With Ruby five, the first collection of five titles from the ARCHIVES series is ended. The album contains six tracks, with relatively different styles. Here we have beautiful themes (Genesis of Pan), and also guitar improvisations (Creole), mystery (The Leap) and deep electronic (Follow Up, Les Connaisseurs and Trance Location).
Just like in the previous albums, here we meet a conglomeration of musical styles, which are obviously inspired by Indra’s conjunctions. Even so, it should be noted that the author turns slowly but surely to a pure electronic style, which we can also notice in the official albums he started to publish from 2005.
In Ruby three, like in the first two albums, we have a richness of musical themes which are orchestrated in different styles, including classical. They represent the inspirations or experiences of some genuine moments and even if some of the melodies are not polished or pass the test of time from perspective of their quality, however, they clearly indicate the specific energy of the artist in those times, his feelings and emotions.
The ARCHIVES series continues with the second album, Ruby two. The first two tracks are included on albums from 1994-1995. The other tracks were composed in 1998.
Indra releases the new series of electronic music albums, titled ARCHIVES. The twenty five albums are split into 5 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.
The 2008 Thunderbolt Live video mix completes the list of INDRA’s live video recordings and we welcome this effort as he hasn’t performed live ever since. To remind everyone, Thunderbolt…
Six years after the first interview in 2007, the British editor of the electronic music magazine Sequences (www.sequencesmagazine.com) returns with a new set of questions for INDRA. The interview was published during a podcast on 29th January 2013.