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Best Of 2013: Albums, Concerts, Unsigned Bands To Watch

Every year, Infectious’ staff put together our “Best of” lists to bring you our favorite albums, concerts, and recommend unsigned bands from 2013. This year, we are pleased to bring you our tops, including A Day To Remember, Fall Out Boy, Frank Turner, and more. Check it out below, and don’t forget to purchase a CD or buy concert tickets from each band’s website. Check out our best live shots of 2013 here. Please follow and like us:

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Album Reviews News 

ALBUM REVIEW: Portugal.The Man ‘Evil Friends’

It’s as if the boys of Portugal. The Man have pressed play on summer. The title track “Plastic Soldiers” is full of heavy synths and acoustic guitars and the lines, “I can’t keep my head up, no I can’t keep my head up” gets the listener really pumped up. The album segways from “Creep in a T-shirt” and into “Evil Friends”; the title track. “Evil Friends” starts off as dark, mysterious and very typical of Censored Colors, however the song takes a sharp left turn after the first minute, a…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Terrible Feelings ‘Blank Heads’

Terrible Feelings’ debut EP titled Blank Heads is a pseudo-grunge-punk delve into awesomely melodic and pop infused indie tracks that will keep listeners hitting repeat over and over again. From the get go, the drums pound into a solid beat leading the way for a lead guitar riff reminiscent of the early days of The Offspring. Speaking of such things the female lead has a primal voice, not afraid to let it get wild. All the while keeping a tight reign on the intended moods with big and broad choruses that sink…

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The Cellophane Flowers ‘Staring At The World’ Album Review

You know those really great, almost timeless, female fronted bands that seem to grab your attention no matter the circumstances? If you know what I’m talking about you may want to consider adding another band to your list of go-to’s. The Cellophane Flowers, out of the U.K., are a fresh brand of pop hooks and upbeat choruses. Coupled with the vocal stylings of Francesca Corradini they shoot way past the proposed mark and lead the listener into a broad landscape of very different and original ideas. Each song is fueled…

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It Boys! ‘Introduction’ Album Review

If one thing is for certain, it’s that good pop albums are filled with songs that are irresistibly catchy, with choruses that have everyone singing along as loud as they can, for reasons they aren’t entirely certain of. Currently, that album is Introduction, the new album from It Boys!. “Start The Party” sets off the album perfectly, as well as setting the mood for the remainder of it. With tongue-in-cheek lyrics, the song is hard to resist, despite your best attempts, especially with the guest vocals of Breathe Carolina’s David…

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