Dustin Wong, like many of us, dove into the world of music and art as an unhappy youth looking to rebel against certain ideals and "absolute truths" that contrasted his own beliefs. A twisting path of punk discovery and a growing respect for sonic visionaries like Jimi Hendrix, Brian Wilson, John Fahey, and Brian Eno led Dustin to further pursue his muse. He eventually wound up at the Maryland Institute College of Art, where he met and co-founded the critically acclaimed band Ponytail. In addition to his film studies, Dustin was also a founding member of Ecstatic Sunshine, whose music hinted more at the direction he would eventually take in this his solo debut. For Infinite Love (a reference to a psychedelic experience of Dustin's), he wanted to focus on the potential of an actual album and the journey from beginning to end. This journey or musical process is increasingly being lost in the digital era, where often the focus is on tracks or collections of tracks. To highlight that journey, Infinite Love is presented as a double album, each with the same opening and different paths to the final codas. It is the listener's choice which path to take. The album will be available on both double LP and double CD, each with a bonus DVD. The LP version comes with an exclusive bonus EP entitled Indigo and Crystal. The DVD allows you to choose which musical path you'd like to have accompany the film, with the hope that the two different musical versions will change the experience of the movie. Dustin will be touring the US and Europe in the near future. It is quite something to behold the solo performance of so many intricate and complex layers. Those who have had the pleasure of experiencing the catharsis that is Ponytail live, will not be disappointed by this stunning display.