Infinity Frequencies self-releases “Between two worlds”
Along with 2814 and Vektroid, Infinity Frequencies is one of the few vaporwave artists that could be called a household name within the community/genre. Starting almost six years ago with Euphoria, Infinity Frequencies released a series of albums from May 2013 to May 2014 titled Computer Death, Computer Decay, and Computer Afterlife – which ended up becoming a milestone in signalwave and vaporwave production aesthetics as a whole. Infinity Frequencies’ production style primarily incorporates loops of extremely short fragments of samples that have been produced and edited to have a melancholic and wistful milieu to them, like the reverse half of the goofy nostalgia that vaporwave is usually associated with. As with luxury elite’s recent album prism, Between two worlds picks up where Infinity Frequencies left off with their last album Closer than ever, which came out almost two years ago. The sad-sounding sehnsucht of past releases are here, and the album’s twenty-four tracks elicit the yearning for strange times that were clarified in the Computer trilogy. Between two worlds is available as a pay-what-you-want digital download.
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