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The Infinity Chamber - Single Review: No Honey (Anymore)

22 Mar 2021 // A review by Darryl Baser

For those of you who aren’t amongst the 1340 subscribers to his YouTube, or the nearly 47,000 who follow his Facebook page, The Infinity Chamber is Dylan Paul Ware.

PC, or Pre-Covid, he travelled in the true style of a troubadour, spending time in many countries across Europe, which is kind of documented in one of the lyrics in the song; "…it’s just my old guitar and me.."

This latest song No Honey (Anymore) follows three albums and three EPs. It’s expertly recorded in Ware’s dark folk style, with a catchy guitar riff driving the song along. The composition of No Honey (Anymore) shows Dylan Paul Ware’s influences in a subtle way, you can tell he’s influenced by great songwriters including Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, and Peter Green, but has enough years in the game to have honed his own songwriting style.

If you’ve not heard The Infinity Chamber, No Honey (Anymore) is an excellent gateway song.

Rating: ( 3 / 5 )
 

About The Infinity Chamber

The Infinity Chamber is an Istanbul-based rock band formed by resident New Zealander, song-writer, guitarist, and vocalist, Dylan Ware, along with three other Turkish artists: lead-guitarist, Fatih Aygun; Bassist, Utku Karamuk; and Drummer, Ertugrul Akyuz.

The band's genre isn't easy to pigeon-hole as they play a fairly eclectic array of styles. Essentially, they don't play covers, it's all their own music; a dark, psyche-tinged, metamorphic-rock, derived from a fairly wide range of tastes, and influenced by 60’s folk, art-rock, classical music, thrash-metal, and pop - yet not actually being wholly any of these things.

They have three albums Dark Wind Songs (2004), Wolfsongbird (2012), and in 2014 Dylan joined with Fatih Aygun in a two-year collaborative project to produce the 15-track album The Infinity Chamber (2016).

Visit the muzic.net.nz Profile for The Infinity Chamber

Releases

The Infinity Chamber
Year: 2016
Type: Album
Wolfsongbird
Year: 2012
Type: Album

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