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Linfinity

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Linfinity Linfinity (Erin Patrice O’Brien)

Unlike many musicians whose musical careers began early in life, Linfinity front man Dylan Von Wagner didn’t start playing music seriously until his late 20s. From this latent interest in music sprouted Linfinity. This strangely-named sextet blends rock and Americana to create a sound that is both unique and unsettling. 

Linfinity plays music from their critically-acclaimed debut album, Martian Bloom.

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Linfinity

Comments [10]

TKA from nyc

I love this band! I highly recommend this album.

Jun. 11 2010 07:56 PM
kooks

quite impressive, a link was sent to our office and I randomly started playing it and the office circled around, compelling

Jun. 10 2010 08:10 PM
MIKE from Mars

Ok I take back that crack about Vertical Horrizons... that was a good story

Jun. 10 2010 02:58 PM
Yuko from Manhattan

I love this!! So strangely beautiful. I love when I work and listen to WNYC, and I learn about all these cool new music from Sound Check. I will check out their album.

Jun. 10 2010 02:57 PM
Linda Marie from nyc

but I Love B. Ferry and romantic, haunting lyrics.....haa ..hhah?

Jun. 10 2010 02:50 PM
MIKE from Mars

Linfinity kinda like Vertical Horizons

Jun. 10 2010 02:50 PM
MIKE from Mars

Exactly, it's like Brian Ferry as an adolescent stoner and not in a good way.

Jun. 10 2010 02:47 PM
Linda Marie from nyc

Brian Ferry, without the romantic doom ????

Jun. 10 2010 02:44 PM
MIKE from Mars

I didn't like the first time when it was called Roxy Music!

Jun. 10 2010 02:40 PM
Doodles

Saw them in concert when they passed through the Twin Cities area, and they absolutely blew the crowd away! I would say one of their best songs to play live is "Holy Rain" or "Choo Choo Train to Venice". Hands down, go see them and you'll get addicted to the CD!

Jun. 10 2010 11:50 AM

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