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Zero Times Infinity

Zero Times Infinity

Zero Times Infinity


Started in 1995 in Massachusetts by Deftly-D (a.k.a. David Dodson of Nau-Zee-auN), Ennui (a.k.a. Rick Destephano of Technology Will Fail) and Hex (a.k.a. Chris Castiglione of Ukuphambana) with a goal of experimenting by avoiding what was already known. In the beginning Zero Times Infinity solely incorporated the use of junk, and found or borrowed equipment including reel to reel tape recorders, micro-cassette recorders, bed rails, fertilizer spreaders and parts of the environments they recorded or performed within. Read more on Last.fm
Started in 1995 in Massachusetts by Deftly-D (a.k.a. David Dodson of Nau-Zee-auN), Ennui (a.k.a. Rick Destephano of Technology Will Fail) and Hex (a.k.a. Chris Castiglione of Ukuphambana) with a goal of experimenting by avoiding what was already known.

In the beginning Zero Times Infinity solely incorporated the use of junk, and found or borrowed equipment including reel to reel tape recorders, micro-cassette recorders, bed rails, fertilizer spreaders and parts of the environments they recorded or performed within. The first tape release Insomnolence, received positive feedback from Jon Whitney of Brainwashed.com and Tyler Newman of Battery Cage and Informatik and was compared by numerous reviewers to Nurse With Wound, John Cage and Iannis Xenakis. In 1996 Zero Times Infinity added Ethan E. Eves and his anonymous collaborator Ben to the line up and began performing numerous shows throughout New England. After a decade full of hundreds of live shows with a rotating cast, Zero Times Infinity went on hiatus in 2005 due to various commitments but promises to return to the stage in a few years.

The members of Zero Times Infinity continue to perform and/or produce music in their various projects. www.zerotimesinfinity.net 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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