The Scottish producer releases three brand new cuts through powerhouse Numbers.
Since his breakout EP through Whities back in 2017, Scottish producer Lanark Artefax has been kept busy touring with his lauded live A/V work. This time releasing via Glasgow institution, Numbers, he joins an impressive roster of artists including Peder Mannerfelt, Randomer, Mosca and Neil Landstrumm.
Taking its title from a waterfall in the Lanark area of Scotland, Corra Linn, sees the producer crafting out three high quality experimental electronic cuts, rich with ice cold synthesis, sharp, crisp percussion, and careful, deliberate sound design. He brings his considered approach to sound to the borders of club music, while never fully rolling over to its tested tropes.
The two year wait has been clearly worth it. While the general themes of his sound remain broadly the same as his 2016 debut on UIQ, this time it is much more refined and clearly demonstrates an artist who has found their sound and doubled down to create another excellent piece of work.
Corra Linn is released today and is pressed on black and transparent vinyl, with a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Scottish Wildlife trust.
Check our review of No Bounds festival 2019, where Lanark’s live A/V show was one of our highlights and watch the video to the lead single below.
Corra Linn is out now on Numbers
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