Indra Aziz is jazz and soul singer-songwriter from Jakarta, Indonesia. He is also known in Indonesia as a celebrity vocal trainer. To the younger audience, Indra is a popular music YouTuber with over 25 million views on his channel, giving free vocal lessons to his subscribers. Indra started performing professionally since 2001, singing and playing saxophones in jazz clubs and festivals throughout the country. In 2006, Indra released his first single Jakarta City Blues which got nominated for The Best Jazz Production in AMI Awards.

Indra’s music is heavily influenced by jazz and soul rock traditions. John Coltrane, Bill Evans, The Jackson 5, Stevie Wonder, and The Black Crowes are some of Indra’s favorite artists. When writing his lyrics, he’s mostly inspired by life and love stories. In the early days of his performing career, he often sings jazz standard tunes in regular gigs singing songs from the American Songbook repertoire as well as Broadway musicals. But he also has a soul rock jam band, Souleh & Soulehah (with Nikita Dompas, Rayen Sunito, & Mono Neurotic) where he feeds his lust for the more upbeat and funky grooves. Indra also likes to experiment every once in a while, he had a jazz quartet with a human beatboxer, Beatbop Project (with Riza Arshad, Indra Perkasa, and Billy BdaBX).

Indra didn’t do many recordings prior to his latest album For Good (2018), he’s more focused on performing and doing other music projects, but he did release a few singles, and got featured in a number of compilations. Some of the releases include Pembohong (single, 2013), Siapa Namanya, Pilih Menantu duet with Danilla (Aransemen Ulang Musik Film Tiga Dara, 2016), and Sabda Alam (Ricky Lionardi’s Senandung Indonesia, 2018).

Outside of his performing and recording, Indra founded VokalPlus, a popular content creation brand with over 350k subscribers on YouTube, and 230k followers on Instagram, making and curating vocal related content on social media, and with VokalPlus he also produced vocal training CD’s and mobile apps.