This evening we’ll be stopping by Sound Inc studios for an impromptu recording session. Then, on Saturday night we’ll be performing live at The Telegraph, Newcastle Upon Tyne.
We shall again we performing songs from the new album, manipulating and elongating them into infinity. Get down there early as we’re onstage around 8.35pm.
The first of many live shows coming up will take place at the FUEL Rock Club, Cardiff on Thursday 24th March.
We’ll be performing our new album ‘Lucky Beast’ in its entirety, expanding and manipulating the songs into viscous, world-eating entities. Purely for the good of the public spirit. There will also be advanced copies of the limited edition gatefold CD available on the night.
This short tour will also see us visiting Newcastle for the first time and will culminate in a special intimate show at the Vinyl Cafe in London. Be sure to keep an eye on our tour dates for more info. We look forward to seeing and embracing your very selves at these performances. Love and rage.
Our new album, ‘Lucky Beast’ is complete and due to be released on the 22nd day of April this very year. We were blessed to work with engineer Jon Clayton at One Cat Studios in London. A man of great patience and skill and a lovely place to realise our workings.
The album will be available from all the usual channels, however, our loyal subscribers will be able to hear some previews and outtakes before the album is offcially released. If you would like to become a loyal subscriber, kindly click thus.
We’ll be announcing some live shows very soon where we’ll be performing songs from the new record. More news sooner than you require.
It is here! This year’s Winter Solstice track. Our annual sonic ritual of seasonal drone. Over fifteen minutes of new music. This year’s piece was recorded at the same time as our forthcoming new album (which is due for release in 2016)
ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS TRACK WILL BE DONATED TO PARKINSONS UK – a British charity aiming to improve the quality of life for people affected by Parkinson’s Disease.
Go to theinfinitethree.bandcamp.com/track/winter-solstice-xxi-xii-mmxv and download the track for £1 (or more if you can)
And please do share this as much as you can. It would be splendid to raise a good bucket of cash for Parkinsons UK this year.
We’ll have more stuff to announce soon. Thank you for all your tremendous and loyal support this year. The world is terrifying and horrible sometimes but it is also full of love and music. We look forward to further contributing to this vital ocean of goodness.
Love, righteous rage and season’s greetings,
The Infinite Three
We’ll be supporting our friends Commercial Suicide at the launch gig for their new album, ‘Committed’. This truly splendid event will take place at The Gunners, 204 Blackstock Road, London on Saturday the 14h of November.
Your attendence is required. We will be playing an extended 45 minute set of new, old and improvised music for the pleasure of your mind and loins. Fossils will also be performing as will the aforementioned Commercial Suicide. A free copy of Commercial Suicide’s excellent new album will be placed in the willing hands of all who attend.
The beautiful noise begins at 8pm sharp. Here is a map.
We’ll be performing live for your very pleasure at Surya, Kings Cross, London on Thursday 24th September. The Dark Tides and Voodoo Rays are also performing. Doors open at 7.30pm and we’ll be on around 8.45pm. Tickets are £4 in advance from this link here or £6 on the door.
We shall be playing some songs from our new album (which is now almost complete!).
For more information take a look at the venue’s Facebook event page. Rejoice!
Last week we recorded pretty much all of the new album at One Cat studios with the excellent Mr Jon Clayton at the controls.
Today we would like to extend our massive thanks to the equally excellent Tom Jackson who came over to The Banks Of The River Effra today to record a time-bending and incendiary saxophone overdub.
He definitely hit the outer-space note a few times
We shall be performing songs from our forthcoming new album at this splendid event at The New Cross Inn on Saturday 22nd August.
The Telescopes headline an all dayer of psych, experimental, noise-punk and other music. Come along and bring your internal organs – every damn one of them!
Soon after our next gig, we’ll be locking ourselves away at One Cat Studios in London to begin work on the new record. We shall emerge briefly to support the legendary psych-noise masters The Telescopes at The New Cross Inn on the 22nd August… and then we’ll be mixing and hacking away at things until the album is complete.
Our dear and loyal subscribers will be getting a couple of sneak previews of works in progress during this period.
It would be splendid to see you at the forthcoming shows. More news soon…