× Introduction 01 - Otto Lindholm - Cain 02 - Pan Daijing - The Island Within 03 - Lanark Artefax - Styx 04 - Petit Singe - Komm Wieder Mit 05 - Peder Mannerfelt - Post Sense Perspective 06 - Tomoko Sauvage - In Some Brighter Sphere 07 - Pye Corner Audio - Box In A Box 08 - Sophia Loizou - Shadows of Futurity 09 - Abul Mogard - Trembling With Tenderness 10 - Pär Grindvik - Speaking Their Minds 11 - Koenraad Ecker - Rat's Coat 12 - Roly Porter - Without Form 13 - Hodge - Sunlight On A Broken Column 14 - Gazelle Twin - The Dream Ends 15 - Shapednoise - Ghostly Metafiction 16 - ASC - Tessellate 17 - Batu - Zoo Hypothesis 18 - We Will Fail - Carbon Trail 19 - Peter Van Hoesen - 98 Lines 20 - Spatial - Haunted Dance Hall 21 - Yves De Mey - Solemn But Fading 22 - Mindspan - Accept Things As They Are 23 - Kangding Ray - Glacier 24 - ZOV ZOV - Post Six 25 - Ian William Craig - An End Of Rooms



In Death's Dream Kingdom

Lanark Artefax - Styx

About Styx

I wanted the track to feel like a sort of redemptive 'questing'; something tracking resolution but never being able to get there properly, not being able to 'see' etc. - strong themes in the poem.

Lanark Artefax

Glasgow-based electronic musician Lanark Artefax came to prominence following the release of his Glasz EP on Lee Gamble's UIQ label in 2016. Having been championed by heavyweights like Björk and Aphex Twin, he returned in 2017 with an EP for Nic Tasker's Whities label to massive critical acclaim, marking him out as one of the most exciting young artists in the UK right now, having developed an innovative and ultra-modern sound which aims to push the boundaries of abstract and experimental club music.