ONWARDS TOWARD JOYFUL OBLIVION.
ONWARDS TOWARD JOYFUL OBLIVION.
We 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.
You can now pre-order the download version of Lucky Beast from here: http://music.theinfinitethree.co.uk/album/lucky-beast
You’ll get an email with a download link on the day of release (22nd April)
A beautifully packaged gatefold CD version will also be available (for a few quid more) The first run of these is likely to sell out fast so drop us a line if you’d like us to reserve one for you.
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
Here, for you, is our annual long-form incantation to bring the new sun. Thank you for all your support this year. We look forward to smothering you further with more joyful noise! This year’s track was improvised live in the studio at Willie Nash’s place in London, with additional overdubs and vocals recorded by The Banks Of The River Effra. Click the cover art below to listen.
There’s a review of our new album ‘Songs Of The Breather’ up at Nemesis To Go, along with plenty of other delectable earfood. Take a look: http://www.nemesis.to/records.htm
There’s also a review of our show at Power Lunches, last December, with Little Death Machine & Dressmaker: http://www.nemesis.to/infinitethreelive.htm