Electrifying electronic free jazz/power electronics/maximalistic & over-the-top with influences ranging from Braxton to Borbetomagus,from Fripp to Frith drawing inspiration from circuit bending, sampling, laptop-jocks and noise-music & heavily influenced by the acoustic experience of it's musical 'alter ego', The Free Jazz Posse. Featuring: Jeremy Melsha: turntable, frequency generator, short-wave radio, laptop computer, analogue tape, digital delay pedals. Trombone on 4. Dave Stone: baritone, tenor, soprano saxophones played through guitar pedals (distortion, delay, whammy pitch transposer, ring modulator) and feedback. Bass clarinet and baritone sax on 4. Jay Zelenka: alto saxophone played through digital delays, Moog ring modulator, and guitar pedals (whammy, distortion, wah). Theremin and synthesizer on 3 and 4. alto sax on 4. Ajay Khanna: laptop computer: real time synthesizers and sample playback. Derek Leu: electric guitar and prepared electric guitar on 3. Recorded in the spring & early summer of 1999, Fractured Infinity and the electronic group responsible evolved as an extension of music being recorded throughout '98 by the Free Jazz Posse and the ongoing electric/electronic music being played by these same musicians elsewhere: Stone,Melsha & Khanna had all served time in various electronic iterations of Chris Smentkowski's free improv band, Brain Transplant & and both Stone & Khanna have extensive independent experience in electronic music. Squid Choir Orkestra has recorded several CD's and more of this music will be released in the future by Freedonia Music. For more about the musicians and the free jazz aesthetic behind this music see the notes under Free Jazz Posse's Fanfares for the Noh Age.