Terrestrial Access Network – Distant Lands [LDI Records]

LDI Records return with their fourth release and debut solo EP from Texan electro producer Terrestrial Access Network, showcasing six original cerebral electro tracks inspired by the artists shifting nomadic existence around the rattling expanse of the US. The record is backed up with a spooked out remix from Delsin Records’ very own Versalife, aka Conforce, making for an excellent all-round listen.

Releasing music since 2019, Terrestrial Access Network tends to feed upon the energy of his environment, attracted to the energies of serene and calm landscapes which subtly influence his intricate productions. With a natural tendency to create powerful and immersive heads down moments for any dance floor, the young artist releases another intoxicating gem including today’s premiere “Distant Lands”.

Listen to the premiere of “Distant Lands” below.

‘Distant Lands EP’ is set to drop January 24th on LDI Records and is available to purchase on Bandcamp.

Tracklist:
A1: Voltage Anagnorisis

A2: Endless Dunes
A3: Distant Lands
B1: Intergalactic Commodities (Versalife Remix)
B2: Intergalactic Commodities
B3: Slow Fall

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