Boomkat Product Review:
1st ever reissue of this Italian library holy grail, including four extra tracks from the original sessions, all full of intrigue and lush tension. Remastered from original tapes. Pressed on 200g deluxe replica LP with liner notes by Alvin Lucia and newly commissioned inner sleeve artwork
“Co-signed by the mysterious Fabio Fabor and the renowned Armando Sciascia, Infini is a masterpiece of avant hauntological orchestration and stygian sound design.
Prepared pianos collide with subterranean VCS3 synthesis and mournful ornate strings, spectral choral arrangements ride menacing drones and eldrithc bass rumbles in an arcane cinematic skin.
Recorded between 1970 and 1971 (and issued on the esteemed French ‘Musique Pour L’Image’ Library label in 1972), these sublime and concise symphonies of apocalyptic pulp dread receive their first ever commercial release here and are presented with 4 incredibly rare extra tracks from the original sessions.”