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WATCH: Spoon “Inside Out”

  Check out Spoon’s surreal music video for their track “Inside Out” off their latest album They Want My Soul. The video, directed by Lebanc + Cudmore, features lead singer and guitarist Britt Daniel, appearing in a series of slow motion vignettes, from a robbery to a wedding. Make the jump, watch the video, and tell us your thoughts! For more Spoon, you can buy a CD or concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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WATCH: Spoon Performs on Jimmy Kimmel Live

During SXSW, “Jimmy Kimmel Live” is being broadcasted from Austin, where American rock band Spoon is from. They appeared on the show and performed two songs of theirs: catchy “Rainy Taxi” and heavy-hearted “I Just Don’t Understand,” originally by Ann Margaret. Both of these tracks are off of their 2014 album They Want My Soul, which is their first album since 2010’s Transference. They definitely came back with a bang! Listen to the songs after the jump. For more Spoon, you can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like…

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Arcade Fire Add Spoon, tUnE-yArDs And Others To Tour

Arcade Fire is currently on an international tour through the end of August. In addition to the previously announced opener Unicorns, Arcade Fire has just announced that Spoon, tUnE-yArDs, Dan Deacon, Owen Pallett, and the Constantines will each open several of their future shows. Check out the full tour schedule after the jump! You can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets for Arcade Fire here. Please follow and like us:

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WATCH: Spoon “Rent I Pay” Unofficial Music Video

Spoon announced the release of their new album They Want My Soul last week. Today, they released an unofficial video of the first full track on the album titled “Rent I Pay.” Check out the video below, after the jump! For more from Spoon, you can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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Spoon Announces New Album

Spoon has finally announced a release of a new album after an uncharacteristic four year hiatus between full lengths. The album ‘They Want My Soul,’ will be released August 5 via Loma Vista. Read more after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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I The Mighty “A Spoonful Of Shallow…” Music Video

I The Mighty has released the music video for their song “A Spoonful of Shallow Makes Your Head an Empty Space.” The song is off the album Satori which is available now. You can purchase a CD here. View tour dates and buy concert tickets here. Check out the animated music video below. Please follow and like us:

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INTERVIEW: Mayberry’s Esteban Rodriguez Talks ‘Beautiful Mess’ EP

Recently, Infectious Magazine’s staff writer Kerry had a chance to chat with Mayberry vocalist, Esteban Rodriguez about the band’s upcoming EP Beautiful Mess. In the exclusive interview below, we got the details on the making of the album, some fun studio stories, dream tour plans for the band and much more! Beautiful Mess is officially available NOW on Itunes here, or purchase any of Mayberry’s CDs here! Please follow and like us:

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Portland Names January 20 Decemberists Day

To the rest of the world, today is January 20, however, in Portland, Oregon today is a very special day. The city has declared today Decemberists Day; a celebration honoring their new album, What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World. Read more about the special day after the jump. The Decemberists have also added dates to their spring headlining tour. Check those out after the jump! You can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.  Please follow and like us:

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5 Montreal Bands You Should Listen To Now

This month marks an important date in the realm of music: the tenth anniversary of Arcade Fire’s Funeral—an album that would go on to define a new era of suburban dwelling and independent rock, while also shining the limelight onto one of the most overlooked and vibrant music scenes in North America. Here’s a list of five up-and-coming Montreal acts you should check out. Please follow and like us:

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