Reviewed by Andi Bricklin
You know when you walk into a Steven Starr restaurant or watch a CW show when a scantly clad 20-something slithers through a chic upscale lounge with her eyes on her evening prey? The music that usually accompanies those experiences is this electro dance pop that can be found on Infinity Pool by When Saints Go Machine.
When Saint Go Machine starts the album with “Love and Respect” featuring Killer Mike. The band provides a digitally funky track that compliments the raps from Killer Mike that kicks off the record with a coolness that carries through the album. Infinity Pool uses haunting, ethereal sounds with sweet rhythms to create a mysterious vibe that keeps you hooked into the album. It kind of plays likes a soundtrack to whatever it is your doing, and it’s one of those albums that should be listened to for the full 44:13 that the music plays, not one track at a time. So when your ready to get deep, put on Infinity Pool, make yourself a martini and enjoy.