Gold Three is a nostalgic album, in which ample harmonies and lyrical themes predominate. Maybe after a tumultuous 2007, Indra relaxed approaching a meditative style, and this brings a welcome alternation in the succession of his creations in the ARCHIVE series.
Listening to this album and musical pieces, which are “clean” and carefully created – even if they represent “secondary lab work” – you ask yourself why Indra did not release them in his albums. Possibly because, as the fruits of some inspirational moments, the artist did not consider the musical material as unitary for meeting the requirements of a “brand” album. Even so, the musical richness and refinement with which the pieces are created is a real enchantment for the soul of fans dedicated to the electronic genre…
The third collection from the ARCHIVES series starts with the album Gold One, which contains four tracks. The first three were composed and recorded in 2006, the fourth (which is the longest on this album) in 2007.
This album ends the second collection (Emerald) in the ARCHIVES series. After the first 10 titles in the series we have presented all the melodies up to 2006. Emerald five contains 6 melodies, all recorded in 2006, which, just like 2005, appears to be a prolific year for INDRA.
The album comprises five melodies, all recorded in 2006. One can say that Emerald four is represented by a mature approach and also powerful rhythms.
Emerald three comprises in four pieces a variety of approaches: rhythm (Playing in the Garden), affectionate (A Long Time Ago), a live recording (Union) and a meditative piece (Theta Thinking) that lasts 35 minutes. This piece in particular offers a wonderful present for reflection, relaxation and deepening of thoughts, a delight for lovers of pure electronic music.
Emerald two contains four melodies, all composed and recorded in 2005. A very fruitful musical year for Indra, who, alongside the four published albums, composed many other valuable tracks in his studio, which were never published until now.
Here the accents are more dramatic, but even so the themes and approach are different with each title of the album. An enchantment for lovers of this kind!