Every year, The Infinite Three release a long-form partially improvised song to celebrate the Winter Solstice.  This year’s track, constructed from a live studio improvisation, is available now as a free download (donations are always welcome though).  Click the artwork below to listen & download.


We have many things planned for the coming year.  We’ll be continuing with the re-issues of the Sweetie material.  Blackthread and I Can Laugh… have both now been reissued, with The Employment Tapes to follow early in the new year.


Slunq have some new music on the way. A series of 3 EPs is being planned along with new videos for many of the songs from the debut album, Spoiled Portion.  We also have new music from a number of side-projects including the debut EP from Bent Husbands.

Thank you for your continued support of our noises this year. Best wishes and solid food to you all.

Sweetie digital reissues

The entire back catalogue of SWEETIE is due to be reissued digitally, including releases previously only available as limited cassettes, vinyl, mini-discs (!) and CDRs.

SWEETIE’s debut full length album ‘I Can Laugh About It Now but At the Time It Was Really Awful‘ has now been fully rebirthed, with 2009’s ‘Blackthread’ to follow soon.

I Can Laugh About It Now but At the Time It Was Really Awful
The new digital reissues are also streaming on Spotify.

Also in the pipeline is the highly obscure minidisc-only release from 2000/2001 ‘An Album’ and the live document ‘Pleasure Vs Sickness’.  We’ll also be reissuing Paper Colleague’s ‘The Outhouse of Love’ soon too. More news soon!



SWEETIE – Live at HAG NIGHT, The Horse Hospital 13th March 2014

SWEETIE will be crawling out of her shell and doing an audio-visual performance at HAG NIGHT at The Horse Hospital in Bloomsbury on Thursday 13th March.

After a long hibernation, from the arches of south London, HAG NIGHT is re-launching in it’s spiritual home, at the heart of London’s subculture.


SWEETIE will be treating you to some barely controlled feedback loops taking place in aquatic libraries with an accompanying video piece.  There’ll also be improvisations with prepared mixer and radio from FLUX AGENCY; Harsh noise and circuit bending from CEMENTIMENTAL; Unspeakable beauty from AATSCHLAG; Hardcore language abuse from ORLANDO HARRISON; Drones and beats with salvaged equipment and computers from GPUD/VIOLIN TENDENCIES.