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BOOK REVIEW: ‘High Notes: A Rock Memoir’ By Richard Loren With Stephen Abney

When people consider the music industry, many probably think of it simply as the musicians themselves, combined with a few managers and groupies. Of course, we at Infectious Magazine know better. We know, and often talk with, many of the vast individuals that make the music world turn. From the managers and road crew all the way to the entertainment journalists and consumers – we all play a crucial role. Richard Loren was a well-known man in the early days of rock and roll. Having worked with various musical artists…

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Brother Octopus ‘Tentacle Trauma; Album Review

  Tentacle Trauma by Brother Octopus plays like a 2000s version of the albums They Might Be Giants made in the 1980s.  They’re quirky and their songs are filled with lyrics about dinosaurs, aliens, Dr. Seuss and Vanilla Ice.  Like TMBG, Brother Octopus excels in a playful glee that makes it hard not to smile as you listen along. Musically, the duo (Brother Octopus and his female band-mate aptly named Lady Friend) offer a wide variety of sounds on Tentacle Trauma.  “Recreational Zoo” is an electronic tinged opener with atmospheric…

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