Industrial rocker A. Kultura brings together pop sensibilities into his single “Infinity.” A well-written cut that aptly combines the shoegazing pomp of alternative emo rock with a an attempt at radio friendliness, “Infinity” channels the sounds of Tokio Hotel and AFI into a gloomy yet raucous track. Held back only by production quality and a lyricism, “Infinity” has the potential to bloom into something absolutely ravishing.
The track spans just under 4 minutes but is jam packed with some excellent instrumental writing. The composition is well-nuanced with surprising breadth, skillfully weaving through verse to chorus and fantastically jumping into a bridge before spiraling into an instrumental interlude. We’re not terribly fond of the synth and electronic sounds here, which for the most part sound regrettably cheap, and at very few points does the production meld well with A. Kultura’s vocals.
Still, “Infinity” shows off a quite capable performance, with drawling vocals that are perfect for emo rock shoegazers. Again, the overall production prevents the performance from truly popping, with a severe lack of memorable moments and vocal nuances to allow the song to soar, but “Infinity” shows off an exciting potential nevertheless.
Coupled with some lyricism that could use improvements, “Infinity” is a song marred by quality but boasts a wealth of potential. There is a vision here that fans will be excited to get behind, and if the mature feel of the song’s composition is any indicator, A. Kultura is surely just getting started.
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