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The Infinity Chamber - Single/Video Review: Nothing

18 Aug 2022 // A review by Kerry Monaghan

The Infinity Chamber is the brain child of musician, Dylan Paul Ware, a Kiwi currently based in Turkey.

His blend of alt-rock, dark indie-folk jams is uniquely his own with some solid influential sounds thrown in for good measure.

Nothing is his latest single (with accompanying video) and straight off the bat, I love its simplicity lyrically, emotionally and visually. Nothing is literally about a woman who talks too much and a long-suffering writer. That’s it. No cryptic meaning or open to interpretation here, and I like that.

The single is the opening track off the eponymous album and lyrically the irony is not lost here. It has some soft yet dark tones and some nice tempo changes though it never strays far from its brooding yet enticing style.

Visually, the video is fitting too. The long-suffering writer for the most part fed up with the constant conversing by a woman, seemingly he is never able to get a word in or get lost in his thoughts. But, there is something else there. Glimmers of an invisible connection, appreciation or is it lust? appropriately without words and at the end, resignation (at least from his perspective)

What I like most about it is its deliberate delivery. There is honesty and depth without it becoming too long winded. I have a feeling that a lot of that is a reflection of whom Dylan Paul Ware is.

A great hidden gem to find.

Rating: ( 4 / 5 )
 

About The Infinity Chamber

The Infinity Chamber is Istanbul-based New Zealand song-writer and guitarist, Dylan Paul Ware.

Alt-rock, dark indie-folk, & folk-rock music.

Born and raised in New Zealand, Dylan travelled the world hobo-style, sleeping in cemeteries and empty buildings, a sheepskin jacket and a guitar,

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

Releases

No Honey (Anymore)
Year: 2021
Type: EP
The Lonely Gnome
Year: 2018
Type: EP
Sand Imaginings
Year: 2017
Type: EP
The Infinity Chamber
Year: 2016
Type: Album
Wolfsongbird
Year: 2012
Type: Album
Dark Wind Songs
Year: 2004
Type: Album

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