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WATCH: Wild Americans “I Wanna Take You Home” Music Video

Wild Americans. If you’re unfamiliar with the band, you won’t be for long. Their name alone suggests a mysterious, almost avant garde vibe, and that’s exactly how they come across. The New Jersey trio announced the release of their debut EP, Lighten Up, which will hit stores on September 9. “It’s only four tracks, but there’s a lot to dig on in there,” said drummer and vocalist Mike Neglia. “We wanted to create an honest product, so we recorded it live, found our sounds, and said exactly what we wanted to…

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Infectious Magazine is delighted to team up with Moscow-based experimental rock trio Cloud Maze to premiere a brand new song of theirs titled “Winter,” which you can stream below! “Winter” will be the eighth track on Cloud Maze’s forthcoming debut album, Maybe, U Decide, which is set to be released in the USA on April 10th. Armed with an electro-rock sound that favorably draws comparisons to the likes of MGMT and Nine Inch Nails – and yet is completely unique – Cloud Maze are poised to big waves in 2015 and beyond, so you…

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LIVE REVIEW: Secret Someones, Wolf Gang, And Sir Sly Ignite Los Angeles

Nirvana may not be the greatest band of all time, or deserve a spot in the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame, but you have to admit. It’s pretty impressive when one of your favorite bands covers a legendary song. And does it right. To add a few extras as to why Brooklyn’s new found glory Secret Someones deserve the utmost respect for going balls to the walls, they covered Nirvana’s “Breed” at the El Rey in Los Angeles, Monday night. Please follow and like us:

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WATCH: Temple University’s Marching Band Covers Paramore

Recently, Temple University’s marching band covered Paramore’s “Ain’t It Fun” during a halftime show. You can watch the performance below. Paramore posted the video on their Facebook. In October, Paramore will be playing a show at the Hollywood Bowl in California. Afterwards, they’ll be playing two shows in Brazil with the Kings of Leon and MGMT. To listen to more of Paramore, you can purchase a CD here. And to check out their upcoming shows, you can buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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WATCH: Arcade Fire, Lana Del Rey, MGMT At Glastonbury

The legendary Glastonbury music festival has been going down across the pond this weekend. Luckily for folks not able to make the journey, the BBC has been broadcasting bits of all the performances. Check out songs from Arcade Fire, Lana Del Rey, and MGMT after the jump! And to see more performances from your favorite artists, make sure to check out all the Glastonbury coverage from the BBC. Please follow and like us:

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“Remember the first time you went to a show and saw your favorite band. You wore their shirt, and sang every word. You didn’t know anything about scene politics, haircuts, or what was cool. All you knew was that this music made you feel different from anyone you shared a locker with. Someone finally understood you. This is what music is about.” – Gerard Way. The following photos were posted between June 21-27, 2014 and are shown with their original captions. To make it easy for you, we have linked each…

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Black Keys ‘Turn Blue’

It’s been 3 years since the duo of Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney have released a studio album, and a lot has happened to The Black Keys in that time. To put it simply, they blew up since the release of El Camino, with their tracks featured in commercials, movie trailers and other forms of media. Unsurprisingly, the Keys have once again released an impressive record with Turn Blue, catering to old fans and attracting some new. Please follow and like us:

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Coachella Second Weekend Winds Down

Coachella turned the volume down for the festival’s second weekend, according to USA Today. Artists began playing their biggest hits early on in the set to keep concert goers from leaving, and fewer celebrities showed. A few of the acts included: Pharrell Williams, MGMT, Skrillex, Arcade Fire, and Frank Turner. Please follow and like us:

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Five Songs For Growing Up

There’s a soundtrack to everyone’s childhood, teenage years and adulthood. There are songs that you’ll cherish forever, along with others that you wish you could forget. But there are some songs in particular that capture things that will inevitably happen as you grow up so perfectly, so concisely, that it almost hurts to think about their lyrics. And despite all that, those are the ones that become favorites. Here are some of those songs. Please follow and like us:

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WATCH: Leonardo DiCaprio Dancing To MGMT

The news broke last week that a number of celebrities were being paid to attend Coachella, and here’s further proof of Hollywood’s obsession with the music festival. Leonardo Dicaprio was spotted doing a rather lackluster jig to MGMT’s set. Check out his dance moves after the jump. MGMT has been busy lately. In between Coachella weekends, they also appeared on Conan last night to perform “Cool Song No. 2.”  Purchase a CD of their work here, or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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