Portals and Hark

We are pleased to inform you that we shall be performing at Hark’s album launch show presented by the fine people of Portals. It’s at The Old Blue Last, London on Sunday 5th March.

This is an all day event and we’re on early. Come and bend time with us on the Holy Day.

Here, beneath your soft fingers, is the Facebook event page.

Photos from Coventry

Here is some visual evidence from our show at The Tin in Coventry for Independent Venue Week. Look at them.



Forward, without fear

We’re winding down the live activity for the rest of this year to concentrate on some new recording projects. We somehow managed to fit in two UK tours this year without any serious injury and we hope to travel even further to spread our noises in 2017.

Speaking of which, our first show of the forthcoming new year will be with our friends Gunther Prague at Tin Music & Arts, Coventry. Click on the flyer below for more info.


Live in Birmingham, Saturday 19th November

courtesyWe are incredibly pleased to anounce that we are returning to The Wagon & Horses in Birmingham on Saturday 19th November.

We’ll be sharing a stage with local legends The Courtesy Group (Al Hutchins’ awesome band of rambling non-sequitur noizemeisters) and RobinPlaysChords (Mesmerizing textural songs from Robin Jax) from Coventry.

More info at the Facebook event page.  And here is a map.
This sacred celebration of JOY begins at 8pm and continues until midnight. £5 suggested donation.

Descension – Subscriber Album 02

descensionWe have just recently published the second in our ongoing series of subscriber-exclusive releases.

Descension‘ was recorded live at the Vinyl Cafe, Deptford at the end of our March tour. To hear it (and everything else we have ever done or will do) join us as a loyal subscriber and know in your brain that you are contributing to the ongoing survival of our doings.

A little background information on ‘Descension’. On the 28th March 2016 we played a show in the basement of the Vinyl Cafe in Deptford, a truly excellent record shop and general hub of cultural love. In the abscence of a support band we elected to play two sets: one completely improvised/instrumental set and, after a short break for “human activity”, a performance of our latest album, ‘Lucky Beast’ in its entirety. Both sets were recorded direct to digital multitrack. Improvisation is a core part of The Infinite Three’s working process but this was the first time we had chosen to make music in this way in front of an audience. The additional electricity in the air from the bodies and brains of the crowd seemed to assist us in our aim to levitate towards the great cosmic womb that hovers perpetually above us. In short, we were extremely pleased with the result. We hope you find ‘Descension’ to be a rewarding and enveloping listen.

Photos from Birmingham

Here are some images from our recent show at Wagon & Horses, Birmingham. Photons reflected off our bodies and went into your eyes. Many thanks to Antony Weir for shooting these.

Live at Mothers Ruin 25/08/16 – Full Set

Here’s a video of our performance at Mothers Ruin, Bristol.

Thanks to Yourmusic Productions in Bristol for shooting this as well as filming the performances by Paper Colleague, At The Heart Of It All and Nasty Little Lonely.

August Tour 2016

Photo by Massa ConfusaWe are very pleased to announce that we have some more live shows on the horizon.  This August we shall be bending and manipulating the songs from Lucky Beast further into multi-dimensional space for your aural pleasure.

Here’s where we’re going:

20th August – Newcastle – Head of Steam
(with Massa Confusa & Grayce)

21st August – Middlesbrough – Westgarth Social Club
(with Tools Of The Trade, No Cross & Massa Confusa)

23rd August – London – Veg Bar
(with Rotten Bliss)

24th August – Birmingham – Wagon & Horses
(with Rainbow Grave & Gunther Prague)

25th August – Bristol – Mothers Ruin
(with Nasty Little Lonely, At The Heart Of It All & Paper Colleague)

26th August – Cambridge – The Blue Moon
(with Shitwife & Nervous Conditions)

2nd Sept – Leek – Foxlowe Arts Centre.
(with Emily Jones, John Dhali & Shimmer Trap)

(Dates in red are links to Facebook event pages)

More news soon! Love & rage!

Lucky Beast reviewed in Plattentests

There’s a review of Lucky Beast at the German music zine Plattentests.  I’m told it’s very positive indeed but my German skills are non-existent!


If anyone can do a better job than Google in translating this for us, drop us a line! “Break revolutionize the piece completely and always let run backwards before the walls”