Album artwork for Daear by LTO

Based in Bristol, LTO first made waves as part of mysterious electronic collective Old Apparatus. As a solo producer, LTO has since attracted attention with three albums.

LTO's ambition to create ever more ambiguous and far-reaching sonic environments, whilst retaining something of the familiar and physical, have led him to take inspiration from imagined landscapes of the folklore of his Welsh ancestry and of the planet Mars. Both images of enchanted forests battling enraged giants from the underworld and unimaginably hostile planetary events guide this work of great magnitude.

In 'Daear', LTO explores an expansive sound pallet of swelling synths and noise, ambiguous string instruments, thunderous percussion, unearthly voices and his signature sound the piano, mostly processed beyond recognition. The result is a mysterious and deeply textured journey that could be set in both the distant past and uncertain future, on this planet or beyond.

LTO

Daear

Denovali Records
Album artwork for Daear by LTO
LP +

$28.99

Indie Exclusive

Silver Vinyl

Includes download code
Released 11/19/2021Catalog Number

LP-DEN-350LE

Album artwork for Daear by LTO
LP

$28.99

Black
Includes download code
Released 11/19/2021Catalog Number

LP-DEN-350

Album artwork for Daear by LTO
CD

$16.99

Released 05/07/2021Catalog Number

CD-DEN-350

LTO

Daear

Denovali Records
Album artwork for Daear by LTO
LP +

$28.99

Indie Exclusive

Silver Vinyl

Includes download code
Released 11/19/2021Catalog Number

LP-DEN-350LE

Album artwork for Daear by LTO
LP

$28.99

Black
Includes download code
Released 11/19/2021Catalog Number

LP-DEN-350

Album artwork for Daear by LTO
CD

$16.99

Released 05/07/2021Catalog Number

CD-DEN-350

Based in Bristol, LTO first made waves as part of mysterious electronic collective Old Apparatus. As a solo producer, LTO has since attracted attention with three albums.

LTO's ambition to create ever more ambiguous and far-reaching sonic environments, whilst retaining something of the familiar and physical, have led him to take inspiration from imagined landscapes of the folklore of his Welsh ancestry and of the planet Mars. Both images of enchanted forests battling enraged giants from the underworld and unimaginably hostile planetary events guide this work of great magnitude.

In 'Daear', LTO explores an expansive sound pallet of swelling synths and noise, ambiguous string instruments, thunderous percussion, unearthly voices and his signature sound the piano, mostly processed beyond recognition. The result is a mysterious and deeply textured journey that could be set in both the distant past and uncertain future, on this planet or beyond.