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Lanark Artefax
Institute of Contemporary Arts

Calum MacRae, known by his recording alias Lanark Artefax, is a Scottish electronic musician whose work blurs the boundary between experimental sound design and hybrid musical forms.

Emerging from a 4-year hiatus with the premier of a new audio-visual live show at Unsound Festival last year, Lanark Artefax will return to AD 93 with new music in the form of a 5-track EP, titled Metallur. The title track will be released on announce (20th March), and the full EP released 26th April.

Metallur is a 5-track EP of euphoric, amorphous night music inhabiting the phase-space between material and cyber dimensions. Emerging from a generative paradox of laser precision and fluid dynamism, the tracks fuse percussive, metallic force with warping tempos and a field of ethereal resonance and debris.

The result is insurgent, elemental; a time-smearing of hyperspace, where tellurian beats merge with alien glossolalia and vocal samples blip tesseracts of human affect into a ghostly, melodic aether. Music for a crushed infinity.
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07:00 pm
Sat, 11 May 2024

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- Please note a venue levy of £1.50 is included in the cost of all tickets.
- ICA Membership discounts do not apply for this event.
- This event is 18+, general admission, standing.
- This event may contain the use of haze.
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