On 21 March I'll be releasing two albums, one spoken word and one by Logos. Just to thoroughly confuse matters, both will be named Nexus, and both will be compilations; in Logos' case collecting tracks from all previous albums, and in the Darren Francis case, collecting tracks from God Thing and Future Ghosts, along with two prevously unreleased pieces. Both will be free to download.
These albums have the same name as they have the same purpose. They are intended as an introduction to my work for the uninitiated. They will also be ever-evolving; as and when I release future albums, I'll periodically update the Nexus track content. Here are the current track listings:
Darren Francis - Nexus
01: He Knows The Use Of Ashes
02: The Sound
03: 4581 Asclepius
04: Black Olives
05: Fissure King
06: The Puppet Has No Master
07: God, Love, Money, & Other Snares
08: 1995 [The Empire Never Ended]
09: Will I Dream
10: The Movements Of All Mankind
13: Black Stars Will Have Their Season
14: K & I [Panthalassa Shoreline]
15: The Hills Are Alive
16: Her Constellation
4581 Asclepius, The Puppet Has No Master, 1995 [The Empire Never Ended], The Movements Of All Mankind, Cygnusolar, Black Stars Will Have Their Season, K & I[Panthalassa Shoreline], Her Constellation, are taken from the album Future Ghosts.
Black Olives, Fissure King, God, Love, Money & Other Snares, Will I Dream, Scarecrow, The Hills Are Alive, are taken from the album God Thing.
He Knows The Use Of Ashes, The Sound, are both previously unreleased, and taken from my in-progress album All Things Left On Earth, which I anticipate will be finished later this year. Early versions of both appeared on my soundcloud page a while back, though I've tidied up the mixes since for their inclusion on Nexus.
Here's the Logos track listing:
Logos - Nexus
01: Everybody Gets Elves
02: Santa Susana Blues
03: Shamania [Solstice Prologue]
04: To Please The Moon
05: Hungry Knife
07: Do You Love?
08: Gehenna Now 
09: Hollow Hills Of London
This was a very difficult listing to compile, since some of my favourite Logos tracks are rather long and I had set a fixed running time for the album (80 minutes, enough to burn to a single CD). Hopefully it will encourage listeners to delve further into Logos' back catalogue; there's about eight hours of music there in all.
I'll post an update once both albums are available. As mentioned above, both are intended as 'samplers' of my work and will be free to download.
Currently reading: Empire Of Fear: Inside The Islamic State - Andrew Hosken (which isn't as good as the Jason Burke book on the same subject mentioned in my previous post, which is excellent and much recommended. I find Hosken, though readable, rather simple in style and prone to sensationalism in comparison).
Currently listening: Exploring The Psychedelic - Liquid Sound Company