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Temple Invisible

Temple Invisible
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Temple Invisible is the musical project of Irina Bucescu, Costas Ivanov and Daniel Olteanu – three multi instrumentalists from Bucharest, Romania.

A band exhibiting a considerable array of styles, Temple Invisible have fast developed their own tonal environment for electronic pop, dark experimental and futuristic industrial. Their music propagates a unique blend of electronic influences and musical genres combined with a classical sense of composition.

Temple Invisible songs are mathematically placed between Massive Attack and Nine Inch Nails, with a smidgen of Portishead and the sort of big choruses and bells-and-whistles-and-choirboys production once trademarked by Depeche Mode.

Always willing to push new frontiers with a mixture that blends electro beats, psychedelic guitars, symphonic elements, 80s synth goth and trip hop with a nod to classic post industrial notes, it’s hard to pinpoint just where the hallowing chords of this three piece sit, landing them on a distinct and intriguing plateau of sound.

Striking a balance between the trip hop landscapes of Portishead and the dark industrial zones inhabited by Nine Inch Nails, the three piece summon tectonic plates of noise that shift subtly with earth shattering consequences.

Speaking about their debut release Temple Invisible describe the EP as a vibrational state in which they dwell among their absolute love for music and their contradictory need for self identification as a way to reconcile both.

Enter_ is an introduction to their blended style of multi-layered electronica.

Praise for Temple Invisible:

“We can’t get enough” — Wonderland Magazine

"A sonically industrial lattice" — Dots & Dashes

“Paving the way in electronic music” — Hunger Magazine

“Creeping, emotive, glitchy” — BULLETT Magazine

"The crushing intensity of their music comes equipped with a redemptive, blissful edge" — Clash

“The three-piece summon tectonic plates of noise that shift subtly with earth-shattering consequences” — The Line of Best Fit

"Irina's vocals draw you in with a dangerously smooth delivery of tone while the accompanying electro beats and synth sounds deliver wave after wave of hedonistic pleasure" — Subba-Cultcha

“A brand of dark, icy, electronica that feels like someone took the industrial tremor of Depeche Mode and the trip-hop sprinklings of Portishead, and made them spend the night locked together in a pitch black dungeon.” — Thump/VICE

“Temple Invisible are incredible and all of their component and quite brilliant sounds are the best example to date of a modern day band keeping the trip-hop spirit alive” — Mark Ryan, Amazing Radio
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