NOON - Duff's Groove
Release date: 12.07.18
Bringing forth the concept of Middle Eastern fusion music to the US, Dubai-based Ratish Chadha collaborates with New York musicians to recreate the sound of his band, NOON, in a completely new format. Chadha merged forces with keyboardist / Infinity Gritty founder Adam Ahuja to recruit a lineup of like-minded musicians. Ahuja introduced master oudist Tom Chess virtuosic bassist Akos Forgacs to the team. The four-piece created a polyrhythmic Middle Eastern fusion single featuring elements of drum and bass, odd meters and psychedelic Eastern scales, molding the song into the musical anomaly that it is. The song is called 'Duff's Groove' in honor of Chadha's close friend that unexpectedly passed away exactly 2 months to the date of the recording session.
E Scott Lindner - Port Of Dreams
Release date: 09.21.18
Scott’s second full length album, “Port Of Dreams”, is a massive departure from his more jazzy first record. This album can be described as Orchestral Psych, and features a string quartet, woodwinds, piano, drums, bass, synths, and much more. This record was written, recorded, mixed and mastered in 3 days. It was performed, recorded, and mixed live to two track. The album was mastered by midnight on the 3rd day. It was the most challenging musical undertaking in Scott’s musical career.
DB3 - Firebrand
Release date: 07.20.18
After years of producing, co-writing and playing on countless records, David Bailis release the 1st record under his own name. The compositions reflect a diverse musical background, ranging from jazz, afrobeat, rock, americana, and R&B, yet all the tracks still live in the same musical realm and maintain a cohesive spirit. The major concepts of the songs in this record deal with living in balance, pushing ones limits and striving to have a positive impact in the world, topics Bailis discusses and highlights in his blog and podcast, 'Tourganic.'
VSUS - Eluchans vs. Lindner
Release date: 07.06.18
VSUS: a musicians’ dual; a chord symbol; a collective. Or perhaps, all of the above. Presented by Infinity Gritty, VSUS unleashes two musicians head to head, in a match up to challenge each others production, musical, and artistic skill. There is only one rule: keep it under thirty minutes. In the VSUS debut, Pablo Eluchans (drums, percussion) and E Scott Lindner (synth, guitar, engineering) layer and craft a strangely fresh and yet familiar, organic blend of polyrhythmic-kraut-ambient, featuring patient grooves, explorative soundscapes, and a fleet of obscure emotions that dictate five mature instrumentals. If you close your eyes, the album might soundtrack the life of an NYC subway dweller, who flies through the skies at night.
RoSaWay - FREEDOM
Release date: 06.29.18
RoSaWay is a Parisian pop duo consisting of Rachel Ombredane and Stéphane Avellaneda, whose music is born from an unlikely and original combination: the flute and drums. Bringing a refreshing “french touch” to the table, Rachel’s soothing voice beautifully bind together the pair’s instrumentation. With a pleasant reminiscence to 70’s theme-song-style grooves, RoSaWay combines vintage sounds with modern electro-pop beats for a satisfying blend of the present and past.
Project K-paz - Post-something
Release date: 05.25.18
Project K-Paz, started in 2009 by Alvaro Kapaz, Pablo Eluchans and Adam Ahuja, delivers pure improvisational music. The new album is titled Post-something - inspired by deep reflection on our times: 'we are in a controversial era, when the world seems easily polarized and tensions quickly rise. But the future lies in the hands of the new generations, who bring us hope of a reality that will build bonds out of bleak surroundings, turning our differences into strengths, and discover a new unity for our humanity. How we as humans choose to deal with sadness, loss, excitement, madness, joy, love.' (Project K-Paz). Post-something was recorded in one night at Pinch Recording with E Scott Lindner at the decks.
Adam Ahuja - Ubiquity
Release date: 11.17.17
Drawing influence from the spheres of jazz, rock, funk, soul, hip-hop, electronic, world, and some Vanilla Ice dance partying at age six, Adam Ahuja uses his musical toolset to meld a love for groove with an obsession with harmony, flavoring compositions with metaphysically-bent singing and rhymes. Ahuja’s new record, ‘Ubiquity’ interlaces two styles: ‘live-looping,’ featuring a compact multi-instrumental setup identical to his on-stage performance, and ‘band-style,’ where Ahuja jumps between keys, drum kit, bass, guitar, percussion, and vocals to layer takes one at a time. In addition to the audio, the entire album recording was caught as video performance.
E Scott Lindner - E Scott Lindner
Release date: 7.28.17
E Scott Lindner is a New York City based Recording Engineer, Producer, Guitarist, and owner of Pinch Recording. Drawing heavy influence from krautrock and jazz, his musical compositions lean on repetitive polyrhythms as a bed for searching melodies and compelling sonic textures. For this album, Scott assembled 2 drummers, percussion, upright/electric bass, trumpet, saxophone, rhodes, B3 organ, synths, and electric guitar. He booked a studio for 3 full days, and in that time, the musicians collaboratively wrote and recorded 8 compositions which were then performed and recorded live in the studio. His 2017 self-titled record is the first release on the Infinity Gritty label.