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ARCHIVES CD21: PLATINUM ONE

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.

ARCHIVES CD20: DIAMOND FIVE (2015)

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.

ARCHIVES CD20: DIAMOND FIVE

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.

ARCHIVES CD19: DIAMOND FOUR (2015)

Rhythms combined with deeply lyrical themes often induce a state of trance and nostalgia. Diamond Four is no exception to this. An album of elegant, rhythmic pieces, all composed and recorded in 2011. A collection of little treasures that deserves to be heard.

ARCHIVES CD19: DIAMOND FOUR

Rhythms combined with deeply lyrical themes often induce a state of trance and nostalgia. Diamond Four is no exception to this. An album of elegant, rhythmic pieces, all composed and recorded in 2011.

ARCHIVES CD18: DIAMOND THREE (2015)

In this album the melodies are rhythmic, however they keep – either through the harmonies, or the specific themes – an unmistakable lyrical note. The tracks are complex and evolving, providing enough field for both inner reflection and for joy of heart.

ARCHIVES CD18: DIAMOND THREE

In this album the melodies are rhythmic, however they keep – either through the harmonies, or the specific themes – an unmistakable lyrical note. It’s like a „transition” in the Berlin School style, which may anticipate some change in the style of INDRA.