Two Team Dresch-related bands, Infinite X's and Longstocking (both featuring Tamala Poljak), will be putting out remastered reissues on February 5 via Jealous Butcher Records (pre-order). Longstocking will reissue their sole album, 1997's Once Upon a Time Called Now, as well as release the new Singles and Demos: 1994—1998 compilation, and Infinite X's will reissue their sole, self-titled, 2002 album. Both albums were originally released on Donna Dresch's Chainsaw Records, and this reissue will be the first-ever vinyl and digital releases for both.
Reminiscing on how Infinite X's came to be, Jody Bleyle (also of Team Dresch and Hazel) said, "It was the turn of the century and people were moving toward electroclash. There was a real sense that everything was going to be new, but some of us still loved our guitars and acoustic drums and still wanted to feel that rock energy. We came together around that desire." They recorded their album with Richard Baluyut of Versus producing and Alex Newport (At the Drive In, Knapsack, Bloc Party, etc) engineering, and they came out with a batch of super catchy indie-pop punk songs that still sound fresh today.