The ART OF INFINITY Story
In October 1996, Thorsten Sudler-Mainz and Thorsten Rentsch travelled to a house on the Dutch coast. In their luggage they were carrying a recording studio, a selection of instruments and the vision of a new and unique project called ART OF INFINITY.
This proved to be the foundation stone for the debut album New Horizon released in 2000. The two masterminds of ART OF INFINITY are musicians and producers who realise and supplement their ideas and concepts by adding guest musicians. Thorsten Sudler-Mainz is responsible for most of the compositions. He plays keyboards, sings and invented the style of Spoken Words for ART OF INFINITY. Thorsten Rentsch plays keyboards, guitar and other instruments. He is responsible for the overall sound. Among others, he worked together with Eric Woolfson (Alan Parsons Project) as sound engineer.
The London Internet label peoplesound.com came to notice New Horizon and promoted the album in the Internet. The track Evolution was used as background music for a documentary film and music magazine Eclipsed released the song Ocean in Space on the sampler The Art of Sysyphus Vol. 17 (Sysyphus Records). In 2003 the album New Horizon was played on the headphones on all planes of the renowned airline Aerolloyd.
In January 2004 ART OF INFINITY signed a contract with the German company BSC Music. The second ART OF INFINITY album Dimension Universe was released in April 2004 on the BSC main label Prudence.
While their first concept album New Horizon deals with the subject of genesis and evolution, in their second album Dimension Universe the listener is going on an endless journey into space.
In 2005 the song Cosmic Rain was released on the Compilation Shiva Beach Bar (Prudence), the longtrack Drift Upon The Sky was released on the legendary Sampler series Mystic Spirits vol. 11 (ZYX Music). Actually in 2006/2007 ART OF INFINITY are working on their next album titles Endless Future.
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