Friday, February 28, 2014

Indradevi's debut album "A Thousand Tomorrows"




















Los Angeles duo Indradevi, the ferocious new face of high octane electronic music, lashes out with a unique incarnation of drum n' bass, jungle, hip hop and industrial with an unexpected injection of Southeast Asia. Following a successful club tour of Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand, the duo hit the studio to produce their first record.



Indradevi's debut album "A Thousand Tomorrows" calls to mind the frenetic energy of The Prodigy balanced by the cinematic melancholia of The Glitch Mob, all served with generous helpings of classic melodies and tones from Southeast Asia.

Barong and Rangda of Indradevi were initially inspired by Cambodian rock n' roll of the 1960's and 1970's, particularly by singers Ros Serey Sothea and Sinn Sisamouth. Sadly, most Cambodian musicians of this era were murdered by the Khmer Rouge regime during the genocide of 1975-1979. "A Thousand Tomorrows" is dedicated to the memory of these musicians.



Watch more about their activities in Southeast Asia




you can listen more music from Indradevi's soundcloud  and watch more videos from their youtube
Enjoy your new music and take your time to entertain yourself.