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INTERVIEW: Adryelle

Infectious Magazine recently had the opportunity to chat with up and coming Baltimore artist, Adryelle. Channeling the sounds of Tori Amos, Depeche Mode and Young Marble Giants, Adryelle recently unveiled her fifth release, The Waiting Room. Speaking about the album she says, “The Waiting Room is about life and death. The album is up to interpretation, but ultimately it is about hope, in the sense that we can be OK where we are currently, and that everyone has a purpose in life. If you are alive, then you have a reason to live.” Check out…

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INDUSTRY INTERVIEW: Matt Brown (Haulix)

In today’s industry interview, we chat with Haulix founder Matt Brown. Now, if you’re not familiar with the streaming service that is Haulix, it’s one of the most popular platforms for labels and publicists to send advances to your favorite blogs (including Infectious!) Check out our interview with Matt below to learn more about Haulix, how to get your foot in the door (including their free job board!), and advice for submitting your music to online outlets. Please follow and like us:

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CONTEST: Lost In Los Angeles Merch Giveaway

Infectious Magazine has teamed up with Lost In Los Angeles and Big Picture Media to give one lucky fan the ultimate merch package which includes: 1. Signed CD 2. Signed Poster 3. 2 Picks and Stickers 4. Summer Tour T-Shirt 5. Lost In Los Angeles ring All you have to do to enter is: Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Human Parts

Puzzled; it’s the only way to explain the approach to listening to Human Parts’ self-titled release. Hesitant, unsure, and downright puzzled. But after a listen, the feeling melts away and gives way to a nostalgic one. Despite not having been born in the ’80s, I grew up on a variety of music, including lots from that era. As Human Parts played on, the familiarity hit like a cool wave on a scorching day. “First Impressions” certainly makes a startling one at that. Reminiscent of the 80’s-punk era, when The Clash…

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Brendon Urie Discusses New Panic! At The Disco Album

According to an interview MTV News had with Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die, the upcoming full-length release, will be as varied and complex and Panic!’s previous three releases: “One song sounds like it could be an ’80s, Depeche Mode type deal, another sounds like a mix of a Toto drum part with, like, weird arena-rock guitars. There were a lot of things I was pulling from; I listened to a lot of hip hop actually, like A$AP Rocky”. Too Weird To Live, Too Rare…

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CHVRCHES Reveal ‘The Bones Of What You Believe’ Album Track List

CHVRCHES have revealed the track listing of their debut album, The Bones Of What You Believe, due out on Sept. 24. You can view the track listing after the jump. CHVRCHES will be supporting Depeche Mode on select tour dates this month. You can purchase a CD and buy concert tickets here.   Please follow and like us:

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Artist Mixtapes: Suzuki Method

Suzuki Method were kind enough to share their ideal ’80s mixtape with us. You can check out the track list and listen yourself after the jump! Please follow and like us:

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New Depeche Mode Album Coming March 26th

Depeche Mode will release their new album,  “Delta Machine” on March 26th.  “Delta Machine” is the band’s 13th studio album and will be released via Columbia.  The album’s by first single “Heaven” will have its video premiere on VEVO February 1st.  Check out the track-list after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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