The Infinity Project was a pioneering Goa Trance group in the early 1990s, and later became a record label, TIP Records, largely responsible for introducing trance to London and the UK.
Raja Ram, a trained jazz flutist and member of the 1960’s band Quintessence, formed The Infinity Project in 1989 along with Graham Wood. In December of that year they organised their first party and played their first primitive tracks. Over the next few years The Infinity Project started releasing their first material on labels such as Fabulous and Dragonfly Records. Then in 1994, Raja Ram and Graham Wood, along with Ian St. Paul, formed the legendary Goa Trance label TIP Records.
Simon Posford (Hallucinogen, Shpongle), although not a full member of The Infinity Project has co-produced/engineered many of their tracks, and has a long-standing friendship and musical partnership with Raja Ram. Other notable collaborators include Martin Freeland (Man With No Name) and Nick Barber (Doof). By 1998 The Infinity Project had split up, with Raja Ram and Graham Wood concentrating on their other projects.