The Middle of Infinity

By Paul McArdle. Donations go to COVID-19 & Cancer Fund .


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The Middle of Infinity


  1. The Middle of Infinity
  2. Break from Doubt
  3. Daydream
  4. Carousel
  5. Tidal Wave
  6. Radiate
  7. Paschal

Music to me has always served as an avenue of healing. I am dedicating this recording and its proceeds to the support of loved individuals receiving cancer treatment and their families during and following the Coronavirus pandemic of 2020.

From the Family Reach Website:

"COVID-19 is affecting all of us, but for cancer patients, it’s worst case scenario. Not only are they a high-risk, immunocompromised community, but they’re also facing a new set of unimaginable challenges, such as additional losses in income, increased childcare expenses, higher levels of food insecurity, and further barriers to treatment."

About the music:

The Middle of Infinity, fully written and recorded independently with the support of a respected LA-based producer, is a volume that speaks of Paul's collective experience of youth: growing up in small towns as a sojourner, finding his emotive expressions throughout his thoughts, experiences, and relationships. Pushing his contextual boundaries, the release is grounded in the search for deeper meanings and paradoxes. It also speaks of the beginnings following the loss of expectation, which was and is the real reason he found his way as a musician in the first place.