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Infinity Hertz

Infinity Hertz

Infinity Hertz


Infinity Hertz (2010-2012) were a Nottingham based Pop trio, who fused together Electronica, Trip Hop, Shoegaze and Chamber Pop. The band comprised of James Zodiaxe (ex Partizans, Voom Blooms), Everard Schule (ex Vaarlets) and Richardsen Tor (ex Giants and Toys). Suitably inspired by a stay at the Electronica festival Berlin Music Days in 2009, college friends James Zodiaxe and Richardsen Tor began work on a project incorporating a heavily synth dominated sound with dreamy shoegaze guitar. Read more on Last.fm
Infinity Hertz (2010-2012) were a Nottingham based Pop trio, who fused together Electronica, Trip Hop, Shoegaze and Chamber Pop. The band comprised of James Zodiaxe (ex Partizans, Voom Blooms), Everard Schule (ex Vaarlets) and Richardsen Tor (ex Giants and Toys). Suitably inspired by a stay at the Electronica festival Berlin Music Days in 2009, college friends James Zodiaxe and Richardsen Tor began work on a project incorporating a heavily synth dominated sound with dreamy shoegaze guitar. By October 2010, having followed work on early home-recordings in Rouen, France, the pairing returned to their hometown of Loughborough, before settling in Nottingham, England. Adding a further synth player, Everard Schule, their chaotic shows and live sound was characterised by their rudimentary setup of Hip-Hop beats, which frontman James Zodiaxe played out of a snakeskin briefcase whilst on guitar and vocal duties, alongside Schule and Tor providing soundscapes on multiple Microkorgs, lending an increasingly European synthetic sound. Unusually, the band did not feature a bassist, instead with bass being provided on keyboards. Within a year and having written an encouraging debut E.P., interest from Transparent, Alt-Delete Records and U.S. label Group Tightener followed and the band had, by then, already supported Best Coast, Egyptian Hip Hop and Hunx and His Punx, before shaping up for a series of headline shows. In February 2011, with Schule preparing for a sojourn to India, Zodiaxe suffered 4 broken fingers in an accident at a Nottingham tram stop. It has since been stated that the frontman would have had at least 2 appendages amputated, had he not had his muscles built up by excelling on both guitar and bass. With Zodiaxe unable to play instruments for nearly a year, Schule immediately rotated onto guitar duties upon his return from overseas, hastily causing a shift into a less-than-popular angular guitar sound.

Unsuccessfully trialling various keyboardists whilst continually recording new material, they were still unable to play shows until late 2011. In September 2011 and struggling to adjust to their new live dynamic, newly added keyboardist Malcolm Quilt XXIV departed to work in music media, following a short succession of underrehearsed and shambolic shows. The band, by this point a disillusioned with their change of musical direction, bemused by their inability to recreate the sound of their earlier bedroom recordings for a planned second release and disaffected by mixed live reviews, spontaneously decided to disband. In January 2012, Zodiaxe, now with a surfeit of unused songs, continued to experiment and began to assemble Wanderlings in Nottingham, England. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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