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INTERVIEW: Kat Robichaud (Kat Robichaud And The Darling Misfits)

Infectious Magazine recently caught up with glam rocker Kat Robichaud, the mastermind behind Kat Robichaud and the Darling Misfits. We discussed all the details of her forthcoming self-titled album (continue reading for the release date), her thoughts on the Spotify revenue debates, the possibility of playing some shows with an old friend from The Voice, and much more.  Please follow and like us:

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WATCH: Panic! At The Disco “Bohemian Rhapsody” Queen Cover

Panic! At The Disco have released a music video of them covering Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”. The song was performed on the Gospel Tour earlier this summer. Check out the video after the jump. To hear more of Panic! At The Disco, purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here.  Please follow and like us:

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World Cup Playlist: The Group Stages Are Over

We have finally come to the end of the group stages and with the final 16 elimination round about to begin. I have decided to put the group stages. Considering that music is amazing and can express a wide variety of emotions; it is only fitting that I use a ten song playlist to summarize some of the highs and lows of the group stages. The group stages of the Word Cup led to several shocking occurrences such as Spain being eliminated or Suarez developing a taste for human flesh. Sit back and…

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Fall Out Boy Cover Queen’s “We Are The Champions”

Fall Out Boy, one of the biggest pop punk bands in the world, was recently filmed performing a classic rock cover of Queen’s “We Are The Champions.” They performed the song at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, MA on June 22. Check out the video right after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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World Cup Playlist: Songs For Pre-Game, Victory & Defeat

The World Cup is upon us. As a Brit, I am obligated to be excited about it, but as a music lover, I’m also super excited to put together a mix of anthems for both victory and defeat. So the next time you’re head is up  in the FIFA World Cup cloud, press play on this playlist to rock out through the whole game. Please follow and like us:

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Queen To Release New Album

Queen guitarist, Brian May, did an interview on BBC radio recently. In this interview he revealed that Queen is releasing a new album tentatively titled Queen Forever. This album will be a compilation album similar to their 1995 album Made in Heaven, which used pre-recorded vocals from before Freddie Mercury passed away. May also revealed that Queen has been workshopping a follow-up musical to “We Will Rock You.” Before any of this happens, however, Queen will be joining Adam Lambert on a 24-date tour starting on June 19 at Chicago’s United Center…

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Y Axes ‘Sunglasses & Solar Flares’

Imagine approaching a venue of your local music scene. You can vaguely hear the band start to play as you approach the building, music slightly muted before you first open the door and walk towards the stage. That right there is essentially the introduction from San Francisco-based quartet The Y Axes’ new album Sunglasses & Solar Flares. The Y Axes describe their music as “drawing influence from a myriad era of popular and esoteric music to craft a fun original style” and I couldn’t agree more. This female-led indie pop…

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Anachronistic Film Soundtracks

In the article “Bad Movies With Great Soundtracks,” I mentioned something called anachronism, specifically in regards to Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette. By definition in the World English Dictionary, “anachronism” is the representation of an event, person, or thing in a historical context in which it could not have occurred or existed. While it is a term that is most often used when people incorrectly reference something from a specific time period (i.e. wrongly stating an artist’s time period in which they worked), it has also been used to label a…

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Top 5 Bands That Make Musicians Want To Quit

Greetings! Over here at Camp Flannel Mouth in Peoria, Illinois, we tend to put music and musicians alike on very prestigious and almost superhuman levels. Our environment celebrates musical talent to the point where you don’t even have to be that good to get attention, which has led to the demise (and consequential rebuild) of the local scene here. However we’ve found ourselves walking to the beat of completely different drums through it all, enduring the waves of sludgy nu-metal and screaming-verse-singing-chorus-breakdown-hardcore in order to “break out” of our scene….

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BAND OF THE MONTH: LostAlone

LostAlone is a British pop rock band out of Derby, Derbyshire who have self-proclaimed themselves to be on “an endless musical, riffological, epic melodic quest.“  The group is proof that sometmes less really is more and is made up of just a vocalist/guitarist, bassist, and drummer. Count ‘em: 1-2-3 members.  Currently signed to UK record label Graphite Records, they are working on their third studio album, set for release sometime in Spring 2014.  LostAlone has toured with bands such as Paramore and My Chemical Romance, and even had Gerard Way…

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