Released earlier this summer, New York City band Linfinity’s debut album Martian’s Bloom was praised by critics for its unique depth and exemplary musicianship. Pitchfork labeled them an “Ambitious indie rock band working in the same vein as the Bad Seeds, Tindersticks, or the Dirty Three.” For their part, Rolling Stone noted how “Dylan Von Wagner’s shivering warble grabs you straightaway.” Going on to say, “But his New York sextet do more than simply play to indie rock’s taste for eccentric vocals. Megan Berson’s violin strokes the vocal melodies and adds Eastern European gypsy flavor, while Omer Shemesh drapes Wurlitzer drones, and the rhythm section builds exotic Old World grooves beyond the usual rock 4/4.”

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