Dark Entries will release the debut album of Portugal’s Photonz this October.
Dubbed ‘Nuit’, the album is named for the Egyptian goddess of sky, stars, and astronomy. And according to the press release, Photonz “was really swept away by the concept of ‘freedom of form under the night sky’, the accepting embrace of Nuit.”
As Photonz, Marco Rodrigues has long been at the center of Libon’s underground. Together with Violet, who runs the popular Naive label (which made our listof labels to watch in 2019), Rodrigues co-founded Radio Quantica and the Rabbit Hole collective. They also recently launched Mina, a series of sex-positive, queer and intersectional-feminist techno parties.
‘Nuit’ will be out on vinyl via Dark Entries on October 11th. The 2LP package, featuring royal blue and neon yellow jacket designed by Eloise Leigh, will come with a glow-in-the-dark sticker and a postcard with notes on the record.
Listen to a preview of ‘Nuit’ below, and pre-order it here.
Last month, the San Francisco-base Dark Entries also announced the release of Violet's debut LP, 'Bed of Roses'.
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