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The Summer Set’s “Lightning In A Bottle” Featured In “Mako Mermaids” Trailer

  The Summer Set‘s most recent single, “Lightning In A Bottle,” is featured in the official trailer for Season 2 of the Netflix original series, Mako Mermaids. You can watch the trailer below the jump. Do you think the song goes well with the series? Let us know in the comments section. The song is off the band’s third full-length album, Legendary, that was released on April 16, 2013 via Fearless Records. The Deluxe Edition of Legendary was released on December 2, 2014. To listen to more music from The Summer Set, you can purchase a…

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INTERVIEW: Secret Someones Talk Gas Station Food, Bonaroo, And Sharing Men

Infectious Magazine’s Lindsey Goetsch hung-out to chat with Secret Someones after their performance at the El Rey in Los Angelas, CA. Check out the interview after the jump and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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INTERVIEW: Lydia

Infectious Magazine had the opportunity to speak with Leighton Antelman about their recent  Illuminate tour, road essentials, and who he fan boys over. Check it out below and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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COMEDY REVIEW: Bo Burnham ‘what.’

Get ready to massage your funny bones friends, because they are about to be very sore. Bo Burnham is a comedian and singer/songwriter hailing from Boston, Massachusetts. Burnham began making YouTube videos at 16. The first two songs he uploaded, “My Whole Family” and “My ‘Little’ Secret,” became Internet sensations and currently have over 10 million views, collectively. The songs Burnham produced were funny, yet extremely clever. He continued to upload videos, then, at age 17, signed a four-record deal with Comedy Central Records. A few days after his 18th…

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iRadio To Be Announced Today

The day has finally come! Apple is said to unveil iRadio at their annual World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco. The scoops is as follows: -All the major labels have jumped on board. -Rumor mill says it will be more like Pandora than Spotify. -The iAds are changing to only audio ads. Just as Netflix has erased the need to own movies and TV series, streaming music will surely affect the music industry; especially now that the big fruit is on board. Please follow and like us:

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