Label: Crosstown Rebels (http://www.crosstownrebels.com/) Release Date - 2012-05-21 Album "Infinity" available on: http://www.beatport.com/release/infinity/911614
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After a blistering debut on Hot Creations with the irrepressible 'Games', released in November last year, Infinity Ink are back with 'Infinity' on Crosstown Rebels. A momentous slice of Cosmic Garage that is about to transform your summer forever! Long-term friends and cohorts Ali Love and Luca C have succeeded with something quite extraordinary in their new production guise as Infinity Ink. Already amassing a legion of support and an escalating fan-base their unique cosmic take on garage has struck a chord with the dance-floor and beyond. 'Infinity' has been one of Crosstown Rebels most highly anticipated records of recent times. A smattering of DJ's, from Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Damian Lazarus, Lee Foss and Art Department have been championing its intoxicating qualities to nigh on sonic-hysteria over the past few months. Luca and Ali's anthemic 'Infinity' is set to reach epidemic proportions this summer! 'Infinity' is an incredibly hooky slice of left of centre underground house, which encompasses elements of garage, through a hallucinatory resonance that cleverly maintains its notion of pop-sensibility. Ali's evocative trademark vocal phrasing faultlessly compliments the monstrous disco bass line and intoxicating melody. A perfect unison that culminates in a piece of music that is pure hedonistic joy! When remixing such a ground breaking piece of leftfield garage, who would be more suitable than Todd Edwards, and here he goes the extra mile to deliver arguably his best remix of recent years. The remix king of hypnotic staccato garage, Todd takes 'Infinity' to the next level and whisks you away to The Raleigh at WMC '96! On the flip, the guys jack the groove and deliver another killer in the guise of 'House of Infinity'. A superb compliment to 'Infinity', this is for more peak-time play, as disco fills, jacking hi-hats and Ali's hypnotic vocals mesmerize the listener into a spellbinding state of dance-floor bliss.