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"Indafusion –Sweeping the Stars (Circular)"

Warpdrives. Little green men. All part of the stranger-than-sci-fact world of Indafusion. A world where, we assume, those gaudily-coloured chaps from the Open University construct an album using only left-over nuclear reactor spares. As such it’s a multi-influenced piece - the 60s space rock of those weird beardies with the leather elbow patches are in evidence to a point, but in general it’s good old fashioned indie rock - with the emphasis on ‘good’.

From an opening track that combines the crushing guitar of Rocket From The Crypt with a tune complex enough to keep scientists and prog rockers happy, the album lurches into (interstellar) overdrive on ‘O Pioneers’ whose swathes of choppy guitar battle with a harmonised vocal interplay.


There’s some epic rock on ‘Beekeeping on Ganymede’ among some truly high points on a cosmic rollercoaster ride of a debut album which boldly goes where lesser bands wouldn’t dare - Is this Music? Magazine


"Stars in making impress with a rock-solid show"

Indafusion are on the path to success, with fans chanting insatiably for a few favourites. Charismatic lead singer Martin Little made them wait, and when the band did finally launch into the fast and powerful Plasma Drive and the squealing European Youth as demanded, there was only ever one conclusion: instant mosh mayhem. - Edinburgh Evening News


"Indafusion"

A compact mix of space-rock and clipped Sixties mod-pop, Indafusion are …. Think Hawkwind flagellating The Who. Then go buy their splendid debut album Sweeping the Stars and wonder why they aren’t being pounced upon by NME. - Scotland on Sunday


"Meadow's Festival Review"

Fife’s premier exponents of streamlined space-pop, Indafusion, formed, aptly, in 2001, the band features ex-folkie Martin Little on guitar and vocals, his brother Pete on bass/vocals and Gary Haldane on space-drums. Unsung heroes of the Scottish underground, these Dunfermline cosmonauts recently released their dang fine debut album, Sweeping the Stars, on Circular records. Think early Who gorging on all manner of psychedelic fancies and you should come close to conjuring their sci-fi metal sound. - Metro


Discography

Runts of Darwin EP - release April 17th 2006 on Circular Records

Sweeping the Stars - 1st CD album release on Circular Records, release April 2004.

Buttons - independent EP release

All tracks available through the Circular Records website - www.circular-records.com

Solar/Lunar Power download single release. Was only available as a download, came with free live version of Electric Housecoat.

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INDAFUSION, dynamic three-piece rock outfit from Dunfermline, Scotland, est. in 2001. Martin does singing and plays guitar, his brother Peter does bass and singing and Gary Haldane does drums and cymbals. Martin and Pete write the songs; Gaz makes them shimmy.

Runts of Darwin, featuring four brand new originals of the modern rock species, is the new EP from Indafusion on Circular Records (www.circular-records.com).
The Scots reinvent the concept of the power trio, adding a nimbleness, melody and harmony to the other prerequisites. Not to mention a winning way with words, and a warm disposition towards animals…. and a quiet concern for the human race.
Indafusion float like the Chili Peppers, sting like And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of The Dead, and sonically sandpaper a riff like early Black Sabbath.
But this is a sound all their own. Indafusion are progressive alright, but only in the sense of aspiring to move forward rather than glancing in the rear view mirror.
2004 saw the release of the critically acclaimed debut album ‘Sweeping the Stars’, also on Circular Records. Since its release, Indafusion have earned a reputation for being one of the most impressive and hardest working live bands in Scotland.