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Album Review

For Dustin Wong’s first widely available solo effort released on Thrill Jockey, the former Ponytail guitarist piles the delays high and gets ambitious. Named for a mantra he repeated while on a psychedelic mushroom trip, Infinite Love is a 40-minute movement played entirely on guitar (with the occasional drum machine beat interspersed for effect.) While the composition is split up into tracks, there are no song titles. Further complicating the package, Wong recorded his piece twice and released the slightly differing versions on two CDs titled (but not listed as) "Brother" and "Sister." Both discs start the same, then veer in different directions at the midpoint (approximately from tracks eight to twelve), before returning to the same climax. Fittingly, disc two ("Sister") becomes a little more delicate and playful, while disc one ("Brother") is a little more spiky, but these are particular and subtle differences that are not instantly noticeable. The soundscape is so intricately built with guitar pedals set to an infinite loop cycle, that it’s hard not to lose track and become hypnotized and caught up in the tightly wound web of one of rock’s most innovative guitarists.

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Awesome Solo Performer

I bought this album after he opened for Sun Airways in Philadelphia . I was Blown away by his performance! He Played every instrument you hear on the album with pedals and a guitar. I bought this album as soon as the show was over. I listened to the first CD for a week streight and then the second one the week after. Its an awesome album with no lyrics for a nice relaxing long car ride....


Born: Hawaii

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Hawaiian-born Dustin Wong of indie art rock groups Ponytail and Ecstatic Sunshine took the idea of going solo literally. A performer of instrumental guitar pieces, Wong performed his first show (in August of 2009) by his lonesome, aided only by a pedal board that he used to build a cacophony of textures through delay effects and loop units. His first release, the Seasons LP, followed the same format of unaccompanied guitar, and his second release, the cassette-only Let It Go for WTRCL, found him...
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