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STREAM: Neon Trees, “Songs I Can’t Listen To”

Neon Trees are back with their new lead single, titled “Songs I Can’t Listen To”. The song was written by Tyler Glenn, frontman for the band. Glenn dug deep when writing the lyrics to “Songs I Can’t Listen To” and explains the single’s meaning below the jump. Check out the new single and what Tyler Glenn had to say below the jump. The band’s next album is currently untitled, but as more details come forth, Infectious Magazine will stay updated. For more music by Neon Trees, you can purchase a CD…

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What Color Is The Dress?!

What color is the dress? Blue and black, gold and white? Is it pizza? Kanye? Llamas? This has been the Internet today. The world has been challenged with its hardest question to date, what color is the freaking dress?! Yesterday, a woman was faced with the ultimate fashion dilemma as she struggled to decided what color her dress was. Like any reasonable person, she did what she knows best–she hit the Internet! After posting a picture to Tumblr with the caption, “guys please help me – is this dress white and…

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PREMIERE: Dolls On Fire – “We Are The Lucky Ones”

Infectious Magazine is delighted to team up with Kansas City pop/synth-rock quintet Dolls On Fire to premiere their new single, titled “We Are The Lucky Ones”, from their upcoming sophomore album Synesthesia. Stream the single below and let us know your thoughts! If ever there was a band whose sound belongs on a publication called Infectious, it is Dolls On Fire. With their equally booming and catchy brand of pop/rock – which has been favorably compared to the likes of Neon Trees and Mates of State – they are poised to explode…

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Photos: The Moth & The Flame, Santa Ana, CA

Check out the full online photo gallery from  The Moth & The Flame set on September 30th, 2014 after the jump and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. All photos by Krystina Alfonso Please follow and like us:

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LIVE REVIEW: Nightmare And The Cat W/ Peach Kings, Max And The Moon, Los Angeles, CA

The Roxy is a small but iconic venue in Los Angeles. Recently it’s become a hot spot for album release parties. There were two opening acts for this particular party, The Peach Kings and Max and the Moon. Both bands take complete control of the intimate venue. The Peach Kings is a female-fronted rock-band with vocalist Paige Wood, at the helm. She has a look and personality that I immediately associate with Christina Chriss from Kaleido, and Hayley Williams from Paramore. Like them, off stage, she is loud, energetic and bubbly….

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Photos: Neon Trees, Boston, MA

Check out the full online photo gallery of Neon Trees’ show on July 8th, 2014 in Boston, MA after the jump, and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. All photos by Jason Cox.  Please follow and like us:

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LIVE REVIEW: Neon Trees, Smallpools, Nightmare And The Cat Detroit, MI

The Fillmore with its elaborate décor, definitely lends itself to a theatrical show. The Pop Psychology Tour definitely lives up to this. Nightmare and the Cat, the first opening band, completely control the stage. Lead singer Django Stewart, comes out in heeled boots, eyeliner, mascara and glittery eye shadow, making me do a quick double take to make sure David Bowie hasn’t had a second coming. He moves fluidly through each song like a ballet dancer or aerial artist. Both Django and his brother, Samuel Stewart, (guitar) hail from London…

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REVIEW: Chipotle Cultivate Festival San Francisco, CA

When I found out that Chipotle was putting on a free festival in the middle of Golden Gate Park with one of my favorite artists playing, I couldn’t believe it. As a newcomer to San Francisco, and a first time Cultivate festival goer, I pretty much had my head in the clouds with how awesome this was going to be. And from the festival side of things, they didn’t disappoint. Sprawled across Golden Gate Park sat the main stage, several Chipotle tents, a 21+ section, and plenty of Chipotle inspired…

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