MATANGI is a meditative album where the soft rhythms progress slowly with fine crystalline sequences which spin within angelic mists and voices.
The four melodies of this album cover a large spectrum of the Berlin School style, merging celestial sounds with stormy melodic lines. The harmonies are more profound and reveal more refined themes as we approach the end of this series of exceptional albums.
A mature and very profound album of INDRA! New elements are added, exposing to light new dimensions of the Berlin School depths. The force of the unexpected rhythms, the sensibility of enigmatic harmonies and choirs, the purity of sound and musical ideas.
The album blend ingenious choirs with penetrating rhythms, adding another star in the row of the artist’s creations. A magnificent opus which will travel in time, quite as the big works of Klaus Schulze. A masterpiece that every fan of Berlin School and of Schulze’s first works should get immediately.
A good album, with good sequential brightness in an introspective maelstrom. A retour on the basis of the analog Berlin School, with a subtle contemporary zest.
BHUVANESHVARI is one surprising opus which mixes to perfection the atmosphere of Berlin School style on varied rhythms. Rhythms in constant permutations, which sometimes evolve with an influence subtly powdered for the Hindu culture. A superb album.
Total time: 71:59 Recorded: 2007 Distributed: 2007 REVIEWS Writing long tracks, without index, is an audacious bet. Artists like Klaus Schulze and Mike Oldfield already broke their nose by presenting…