Ethereal Logic
Intergalactic World Music

Intergalactic World Music




2x Vinyl 12" Album



Release date

May 1, 2021

Ethereal Logic, the experimental project of in-house producers S.Moreira and Indi Zone, returns with another extraordinary trip, this time accompanying their characteristical exploratory soundscapes with hypnotic tribalistic patterns.

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