October 1996 (of Band)
Keyboards, Vocals, Guitars, Saxophone, Cello, Didgeridoo, Drums, Percussion, Computers and the whole studio equipments
Thorsten Sudler-Mainz (keyboards, vocals, percussion, and programming)
Thorsten Rentsch (keyboards, guitars, percussion and programming)
Eva Wolf (vocals), Ilona Gerulat (vocals), Alkimia Lux (vocals), Antje Schulz (vocals), Matthias Krauss (grand piano, keyboards, guitar) Klaus Major Heuser (guitar), Thomas Kagermann (violin, vocals), Stefan Höllering (tenor-, electro-saxophone), Wieland Reissmann (grand piano, keyboards), Marius Goldhammer (bass), Alex Gunia (guitar), Luise Schröter (cello), Björn Vogelsang (soprano saxophone), Till Kersting (guitar), Franz Holtmann (guitar), Byron Metcalf (percussion), Mario Argandona (percussion, didgeridoo), Wolf Simon (drums), Sibi Siebert (drums), Daniel Klingen (percussion), Julius Lahai (spoken words, voices), Ann Kareen Mainz (vocals), MGV Liederkranz Cleeberg (male choir)
German electronic band ART OF INFINITY was founded in 1996 by musicians and producers Thorsten Sudler-Mainz and Thorsten Rentsch.
In collaboration with different guest musicians and singers they produced four albums, which were released by renowned label BSC Music/Prudence. The fascinating combination of Ambient, Art rock and Pop is ART OF INFINITY’s unmistakable trademark.
Their debut album New Horizon was first released in 2000 by London based internetlabel peoplesound. In 2004 ART OF INFINITY signed a contract with BSC Music. After the success of the second album Dimension Universe songs like "Cosmic Rain" or "Drift Upon The Sky" were released on international compilations too.
Their 2008 studio album received high acclaim by the press. A report about the studio works was released on their website. With "The Flow Of Time (Radio Version)" ART OF INFINITY released in 2009 a single for the first time.
The new album “Raumwerk” and the new single "Raum und Zeit (Radio Version)" appeared in 2012. This time with german lyrics. With their live show "Raumwerk 2012" they made their stage debut in autumn 2012.
Ambient, Electronic, Artrock, Progressive, World, Trip-Hop, Pop
New Horizon (Prudence, 2000)
Dimension Universe (Prudence, 2004)
Endless Future (Prudence, 2008)
Raumwerk (Prudence, 2012)