You can hear the song Partisans from the album at Spill Magazine, here.
2016 is set to be a pretty busy year for The Infinite Three. We have a new album due to be released on 22nd April, and there are a few live shows coming up too. As usual, the best place to be kept up to date is www.theinfinitethree.co.uk
24th March – Cardiff – Fuel Club
26th March – Newcastle – Telegraph
28th March – London – Vinyl Cafe
7th May – London – TBC (Lucky Beast album launch show)
20th August – Newcastle – Head of Steam
21st August – Middlesbrough – Westgarth Social Club
22nd August – Bristol – TBC
27th August – Oxford – TBC
More shows are being added, so be sure to bookmark the website above, or follow The Infinite Three on The Book of Faces.
My band, The Infinite Three have released this year’s Winter Solstice track (an annual tradition for us). Over fifteen minutes of new music culled from improvised sessions for the new album (which should be out some time in 2016)
This year we are donating all the proceeds from the sale of the single to Parkinsons UK, a British charity aiming to improve the quality of life for people affected by Parkinson’s Disease. You should buy it. And tell everyone else to.
The Infinite Three will be playing a couple of shows over August. The first one is at Electrowerkz, Islington. We’ll be opening for remformed post-punk group 1919. Shortly after this 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.
For more info see www.theinfinitethree.co.uk
My new solo instrumental album, ‘Blank River’ is out now. Eight wordless songs of cinematic textures, post-rock crescendos and plaintive drone-pop.
The music on this record picks up where Silvery Beast left off and travels into slightly more psychedelic post-rock / drone-influenced territory. You can download the album now from bandcamp or cdbaby.
I’m really pleased to tell you that some of my music appears in a video by film maker Douglas Caldrow about the excellent work of disability rights campaign group Black Triangle.
The track used in the film was ‘Reversals‘ from my previous album Silvery Beast.
If you are interested in using my music for film, television, video or multimedia projects, take a look at the music licensing page for more info. Or feel free to contact me if you have a specific enquiry.