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Karda Estra
Country
England
Profile
Karda Estra is the project of composer and multi-instrumentalist Richard Wileman.
Website
http://www.kardaestra.co.uk
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (17)
Karda Estra — Infernal Spheres Karda Estra — Infernal Spheres
(Believers Roast BR020, 2017, CD)
Karda Estra — Time and Stars Karda Estra — Time and Stars
(Believers Roast BR019, 2016, CD)
Karda Estra — Strange Relations Karda Estra — Strange Relations
(Believers Roast BR016, 2015, CD)
Karda Estra — Mondo Profondo / New Worlds Karda Estra — Mondo Profondo / New Worlds
(Believers Roast BR001, 2013, CD)
Karda Estra — New Worlds Karda Estra — New Worlds
((Not on label) no#, 2011, DL)
Karda Estra — Weird Tales Karda Estra — Weird Tales
(Cyclops CYCL 171, 2009, CD)
Karda Estra — The Last of the Libertine Karda Estra — The Last of the Libertine
(Cyclops CYCL 163, 2007, CD)
Karda Estra — The Age of Science and Enlightenment Karda Estra — The Age of Science and Enlightenment
(Cyclops CYCL 158, 2006, CD)
Karda Estra — Alternate History Karda Estra — Alternate History
(Cyclops CYCL 146, 2004, CD)
Karda Estra — Voivode Dracula Karda Estra — Voivode Dracula
(Cyclops CYCL 143, 2004, CD)
Karda Estra — Constellations Karda Estra — Constellations
(Cyclops CYCL 130, 2003, CD)
Artemiy Artemiev & Karda Estra  — Equilibrium Artemiy Artemiev & Karda Estra — Equilibrium
(Electroshock Records ELCD 031, 2002, CD)
Karda Estra — Eve Karda Estra — Eve
(Cyclops CYCL 104, 2001, CD)
Various Artists — Electroacoustic Music #5 Various Artists — Electroacoustic Music #5
(Electroshock Records ELCD 013, 2000, CD)
Karda Estra — The Land of Ghosts, Vol. 1 Karda Estra — The Land of Ghosts, Vol. 1
((Not on label) no#, 2000, DL)
Karda Estra — Thirteen from the Twenty First Karda Estra — Thirteen from the Twenty First
(No Image NICD13, 2000, CD)
Karda Estra — A Winter in Summertime Karda Estra — A Winter in Summertime
(No Image NICD12, 1998, CD)

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