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The Infinite Daisy Chains Drop “Moreno Beach Club” After Desert Road Trip Inspiration

by The Alchemist

The Infinite Daisy Chains are a band that have been making a lot of noise in the DC music scene lately. The band is actually made up of a married couple, Ian Dandridge and Kristina Westernik-Dandridge, who met at a rehearsal a long time ago. Although the venture is new, they are both well established and trained musicians who have been creating music for years back in the DC Metropolitan area. Kristina specializes in the violin, vocals, and Ableton push, whilst Ian is the guitarist of the duo. As well as the pair boasting years of experience in playing synthesizers and drum machines, Ian and Kristina produce for clients such as, a music production platform for millions of creators.


​Together with the team at Day Off Recordings, they released their latest single, “Moreno Beach Club,” on September 18th, 2020. Progressing from rhythm and chanting to organized chaos and an epic guitar solo climax, the husband and wife duo show their instrumental prowess in this single release. This song was mixed and mastered by Sam Ford, who in the past has engineered the likes of Jay Watson of Tame Impala and Pond.


We can understand why they picked Sam Ford to engineer their track, as this track reminds us of many various Tame Impala and Pond songs (specifically “Paint Me Silver” By Pond). The solo towards the end of the track brings an incredible sensation to the listener as the track ends with him/her wanting more. Check out the track below, and you’ll see what we mean.

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