Indra releases the new series of electronic music albums, titled ARCHIVES. The twenty five albums are split into five collections: Ruby, Emerald, Gold, Diamond and Platinum, each of these collections containing five albums. The music included in this massive series represent studio music composed and recorded by Indra over the years, which was never released. A new title from the ARCHIVES series will be released every other week.
Last disc in the series could be classed as the most surprising because of the particular approach on different music styles. From ambient to trap and chillout with atonal compositions and astonishing sound effects, it looks like 2015 was INDRA’s year for experimentation. + read more
Platinum Three is a rhythmical album, but we also discover lyrical accents, which are specific to INDRA. With this album we can already glimpse the end of the ARCHIVES series. There is a lot of "kinetic energy" in this album and it is good, because it allows us to consume the "tension of waiting" that was accumulated in the recent months. + read more
“The value of INDRA grows in a surprising way from album to album. With every listening to INDRA’s music, I want to get even deeper into it. The Romanian composer charms through the harmonious approach of his powerful rhythms. INDRA has an extraordinary musical vision, but unlike others, he also has his own original talent.” © 2008, Sylva + read more
Although the "roots" of his musical creation are infused by the Berlin School style, INDRA's music succeeds in transcending it, embracing also other trends more or less related to this style, such as ambient or new-age, offering a more musical and spiritual component to his work. Even if he appreciates a lot this style of electronic music, INDRA + read more
Music inspired by the god's world, live concert at 40 m inside the earth in a huge salt crystal, over 300 attending. Briefly, this is how INDRA's concert of November 10th at the Salt Mine of Turda (close to city of Cluj) could be described. The chosen location for the live performance is all the more special owing to the subtle vibration of the + read more