Miss Kittin & The Hacker, Bézier and Second Layer will all deliver new records via the San Francisco label this month.

Dark Entries will celebrate their sixth birthday with three new releases, beginning with Miss Kittin & The Hacker’s Lost Tracks Vol. 1 on July 28. That record brings together four previously unreleased demos from the French pair, which were recorded between 1997 and 1999. According to the label, the tracks are “distinguished by Miss Kittin’s French accented voice, full of derision, as she sings about falling in love with an alien, sexy nightlife in Berlin and explicit S&M leather play.”

July 21 will see the release of Bézier’s Telomeres. That EP is a follow-up to 2013’s Ensconced and finds the producer blending elements of Spanish new wave, Italo disco, synth punk and industrial music.

Dark Entries will also issue World of Rubber on July 21. The 20-track release compiles the entire recorded catalogue of UK duo Second Layer as well as a few unreleased cuts. Second Layer is the side project of British post-punk outfit The Sound. The new collection includes the band’s 1981 album World of Rubber, two earlier EPs and five demos recorded between 1978 and 1980. According to Dark Entries, Second Layer were “homegrown electronic garage band that sits alongside their contemporaries Joy Division, Cabaret Voltaire and Public Image Limited.”

You can check the tracklists for all three releases below. [via RA]


Miss Kittin & The Hacker – Lost Tracks Vol. 1
01. Leather Forever
02. Nightlife
03. Miss Crazy Bullshit
04. Loving The Alien

Bézier – Telomeres
01. Telomeres
02. Centrifuge
03. Automation
04. Laboratory
05. Necropolis
06. Fukushima

Second Layer – World Of Rubber
01. Definition Of Honour
02. In Bits
03. Fixation
04. Save Our Souls
05. Distortion
06. Underneath The Glass
07. Zero
08. Japanese Headset
09. Black Flowers
10. Courts Or Wars
11. Metal Sheet
12. Germany
13. State Of Emergency
14. I Need Noise
15. The Cutting Motion
16. Intro
17. Split Screen
18. Death Process
19. The Telephone Call…
20. Deadly Norwegian Attack



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