Having completed the Archives, a 25 CD music collection, INDRA is about to finalise the last 3 discs of the Special Edition – Tantric Celebration series. Stay tuned for the 10th title of the series which is Kamalatmika!
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.
The penultimate act in the Archives series: an album containing four melodies, all composed and produced in 2014; four styles; a mammoth work. This is the way we can briefly describe the album.
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.
Finally INDRA is back! After a break of quite a long time (eight months) in releasing the albums from the ARCHIVES series, due to the need to finish other urgent projects, INDRA returns and promises to very quickly “organise” the last four albums of the final collection of the series.
We have arrived at the last collection in the Archives series! The Platinum collection contains melodies composed by INDRA in his studio between 2012 and 2015. As we get closer to the present, the “native” style of INDRA captures more and more complex and unpredictable nuances. It is a fascinating journey through an elevated sonorous universe.
We easily observe the tendency of INDRA towards chill-out rhythms and harmonies of his last albums, a style that he interestingly combines with particular electronic music. Diamond Five is a special album that captures a special affectionate side on the foundation of relaxing sounds and discrete rhythms.