Co-Founder Of Sub-Pop Diagnosed With Parkinson’s

Jonathan Poneman, founding father (alongside Bruce Pavitt) of Sub Pop Records was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Rather than allowing his condition to be a damper on his life, Poneman has decided to greet this new challenge with a positive attitude and allow it to highlight the things in his life that he used to take for granted. Read more about his recent news after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Infectious Magazine Takes On The Boston Music Awards

Every year the Boston Music Awards team up with some of the finest in the city, from the swanky Liberty Hotel to the incredible Music Drives Us, as they bring us a night filled with local music, drinks, dancing and yes, even a little awards ceremony as well. This year marked the 25th anniversary, and while guests arrived in style, taking photos in front of the step and repeat, there was no doubt that what the evening held was pure elegance, with a twist of rock and roll. When you…

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