Dorje Ngodup
05. Position Of Home
Rich La Bonte - Mayan Canals
01. White Magician
02. Red Giant
03. Bright Yellow Star
04. Show Me Pictures
06. Mayan Canals
07. Night Train To Albany
08. Chance Circumstance
09. Drums Along The Maple Wood
Dark Entries will release The Shapes Of Things To Come and Mayan Canals on July 3rd, 2017.