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INTERVIEW: Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men

 Infectious Magazine got together with the Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men for an interview prior to their show at the Boom Boom Room. Here’s what they had to say: Please follow and like us:

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SHOW REVIEW: Brian Marquis

I have this overwhelming fear of writing reviews. Interviewing artists? No sweat. But watching them play and then writing about it strikes a fear into this little heart of mine that rivals the sinking feeling in my stomach when I can’t see my kid on the playground. What if they’re awful? What if I can’t find a single good thing to say about them and every artist I’ve ever respected reads that one review and now no one will ever talk to me? See? It’s terrifying. The only thing that…

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INTERVIEW: Brian Marquis

Situated beneath the town’s mascot Tilly, Asbury Park’s Wonderbar is a favorite venue for locals and benny’s as well (that’s a tourist for those of you not in the know). As with the rest of the shore town, it’s got a not so secret soft spot for The Boss, but lately it’s been playing host to new acts that are just as talented. Tonight its guests are Brian Marquis and the rest of the Acoustic Basement Tour. Before the show I met up with Brian and discussed his upcoming album,…

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STREAM: fun.’s Bridge School Benefit Set

fun. performed at the 27th annual Bridge School benefit last week, a non-profit, acoustic concert event held to raise funds for the school’s curriculum. Check out a stream of their set after the jump. The Bridge School was founded by Neil Young and his wife Pegi in 1986 when they were unable to find an adequate educational program for their physically challenged son. The all-acoustic charity concert has been held every year since. You can find more information on the Bridge School here. Purchase a CD and buy concert tickets for…

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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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Queens Of The Stone Age, fun. To Play Bridge School Benefit

Neil Young and his wife, Pegi, founded the Bridge School when they were unable to find an adequate educational program for their physically challenged son, Ben. The family first held the benefit, an all-acoustic, non-profit charity concert event, to raise funds for the school in 1986 and it has been staged annually ever since. This year’s Bridge School Benefit will feature performances by Queens Of The Stone Age, fun., The Killers, Heart, and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. You can buy concert tickets here. Purchase a CD for Queens of the…

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The Gaslight Anthem To Release Album In 2014

The Gaslight Anthem will be releasing a new album in 2014. Lead vocalist/guitarist Brian Fallon says that the album was influenced heavily by Bob Dylan, Led Zepplin and Neil Young. You can check out a message from the band after the jump, and you can click here to buy concert tickets for the bands tour. Handwritten is available now and you can purchase a CD here.  Please follow and like us:

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Of Montreal Finish Recording ‘Lousy With Sylvianbriar’

Of Montreal recently announced via Twitter and their official Tumblr that they have finished recording their latest album Lousy With Sylvianbriar and will likely release it this fall. Read more after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Feldspar “The Flat and Paper Sky Vol II” Album Review

It takes a lot of balls to have the first song on your EP void of instruments.  “The Flat and Paper Sky” that opens Feldspar’s The Flat and Paper Sky Vol II features just multi-tracked harmonies that wouldn’t feel out of place on a Fleet Foxes album.   It’s a bold move that works, in part because the voices sound angelic. It’s the voice that carries Feldspar.  On the next track “Bright Blue Eyes”, the band amps it up a bit with some bluesy and reverbed guitar.  It’s equal parts Ten-era…

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