MP3 Infinite Number of Sounds - Time Wants a Skeleton
An electro-rock/media-art performance group that experiments with musical forms from breakbeat to barbershop.
14 MP3 Songs
ELECTRONIC: Experimental, ROCK: Instrumental Rock
Infinite Number of Sounds (Cleveland, Ohio) is an electro-rock/media-art performance group. Experimenting with musical forms from breakbeat to barbershop, INS throws down elaborate multimedia-style live performances, mixing their music with projected digital video imagery edited live to the beat.
Review of CD:
"Self-dubbed "electro-rock/media-art performance group" Infinite Number of Sounds has delivered a debut album that''s bound to rock the socks off of anybody with properly functioning auditory canals. Time Wants a Skeleton integrates traditional instrumentation and synthetic drum beats to create a fresh, contemporary potpourri of sounds that does for music what Dadaism did for the visual arts. Blending spacy bump beats with a clever concoction of classical instruments, the record varies between easy-listening tunes that you''d could expect to hear in the lounge of the Four Seasons to breakbeat-mixing techniques you might encounter in an Ibiza techno house. Perhaps best described as the work of DJ Shadow''s bipolar brother, half of the tracks on Time Wants a Skeleton create an atmosphere suited for white wine consumption, while the others would suitably soundtrack a Friday night acid hit.
Infinite Number of Sounds'' surrealistic approach to music is likely to gain them notoriety in the underground, paving the way for further aural art experimentation, and perhaps even crafting a new genre -- Musica Obscura."
-- Farrah Usmani, https://www.tradebit.com, 9/26/2003
Review of Live show:
"Straight up, these cats is on some ill make. Musically, I''d say they were a mix of drum n bass, rock, electronica and hip hop. Nahh, eff that: they''re just dope! They had a video screen playin visual backdrops to their music...yo. If yall get a chance to see em, I recommend it."
~ INS show review posted by Nexus