We'll let Infinity Shred describe the scene:

"A forty-third century metropolitan utopia fatally obsessed with analog synths and distorted instruments. Armies of gracefully engineered, doe-eyed warriors mercilessly slaughtering each other under a dusky sky of neon stardust. A trio based in New York City crafting uplifting synth-driven pieces tinged with just the right amount of death."

Where Frequency by Bartlebeats was the soundtrack to your soldering, Infinity Shred is music to fly drones to.  Two parts sci-fi tinged post rock, one part progressive trance, with equal touches of black metal and dystopian church music mixed in, Infinity Shred's album Long Distance is the kind of music that defies any classification besides intensely futuristic.

Datadealer is a functionally identical clone of the Mutable Instruments Shruthi-1 - a hybrid analog / digital synthesizer that’s as powerful as it is versatile. This thoughtfully curated kit includes all of the components needed to assemble a functioning synthesizer, a lasercut matte black case with iridescent top plate, a set of black Chroma Caps with a glow in the dark encoder cap, and chips pre-loaded with sounds designed and used by Infinity Shred in creating Long Distance.


Side A

  • Choir VI
  • Datadealer
  • Before My Son Rohan Wakes
  • Motiv
  • Night Shot
  • Long Distance

Side B

  • Tragic Lagger
  • Monolith
  • Catch These Blessed Hands

Photo by Adrian Miles

GENRE: Electronic / Post-Rock / Metal

Members: Clara Warnaar / Damon Hardjowirogo / Nathan Ritholz

Hometown: New York City