Inkless – Algebra on Spotify and All Major Streaming Services

Handle Records is proud to share that today you can stream Inkless Algebra on all major streaming services, including Spotify. Other streaming and download services include iTunes and Apple Music.

Inkless releases their third album, taking the favored elements from their first two releases and extending the creativity to a new level. Including parts commercial with parts experimental and all parts passionate – Algebra introduces another facet of the duo’s vision for their music. Maintining their love of the masters of progressive arts that inspire them, this album comes together with 7 new tracks that elevate the listening experience to new heights. One of a kind structures and melodies arise from the style and vision of artists Dany Breault and Joe Dolan‘s creativity; melding together guitar and bass in a fashion true progressive fanatics will cherish and listen to over and over.

The album further exposes the vision and creativity of artists Dany Breault (guitars) and Joe Dolan (bass). What began as an online collaboration of sorts has developed into a unity of two like minded artists who share a passion for going beyond the Verse/Chorus structure of pop music and to create from  something deeper and more intricate. Mixed and mastered by bassist and Handle Records founder Joe Dolan, this is the second installation of a growing catalog of music from the duo, led by the guitar wizardry of Breault.

We’re continuing our quest to go beyond what we’ve already created and to expand possibilities,” shares Joe Dolan. “Dany never fails to introduce exotic melodies and when they are tied to some very eccentric rhythms – it’s pure magic. Algebra will not let fans or listeners down at all, it’s the next step in the evolution of what we create. Please enjoy this album as much as we do.


The primary elements that form Inkless on Handle Records are Canadian guitarist Dany Breault and bassist Joe Dolan. The duo met through online collaboration and have intertwined melodies and harmonies on dozens of progressive tracks that break the mold consistently. Working with a host of other collaborators who have created and/or added drums and percussion and on occasion, who share their vision of guitar with the tracks; Inkless brings unique and creative brilliance to prog fans around the world.

Dany Breault discovered his love of guitar at age 13, encouraged by the works of the Matthew Good BandSilverchairMoist and the radio awareness of bands like MetallicaGuns n’ Roses and Nirvana. His first band, Osmosis, featured drummer Alexandre De SeveStephan Slavinski on bass and Myriam Descoutures on keyboards. It took lead from artists including ToolDream TheaterPlanet XLiquid Tension Experiment and John Scofield to name a few. With time and exploration into works like Animals As LeadersPorcupine Tree and other prog genius, Dany‘s world unfolded and his self taught guitar expressed his personal vision of music. Inkless was born, and continues with these works collaboratively with Joe Dolan.

Joe Dolan began with the bass guitar emulating the songs and styles of early 80’s rock legends and what was seen on MTV from a small town in Massachusetts. Playing along to artists like The Cars, the Del Fuegos and the Blackjacks, Joe rapidly mastered the three-minute pop song – Don’t bore us, get to the chorus … but fast grew bored himself. With time, he discovered the deeper works of artists like GenesisMarillionPink Floyd and ultimately in his teens, while performing throughout New England, Joe met fellow artists like Frank Aresti and Fates WarningDream TheaterNuno Bettencourt and artists that created and performed outside of the commercial realm. The influence of Berklee College of Music in Boston changed Joe’s view of what the bass guitar can be and helped Joe create the attack he makes on music with his instrument today.

Fans of King CrimsonGenesisDream TheaterPink Floyd or Porcupine Tree and artists of the ilk find wonder in the tracks Inkless records as a duo. Mixed and mastered by Joe Dolan, the albums Step By StepHorizon’s Eye and Algebra bring a new element of music to listeners, without vocals or lyrics – it’s a mesmerizing assortment of rhythms and sound that thrill track after track. Put on your headphones and tune out the world in a soundscape that is absolutely like no other.


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