Takkra is the electronic music project of Hungarian born visual artist, guitarist and producer David Vigh. Former member (2002-2008) of electro rock outfit The Carbonfools, Founder and songwriter of internationally recognised prog-rock band Turbo (2005-), producer of various side projects like Gobi.
Takkra’s unique style is characterised by David’s cinematic, textural guitar sound, natural atmospheres, etherial synths, psychedelic effects and soft grooves. These soundscapes were specifically designed to treat listeners with soothing, regenerating frequencies and healing energies.
The first LP is called “Technicolor Talk”, self released on 26/06/2016, exclusively premiered as a continuous mix on RadiOzora.
The title is reference to the strong psychedelic influences and the cinematic vibes that are carried out through the album.
Although Takkra is considered as David’s personal project, there have been several artists collaborating on Technicolor Talk, such as Aurafood on synths, Dure on multiple instruments, Laura Anna and Manoya on vocals, Mate Kocsis on drums and Matyi Mohacsi on Bass.
Mixing was done by David and Dure, mastered by Robert Elster aka Vibrasphere.
David is also an award winning video director and art director for creative production company Global Illumination. GI has been responsible for main stage vision at Ozora since 2015 and performing VJs at festivals like Boom and S.U.N.
Takkra live consists of Mate Kocsis – Percussions, Matyi Mohacsi – Bass, David Vigh – Guitars and Dure – Electronics.