How to Accept
Philadelphia-born Infinien combines eclectic musical personalities into a visionary, unified force. With rock, jazz, soul, world, and classical influences, the quartet plays intricately composed songs with a focus on improvisation. After playing together for three years, Infinien has discovered it's own voice both live and in the studio. Their diverse influences are portrayed, but the sound produced is unique. Infinien has been compared to Bjork, Radiohead, Mahavishnu Orchestra, and John Zorn's Masada. Far from the typical rock band, they explore new territories of sound by using exotic scales, chords, and rhythms. Listeners don't know whether to sit still and meditate or to spontaneously combust. The drums project driving tribal beats with elements of hardcore, funk, and jazz. The bass guides you through a jungle of ever-changing, deep-rooted grooves. The guitar and keyboard create a wash of texture and colorful melodies. The fluid female vocals add a strong emotional element through soulful poetry and deliberate dynamics. Infinien stirs listeners through a moving musical adventure. With the fresh release of the self-titled full-length CD and the debut EP "How to Accept" from 2006, Infinien has nearly two hours of music available. They have been playing at venues all around Philadelphia, and their fanbase is quickly budding. Infinien is touring other cities and states, with plans to play music festivals for people all around the world. With bottomless energy and momentum, Infinien is buzzing as one of the most exciting new acts in the Philadelphia music scene.