New York, NY (PRWEB) April 29, 2014
Hollywood. Cinema. Dynamics. These are words associated with the production pair known as InFiction.
Consisting of Dan Asma and Doran Oppenheimer, InFiction is a commercially successful musical duo well regarded in the film industry as being nimble craftsmen and storytellers. Using their artistic expertise to create thrilling film trailers for the major Hollywood studios, Asma and Oppenheimer are masters at conjuring emotion through audio. On May 7th, InFiction releases its third full-length studio album, Callisto (InFiction Music).
It’s no wonder the electronic dance music (EDM) InFiction creates resonates with such vibrant intensity as to be at-home on the silver screen. InFiction’s music takes the listener on a journey of imagination and desire. The titles of InFiction’s albums refer to the names of Jupiter’s moons; InFiction’s first album was Io, released in 2013, and the second, Europa, just after the clock struck midnight in 2014.
The music of InFiction is as sophisticated in style as it is expertly produced. The effect is muscular, sinuous, powerful and vigorous sound. If the artists themselves be somewhat an enigma, it’s their music that has reached critical mass. The InFiction Remix of David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance” caused an instant sensation when it was featured in the nationally televised ad campaign for the 2014 Kia Cadenza.
To close one’s eyes and immerse oneself in InFiction’s musical landscape is to see across the multi-verse into another dimension. This is electronic music not for kids.
1. Waiting for a Bike - A dreamy, cinematic soundscape.
2. Tell You Why ft Leah Hall - Kaskade would not disapprove.
3. Storm Clouds Through My Windshield - The melodic build-up of these gooey, gelatinous synths explodes in a tempestuous fury.
4. Ryze - Banging trance with epic, dubstep influences.
5. The Need for Sleep - A hypnotic vibe and pounding 4/4 beat conjure lusty images of a boundless trek.
6. Lymerick - Weird, twerky synth stabs submerged in a dynamic, trance instrumental.
7. Friday Lightening - Full of suspense. An unforgettable progressive track.
8. Follow the Creek - Spooky, rapid….with a nod to the classics.
9. Final Revenge ft Aeone - Trippy, staccato, harpsichord-like stabs pierce a fluid female vocal.
10. Crash - Evocative of tribal, aural warriors. A pulsating presence fills the airwaves.
11. Neon Dancer (Call Me) - Cuts deep with a wickedly soulful vocal.
12. Teach Us - Ominous and visually provocative with spoken-word emphasis. Dramatic and glitchy. Post-apocalyptic yet strangely hopeful.
13. The Singularity - A filthy bassline accompanies Johnny Depp’s portentous sample from the film, “Transcendence.”
InFiction’s Callisto album is available on iTunes from InFiction Music: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/callisto/id857505019.
EMILY TAN Media Relations is a New York-based boutique PR agency specializing in EDM, representing clients including: Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, ATB, Andrew Rayel, Roger Shah, InFiction, Matisse & Sadko and more. For more information, contact EMILY TAN Media Relations, +1(917) 318-3758, EmilyEmilyTan(at)aol(dot)com and visit http://www.infictionmusic.com.