This album is brought about by a different perspective I have on my musical creation, more abstract and difficult to understand. The two tracks are evolutionary, and always changing.
Compared to the first two albums of EM career ('Turning Away'and 'Kingdom of light'), 'Parallel Time' is a bold approach but quite hard to digest. I wanted such an experience, it creates a universe in a class of its own filled with sounds and emotions. The careful listener can discover a world of new resonances and inward possibilities.
Second track (Sphinx) was actually meant to be the first in this album, composed and recorded in one evening after having been out in town to see a play about life in the early days of humanity. I was impressed and the idea for a new album came by itself, easily developing into two 30 minute long tracks.

'Parallel Time" is a pearl! If Prophet can wonder your ears with its approach as eclectic as experimental, Sphinx and The Twins are two inescapable in the musical world of Indra and even the world of EM.
Audacious, Indra laid the foundations for a style that he will polish up with more refinement in his subsequent works, I think in particular of the very beautiful ECHO IN TIME released in 1998, and which will become the seal of this brilliant synthesist and music writer.
(Sylvain Lupari (Canada) - )


released October 5, 2013

All music by INDRA
Re-mastering by Catalin Truta
Cover design by Solaris
Produced by INDRA

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“Music can be a truly magical element, provided it is sublimely conceived in a spirit of pure, profound and harmonious ideas.”

The music of INDRA is remarkable for its well realised construction, smart nuances, lack of monotony – which in many cases crowns electronic music -, carrying also its own unmistakable imprint.
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