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.
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.