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A Finite Number of Years

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Dear Friends, Family, and Fans,

After 14 years and 40 releases, it is with a heavy heart that we have decided to put the Infinite Number of Sounds Recording Company to rest. It has been a wild ride, but the time has come.

Please continue to support all of our wonderful artists. You can find their releases still available via their respective bandcamp pages:

Infinite Number of Soundshttps://infinitenumberofsounds.bandcamp.com/

Trepanning Triohttps://trepanningtrio.bandcamp.com/

Electric Grandmotherhttps://electricgrandmother.bandcamp.com/

ensemble, et al.https://ensembleetal.bandcamp.com/

Mike Hovancsekhttps://mikehovancsek.bandcamp.com/

Kris “skinnyk” Morronhttp://skinnyk.bandcamp.com/

Oblique Orchestrahttps://obliqueorchestra.bandcamp.com/

Jeremy Bleichhttps://jeremybleich.bandcamp.com/

Creamy Water Quizhttps://creamywaterquiz.bandcamp.com/

Ancillaryhttps://ancillary.bandcamp.com/

Paul Stranahanhttps://paulstranahan.bandcamp.com/

Monkeyspoonhttps://monkeyspoon.bandcamp.com/

Christopher Auerbach-Brownhttps://auerbach-brown.bandcamp.com/

michael billingshttps://michaelbillings.bandcamp.com/

Nemo Nemonhttps://nemonemon.bandcamp.com/

J Scott Franklinhttps://jscottfranklin.bandcamp.com/

Sincerely,
Brent & Dave
Infinite Number of Sounds Recording Company, LLC

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Live-Improvisations-by-chamberfolkjazz-group Trepanning Trio

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In the winter months, experimental chamber/folk/jazz group Trepanning Trio abandons its “tunes” and embraces the chaos of free-improvisation. Naked As Needles: Collected Improvisations, Volume 1 represents the band’s favorite excursions into spontaneous sound creation.

These tracks, recorded at live performances over the past few years, reflect the band’s joy in impromptu musical exploration. Each track is unique and features a different lineup of musicians and instruments/objects/sound-makers.

This album is available for free download at the request of the artist. Enjoy and share freely.

 

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Minimalist, chamber, and percussive group, ensemble, et al. releases first full-length album

present_coverensemble, et al.‘s first full-length record, “present point passed“, ensemble, et al.’s first full-length record, “present point passed”, is the culmination of an incredibly productive period in which the group coalesced artistically into its own ideal of a musical unit. Since the beginning, the members of ensemble, et al. have shared a few key traits in common: an affinity for minimalist-vein new music, formal training in classical and jazz percussion, and—most importantly—extensive experience writing and performing in collaborative rock bands.

For the group, the process of composing, rehearsing, and recording present point passed was an affirmation that a balance can be struck between adventurous, composer-driven music in the contemporary classical tradition and the collaboratively-created and improvised music of modern popular music traditions. That dual awareness has manifested itself not just in the sound of the group’s music but also in their attitude and approach toward composition. The result of this approach is a record that powerfully demonstrates a democratic creative effort and the collective aesthetic of the group’s members.”>present point passed“, is the culmination of an incredibly productive period in which the group coalesced artistically into its own ideal of a musical unit. Since the beginning, the members of ensemble, et al. have shared a few key traits in common: an affinity for minimalist-vein new music, formal training in classical and jazz percussion, and—most importantly—extensive experience writing and performing in collaborative rock bands.

For the group, the process of composing, rehearsing, and recording present point passed was an affirmation that a balance can be struck between adventurous, composer-driven music in the contemporary classical tradition and the collaboratively-created and improvised music of modern popular music traditions. That dual awareness has manifested itself not just in the sound of the group’s music but also in their attitude and approach toward composition. The result of this approach is a record that powerfully demonstrates a democratic creative effort and the collective aesthetic of the group’s members.

Download it today!

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