Huxley Anne


(Dome of Doom)

Release date: Apr 14, 2017

The fragility and balancing act of creativity is an immeasurable factor in the life of any artist, serving as a commanding force in the choices they make over their careers. If the connection and meaning in creativity becomes devoid, there's a transformation process that either channels an ascension or departure. An internal and external battle that can chase and haunt individuals in every part of their life if one falls into the latter position. In the case of Los Angeles based electronic producer Huxley Anne, ascension was achieved during one of these tests of creative endurance and preservation, entering a phase of her life where the process of feeling art on meaningful levels had subsided for a lengthy period and the eventual reprisal of these natural gifts returned. This led to the creation of her debut album and an expansion in creativity that marks an important beginning for her path as an artist. This work is known as Ilium, representing a moment in Huxley Anne's life that's been one of her most testing yet rewarding mountains to climb.

Track Listing

  1. 1. Slant
  2. 2. Aphro Dye
  3. 3. Nin
  4. 4. Ashes
  5. 5. Celadon
  6. 6. Igredo
  7. 7. Aesop Fable
  8. 8. Dragoon

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