Dark Entries are set to release uncovered music from Patrick Cowley.
San Francisco label Dark Entries has overseen a number of reissues from the late producer, including compilations of the gay porn soundtracks he produced in the '70s.
The Dark Entries label has revealed that 40 more reels of unheard music by Patrick Cowley have been discovered in an attic.
Writing on Twitter, the label said: "just when you think there is no more... you ask Patrick Cowley's studio mate if you can look in their attic and with a phone flashlight you discover 40 more reels of music from 1974-79..."
A second volume of electronic music pioneer Patrick Cowley’s gay porn soundtracks are to be released by Dark Entries.
Cowley, best known for his work with hi-NRG legend Sylvester and hits like ‘Megatron Man’, was hired by John Coletti, owner of LA-based gay porn company Fox Studio, in the late ‘70s to soundtrack a number of his films.
The recordings Cowley sent over are perhaps some of the most groundbreaking sounds to be used on a porno soundtrack, made during his time at the Electronic Music Lab, which he co-founded at the City College of San Francisco.