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Notaker’s “Infinite” Will Jump-Start Your Journey To Space

Notaker’s “Infinite” Will Jump-Start Your Journey To Space
Brian Poles

Imagine staring out into space and just looking at the stars with awe and wonder, thinking of all the other worlds that are out there. Next, imagine what kind of music you would add to this journey of thought that you are on. Well if you are struggling a bit to find the perfect piece of music Notaker is here to help with his latest original “Infinite.”

Starting out with a wondrous and ominous buildup and slowing descending into a breakdown with harder but uplifting chords, the first drop finally comes which is minimal but gives you the effect of launching into space. Then as the song continues to progress the elements he throws into the song continue to add to the wonder and veneration of the journey he is taking you on. Finally comes the last drop after building up the to moment which is even more uplifting and gives a trans-dimensional feeling, one that truly makes you feel as if you have broken through the atmosphere and have reached the cosmos. This song plays more as a story than a piece of music. The progression through the song through additions and omissions of sounds and going from hard from the first drop to a softer and more melodic final drop tells the story of traveling through space in a great way.

“Infinite” is out now via Monstercat who has really found a gem in this one from Notaker. There hasn’t been a song like this to take the listener on a musical journey in quite some time, at least one that I can recall. It brings you back to the sounds of Deadmau5 or Eric Prydz who are probably the best producers in the aspect of taking the listener on a journey, or tell a story, through their music. So sit back, relax, and let Notaker take you on an “Infinite” ride.

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