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Taking Nothing featured on Sounds Better With Reverb

In less than a year, Boston’s Infinity Girl have formed, delivered a solid full length called ‘Stop Being On My Side’ and now (six months later) have a new EP.  This level of productivity puts the rest of us to shame!

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Just Like Lovers Album Review - Sirens of Decay

If you like music for the sounds themselves and what you can get out of it, you should be giving this EP a download.

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Just Like Lovers Album Review - Clicky Clicky Music

Just Like Lovers… is a surprisingly large and well-defined step forward for Infinity Girl, one that suggests the band may only be beginning to tap a great potential.

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22 Must Hear Bands from Boston, in Bullett Magazine

Sounds like: Surfing down Mass. Ave on a tidal wave of feedback.

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Boston Phoenix Feature

Dreamy, blissed-out, reverb-drenched ’90s rock is the foundation here, but the complexity, breadth, and layered texture of Infinity Girl’s wall of sound is startling…It’s music to get completely lost in.

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Interview With Clicky Clicky Music

It’s that they make it look so easy, that’s what initially enticed us to approach the chaps in upstart Boston shoegaze unit Infinity Girl for an interview. With almost zero warning, the foursome issued in May a very impressive full-length debut, Stop Being On My Side…

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Stop Being On My Side Album Review - Clicky Clicky Music

Infinity Girl last month quietly released a dominating debut, a seamless collection of 11 shoegaze songs that evidences a remarkable facility for recreating the cacaphony, exhalation and swirl that are hallmarks of the genre.

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Stop Being On My Side Album Review - Sirens of Decay

Infinity Girl create noisy soundscapes with driving guitar and dreamy vocals, imbuing them with a sense of vastness that belies the fact that this is their very first album as a band.

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Stop Being On My Side Album Review - Elusive Little Comments

Infinity Girl blends together elements of rock and shoegaze music to create a hazy, noisy sound full of piercing riffs and dreamy soundscapes.

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Stop Being On My Side Album Review - When You Motor Away

Lots of feedback, strong bass/drum support and plaintive vocals combine to make this music very compelling.

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Please Forget featured on Sounds Better With Reverb

an untamed delivery of garage shoegaze, brimming with noise and harsh edges

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Various songs featured on various mixes: