The San Francisco house head's double-LP comes out in May.
Planet Trash follows seven years of EPs for labels like Honey Soundsystem, Unknown To The Unknown, Clone Jack For Daze and his own Soo Wavey Records. It's influenced by "Latin freestyle and classic acid," says Dark Entries, and includes a track with frequent collaborator and fellow (former) Bay Area producer Matrixxman. San Francisco itself was an influence on the album, the label says. Planet Trash's ambient tracks are inspired by the famous Bay Area fog, and his track with Matrixxman is named after local venue Bottom Of The Hill.
Vin Sol featured in Matt McDermott's feature about the shifting landscape of San Francisco's dance music scene.
Listen to clips.
01. Masking Tape
03. Misguided Until Today
04. Planet Trash
05. Bottom Of The Hill feat. Matrixxman
07. Sutro Tower
08. The Bohemian Club
10. Crumbling (Bonus Track)
Dark Entries will release Planet Trash on May 17th, 2019.