Lanark Artefax has released a new EP, titled 'Corra Linn'.
Out via Numbers, the three-track record is his first release for the Glasgow label. 'Corra Linn' takes its name from the waterfall of the same name, which is located above the Scottish village of New Lanark.
The EP’s cover art, meanwhile, is a photomicrographic image of Lanarkite, a rare mineral discovered at Leadhills, Lanarkshire. You can see the artwork and hear the title track via the embed below.
'Corra Linn', which is out now, is the Scottish producer's first full EP since his 2017 12" for Whities which featured breakout hit 'Touch Absence'. The producer's debut record came out a year earlier via Lee Gamble's UIQ label.
Last year, Lanark Artefax remixed Björk for a remix EP following on from her 2017 'Utopia' album.
Copyright Thrust Publishing Ltd. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.djmag.com as the source.