L CON (Lisa Conway) has a habit of being … well, brilliant. Consider, if you will, “Form of Space”, a song based on a story by Italo Calvino, which involves a cosmic love triangle. Conway captures both the very human element of the tale as well as the eerie sense of the cold and infinite expanse of space. She does this by cleverly combining electronics and a motorik beat with a baroque, orchestral arrangement.

“Our narrator eternally falls into the deep and dark celestial void, forever in parallel with the woman of his dreams and his nemesis,” she tells Chart Attack. “All parties try and get the attention of one another — shifting and turning, trying to intersect and connect, though perpetually failing — destined to continue on separate paths for eternity.”