Scottish producer Lanark Artefax has made his debut on Numbers with a new EP, 'Corra Linn'.

It is his first solo release since his breakthrough 'Whities 011' EP in 2017.

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A natural theme runs throughout the project. It is named after a waterfall in Scotland's Lanark region, which flows into one of the oldest hyro-electric power stations in the UK, and the EP artwork depicts a photomicrographic imagic of the rare and precious mineral form, Lanarkite; £1 from each record sold on Bandcamp will even be donated to the Scottish Wildlife Trust

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Limited copies of the EP will be pressed on clear, transparent vinyl.

Head to Bandcamp to grab your copy of 'Corra Linn' and to the artist's updated website, which offers a digital archive to accompany the release.

You can also check out the title track below.

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Lanark Artefax's 'Corra Linn' EP is out now
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