Japs Shadiq (vocals/harmonica), Kubil (guitars), Jacobus (bass), Tika (drums) that make up the 60s revival band called Indische Party — named after a prominent Indonesian political organizations — have released their new LP Analog through the label Demajors, following their first self-titled LP (2013) and a mini-LP On Vacation (2016).
Produced by David Tarigan (renowned music archivist), the record was recorded with scores of musicians from other bands such as John Navid (from White Shoes & The Couples Company), Suryoprayogo "Kiting" Setiadi (The Adams), Dharmo "Mas Mo" Soedirman (Sentimental Moods), Indra Perkasa (Tomorrow People Ensemble) and Jimi Multhazam (The Upstars/Bequiet/Morfem).
The sound that the band tried to capture — and nailed — was described as vintage. "We worked together with Harry's Drum Craft, everything conceptualized down to the kick, drums, tom, snare and cymbals to make a legit vintage sound," says Tika.
Analog was released on November 15 digitally, but its physical copy will be out in December.
In the meantime, stream Analog below: