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Live-Stream Acoustic Jack White Show Tonight

Jack White, the legendary musician behind The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather, and of course his record label Third Man Records, is wrapping up a mini-tour of surprise shows with his solo backing band, and you’ll have a chance to live stream his final concert, tonight, which is going to be performed at the Fargo Theater in Fargo, ND. You might be wondering what makes this concert special compared to others of his? Well there are a couple reasons. First, during this tour Jack White performed in the…

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Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys to Release Album with New Band The Arcs

Dan Auerbach, lead singer and guitarist of the blues-rock band The Black Keys, has announced the release of a single through his new band The Arcs. The 7” vinyl single “Stay in My Corner” with B-side “Tomato Can” is set to release May 2 through Nonesuch Records. Vinyl lovers beware, because the only way you’re going to get this single is to go out to your favorite independent record store; this will be a small release. The Arcs have announced that their debut album will be released in the late…

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WATCH: Robert Plant and Jack White Cover Led Zeppelin’s “Lemon Song”

When Jack White hit the stage at Lollapalooza Argentina, concertgoers were in for a treat. During his set Jack White brought out Led Zeppelin’s lead vocalist Robert Plant to join him in a cover of Zeppelin’s “Lemon Song.” Make the jump and check out the footage via antiquiet below. For those interested in Led Zeppelin, you can purchase a CD here. For more Robert Plant, you can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. For more Jack White, you can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Please…

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PREMIERE: The Universal Tone “Down” Lyric Video

Infectious Magazine is delighted to team up with L.A.-based rock & roll trio The Universal Tone for the official premiere of the lyric video for their latest single “Down.” Check it out below and let us know your thoughts! The Universal Tone – the trio of Jasmin Poncelet (vocals/guitar), Garrett Craig (guitar) and Kenneth “Biz” MacKenzie (drums) – have been rising very quickly in the Los Angeles rock scene, with Vents Magazine recently comparing them to The Black Keys and Jimi Hendrix due to their unique combination of rock & roll, blues, and a touch of funk. Their…

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LIVE REVIEW: My Goodness W/ Adventure Galley Crystal Ballroom Portland, OR

When a radio station sells 94-cent tickets to an “I Saw Them When” show, don’t go with any expectations. But if you do, and My Goodness is on the bill, you’ll have your expectations blown out of the water. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Fritz Montana ‘Scaredy Cat’

At first listen, vocals from singer David Marshall will sound freakishly like Jack White and the band’s sound like that of the White Stripes (a compliment by all means, my friends). But with their own brand of blues and other combinations of indie sounds, Fritz Montana’s newest album Scaredy Cat not only mixes Jack White with a bit of Taking Back Sunday, (which let me tell you is actually a fantastic combination) but also brings forth an incredible sound that makes for an excellent listening experience. Having formed in early…

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5 Songs You Must Hear Before June 2014 Ends

Sometimes the world of rock can get noisy and chaotic as hundreds of hopeful up and coming acts, alongside music legends, release new material each month. Don’t fret about filtering through it all though. Here’s a list of five song releases in June that you should listen to before the month comes to a close. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Travis Hayes ‘Young Daze’

Albums about being young seem to be a dime a dozen, but when you hear one and it just sticks with you, that’s when you know it’s good. Travis Hayes’ Young Daze will entrance you and prove to be the refreshing, crisp sound you’ve been looking for. The opening track, “Song From a Movie,” really does sound like just that; a track that’s been in one of your favorite films. It’s entirely instrumental, reminiscent of the soundtrack to the climax of a rom-com (enter Billy Crystal running down Manhattan’s streets on New…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Glass Animals ‘ZABA’

On June 9th, English band Glass Animals will release their debut album, ZABA, for the world to hear. The unique sound that Glass Animals encompasses – said to be both indie rock and trip hop – is something I find incredibly refreshing, as well as one that is quite challenging to put into words (but don’t worry, I’ll try my best!). With fantastic beats and intriguing lyrics to boot, I absolutely encourage everyone to give Glass Animals’ ZABA a listen. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Parquet Courts ‘Sunbathing Animal’

Everything got a lot livelier when Andrew Savage and his Texas punk gang showed up, bustling with attitude and shooting off wisecracks far wittier and faster than any band out there. From inception, Parquet Courts had declared only one goal for the group’s career: to overwhelm and overthrow a music scene starved for “emotional honesty” with raging guitar freak-outs, thought-provoking lyrics and a swooping sense of melodrama, as seen in popular band  singles, such as  “Master of My Craft” and “Borrowed Time.” Please follow and like us:

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