The Starfolk Album Reviews Indie News 

ALBUM REVIEW: The Starfolk

With The Starfolk’s latest self-titled album, come peaceful sounds of harmony blended in with beautiful acoustics.  This band has set the bar high with tracks like  “From above” and “Midnight Moon,” which put you in a trans of rich pop indie musical heaven.  With all the groovy vibes this band has created it’s not a shock that they have out done themselves on their second album. Personally this is the first time I’ve heard this group and I’ve been blown away from the first song on their latest album. Please…

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Garbage Return To The Studio

Garbage announced last week on Twitter that they have returned to the studio! The band made their return last year with their fifth studio album, Not Your Kind Of People, after a 7-year hiatus. As of right now, the band plans on releasing another album in 2014! No word yet on any release dates or tour plans but stay tuned to Infectious Magazine for all the details! Meanwhile, purchase a CD of their previous albums or  purchase a Blue-ray/DVD of their show “One Mile High…Live” here.       Please follow…

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Live Reviews News 

Show Review: Garbage Boston, MA

Garbage are at a unique point in the typical life span for a band of their stature. Nearly two decades and five albums in, some may begin to expect a “going through the motions”, “reunion tour” vibe to their performances. The fact that they remain at all is a testament to the ambition of the group, which began essentially as nothing more than a studio project for members Butch Vig, Duke Erikson and Steve Marker. But when they took the Boston House of Blues stage on March 26th, they began…

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