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Notaker’s “Infinite” Facilitates Your Sonic Journey to Another Universe

Imagine sailing through time and space in a world of endless stars, watching the earth fall away from sight on a fateful and uncertain pilgrimage to a distant galaxy. Even if you never dreamed of being an astronaut, Notaker’s newest track “Infinite”, to be released on mighty Monstercat, will take you on an epic adventure to your mind’s wildest destination. Stepping away from his usual progressive sound for a more futuristic and digital vibe, Notaker is here to be our commanding astronaut on our journey to another world. Listen here.

Before he ever started producing music, David Nothaker – better known as Notaker – was fascinated by science and space, especially the concept of something having no end. For “Infinite”, he was inspired by the limitless quality of the mind; our minds can take us places our bodies will never be able to, and oftentimes music serves as a catalyst to facilitate that passage. Inspired by legends like Hans Zimmer, Deadmau5, and Eric Prydz, Notaker specializes in creating an atmosphere around his productions to immerse the listener in the story of his sound, rather than just the track itself. He has certainly achieved that with “Infinite”, so stay tuned for more sonic experiences coming from this promising up and comer soon!

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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