Indrajeet Jadeja aka DJ Ind Ra is caught up in the mystical cosmos of music
Indrajeet Jadeja, better known as DJ Ind Ra in the music circles, just completed 20 years in this profession but he isn’t showing any signs of slowing down because he claims to possess a special connection with the world of music. The Vh1 MyFav award winner has played at all the top music festivals in India, but he remains as curious as a newborn baby!
A Path-breaking Career
During his path-breaking career spread over two decades, DJ Ind Ra has played at almost all the prominent music festivals in India and elsewhere. Be it the chill out stage featuring artists like Ajja at the Universal Religion Festival in Nepal or playing at a magical night at the Iboga Records stage at Sunburn Festival in Goa; performing at the famous Parvati Valley in Kasol, Himachal Pradesh or playing the tunes of the desert in Jaisalmer, DJ Ind Ra has always pushed the boundaries of music, jumping from chants to melody, to local folk to middle-eastern and Indian instruments with surprising ease!
Project Ind Ra
His pet project these days is Project Ind Ra, which is an extension of his style that dominates each of his performances, while not being genre bound. The DJ explains, “I am working on new music, which will feature varied ethnic sounds from across the world, merged with dance music which will appeal both to people who love to listen to music as well as dance floors in festivals as well as clubs. The current lockdown situation has pushed me to complete my tunes, which I shall be releasing in the coming months. I also plan to give away some of my bootlegs, which I made specifically for my sets.”
DJ Ind Ra has also written songs for movies, and his songs have featured on BBC Radio 1. His monthly podcast, “Tunes from the Dunes”, is also a popular podcast online. It showcases his personal style, i.e., ethnotronica! The podcast, which already boasts of a considerable following, features music from artists from all over the world.
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