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Infinity Ends, a rock band from Connecticut, formed in February 2013 as a rock band class at Summit Studios in Manchester, Connecticut. Its members come from Windsor, Hebron, Windsor Locks, and Glastonbury. The band quickly built a set list of classic and alternative rock covers and started making well received appearances in the area, including Wethersfield Cornfest, Imagine Main in Manchester, Glastonbury High School Coffee House Project, Sonny's Place, The Hungry Tiger Pub and others along with fundraising and private events. The band features Kat on lead vocals, Billy on bass, Aiden on guitar/keyboard/backing vocals, Carl on guitar/backing vocals and Ethan on drums.
Check out their Reverbnation direct link: https://www.reverbnation.com/infinityends2
and on Facebook at Infinity Ends Band.
Featured song: R U Mine? (cover)
How old are you and where are you from?
The band is made up of teens ages 14-16, from Windsor, Windsor Locks, Hebron and Glastonbury, Connecticut.
How would you characterize your musical style?
Mostly alternative rock covers with a few classics owing to our influences. We’re starting to write original material more alternative and indie in style.
Who are you - what is your story?
We started out three years ago as a rock band class at Summit Studios in Manchester, CT where we were all students. We have lost and added a couple of members since the beginning but we have been performing locally since we started.
What do you think is the difference between good music and great music?
Good music can be catchy and fun to listen to but GREAT music has a meaning that speaks to people and remains relevant even through the years after it’s released. Great music can also be catchy but it will have more of a lasting impression on people because it makes people feel emotions more strongly than simply “good” music.
What are the biggest challenges of being a young musician?
The biggest challenge is being taken seriously by others in the music community. From our experience, people are often surprised at our proficiency when they realize how old we are because it is assumed that younger people aren’t that capable. Some young artists make a bad name for others which causes people to look negatively at “kid bands”. Another biggest challenge is getting promotion and gigs on your own; there are so many bands out there that as a young artist it becomes hard to rise through the ranks to play in many places.
How did you learn about Pavoh?
We are friends and fans of Bonsai Trees and James MacPherson. We were thrilled to see James win the RADAR award this year!
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