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The flamboyant electronic sound of San Francisco’s dancefloors soundtracked gay liberation in the '70s and '80s, even as its community faced decimation as a result...

Deep in the vaults of the San Francisco GLBT Historical Society and Museum Archives, a modest wooden crate glows with the importance of a sacred ...

Featuring pictures by famed New York nightlife documentarian Bill Bernstein and music by JKRIV, Morgan Whiley, Jitwam and TEYMORI

A series of rare Studio 54 images, along with a new 8-bit video game based on the seminal New York club, have been developed into...

Including riffs on Donna Summer, Herbie Hancock and The Temptations

Dark Entries has announced a new Patrick Cowley archival collection which will arrive next month. 

'Some Funkettes' comprises seven previously unreleased cover songs recorded by...

Before his death in 1982, Patrick Cowley produced some of the American gay underground's most thrilling dance music, from chart-topping disco to radical club tracks...

There’s a notorious scene in 1980 thriller Cruising that might be the best fictional time capsule we have of a wanton, unfettered gay dance floor...

The album will comprise of 13 tracks

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...

The music was all produced in the latter half of the 1970s...

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...

More gems from the Fox Studio vaults.

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...