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Last chance – INFINITY GIRL: Somewhere nice, Someday (Disponsable America, 2017)

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Pues una buena banda que parece que echa el cierre. El tercer disco de INFINITY GIRL es el epitafio sonoro de este grupo de Brooklyn. Un documento preñado de Shoegaze, de muros de guitarras, de distorsiones controladas, de ese fuzzy preñado de ensueño y voces susurrantes. Una pena…

“Named after a late-’90s Stereolab song, Boston shoegaze band Infinity Girl bear little resemblance to that band’s synth-heavy lounge pop. Instead, they have a late-’80s/early-’90s noise pop sound that combines effects-heavy guitars with clear, up-front vocals. My Bloody Valentine is an influence to be sure, but it’s more the emotionally direct MBV of Isn’t Anything than the sonic overload of Loveless.Infinity Girl‘s sound comes much closer to American shoegaze bands like Swirlies, Lilys, andMedicine than their British counterparts. The band has an exceptional control of dynamics, balancing fuzzy guitar effects with gentle vocals, and using synths sparingly. More often than not, their songs feel urgent rather than hazy, with standouts such as “Heavy” and “Dirty Sun” possessing a restless energy” (AllMusic)

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3 agosto, 2018 Posted by | Infinity Girl | Deja un comentario

Infinity Girl: Harm (Topshelf Records, 2015)

Urgencias guitarreras y esencias Shoegazers.


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Infinity Girl: Just like lovers (Ep, 2012)

Just Like Lovers cover art

Con una portada que no hace justicia a su música, se presenta este segundo disco de Infinity Girl, un grupo Noise de Boston que publica este Ep de título evocador a cierto grupo de los ochenta de pelos cardados y una música altamente interesante: una especie de mezcla entre el Dream-Pop y el Noise más arrebatador (Untitled-July, Summer gold, Not my hang) o el Pop de guitarras más contundente (Taking nothing, Read yr mind). Un grupo evidentemente a seguir en un futuro más que cercano.


“If you wrote these track names down on a piece of paper and told me to circle one that sums up Infinity Girl for me, I’d have to circle “Taking Nothing”. The waves of sound cascade through the headphones, but running counter to everything is a nice bit of lyricism and melody that really makes me love the track. Nolan Eley’s vocals are far from overpowering and while occasionally they are swallowed by all the shimmer, I feel like this is probably intentional. When his voice emerges it creates a new dynamic, and the sound of the band really meshes.
I’d like to touch on “Not My Hang”, which is something akin to “same cut, different cloth” when it comes to this band. This is easily the most beautiful track on the EP and it’s right up there as my favorite on this release. “Not My Hang” meanders, almost folk-like, very laid back indie rock. You listen and you could fall in love. It really makes you wonder, is this the same band? Well, that is until around two minutes in where Infinity Girl stomps on the gas and everything about the track is turned up to ten. It’s an amazing listen. Even if you hated all four other tracks (which would be surprising, and cause me to question your taste) you have to listen to this one and get caught up in it” (

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4 enero, 2013 Posted by | Infinity Girl | Deja un comentario


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