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Some have called it electro-funk-hop, others IDM fusion. Basically we’re a band that employs standard instruments (keys, samplers, basses, drums and guitar) in non-standard ways. We keep floors moving and avid listeners moved at live shows. Our grooves are copiously influenced by electronic genres such as D&B, turntable and breakbeat hip-hop, and IDM all put together with an ear for arrangements. Infradig will move you in many ways and directions.

This music is not about showing off bad ass skillz or striking cool poses. It is about being human: human in all its seriousness, complexity and silliness. Themes arise from seeming chaos and patterns disintegrate and reform to tell a slightly different story until it sounds like a new song.

Clinical Indifference/the Psychology of Breathing, was released in 2007 and you can buy it by visiting or iTunes. It is an album about our psychology: from the obvious melodies to the warm noise seething underneath from which the melody arises. We run in patterns and grooves, but every time we run along those tight circles they seem different.

Ecstatic Everywhere is the latest release from Infradig. As the name suggests, Ecstatic Everywhere is the flip side of Clinical Indifference. Where Clinical was dark and brooding and dank, Ecstatic expresses an irrepressible joy and compresses it into 13 thickly layered tracks.

Buy Ecstatic Everywhere for $10 (shipping included) by visiting or iTunes.

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  • wilkil

    I'm liking this stuff a lot. It's like ratatat if ratatat was going all out at all times. Good stuff.

    1 May 2009 Reply
  • benaneely

    Something I would love is to hear some of the older shows. I went to one show a long time ago, right after they got the new keyboard player (from the Reggae group in town), at Jacob's Ladder and they did this song that went from 'talkshow host' into 'paranoid android' with a series vamp in the middle which went from funk to jazz to a little Jimmy Page tribute with some bowed electric guitar and lasted a good 15 minutes. That was what I always dug about the band's older sound. Now I would love that to be released. Hell, even the seriously early shows with the U2 covers. Just a request if anyone is listening (and I know you have the shows on minidisc).

    30 Aug 2008 Reply
  • dbgold

    insanely good, one of the deepest bands around musically-and-rhythmically speaking

    23 Dec 2007 Reply
  • monk11

    tight grooves ...

    7 Jun 2007 Reply

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