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WATCH: Radiohead “Burn The Witch” Music Video

Radiohead fans have been waiting for a new album for a long time. Today, the band released their first new song since 2012, titled “Burn The Witch.” The music video for the song was directed by Chris Hopewell and pays homage to the 1970 film The Wicker Man. The song, on the other hand, has an electronic vibe alongside some with nontraditional orchestra arrangements. Check out the new song, below, and let us know what you think in the comments section. To hear more from Radiohead, you can purchase a…

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Lollapalooza 2016 Lineup Announced

Lollapalooza celebrates 25 years this summer with a four-day weekend. From July 28 – July 31, Chicago’s Grant Park will be transformed into a massive festival grounds, with Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers and LCD Soundsystem headlining. Other performers include Haim, Lana Del Ray, Ghost, Silversun Pickups, Wavves, Lettuce, and Frank Turner. “I’ve immersed myself in this experience for 25 years now, but it’s in a constant state of evolution, living and breathing. As long as we always try to find the eye of the hurricane, the epicenter of the…

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Radiohead Announce First Tour In Years

Earlier this year, Radiohead announced their first live shows in four years. Yesterday, they announced a slew of separate dates for a world tour, with only four shows in the United States (two at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, two at Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles). Along with the announcement was a new piece of artwork (pictured left), leaving people to speculate whether Radiohead are getting ready to release a new album. In January, fans noticed Radiohead founded a new company called Dawn Chorus LLP, something the band did before…

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INTERVIEW: Vada March

Infectious managing editor Joe Ballard recently had the chance to speak with fast-rising New York-based soul singer/songwriter Vada March. In this exclusive interview, Vada speaks candidly about auditioning for American Idol and The Voice, what it’s like competing with a lineup full of metal bands, plans for a brand new EP, and much more. I have to start by saying congratulations on achieving First Place at the audition round for Stand Against Suicide’s Battle of the Bands competition! Can you tell me a little more about the upcoming final in May…

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FEATURED ARTIST: StereoKid Interview & More

There are probably many people out there who haven’t heard of StereoKid. I’m not going to say that’s anyone’s fault in particular, there are a lot of bands out there, and one can only learn about so many at a time. But if you have the chance, check out StereoKid. It’s not only cause they’re some of the most laid back and nice guys around, which they are, they’re also incredibly talented. A little about the band: made up of brothers Greg and Dan Neal, and members Roger Lambert, &…

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Radiohead and Portishead Join Charity Soccer Tournament

Philip Selway from Radiohead and Geoff Barrow from Portishead have joined forces to create a team to benefit a charity soccer tournament. Check out Barrow’s tweet about it after the jump. The tournament, held by the Mary Hare Foundation, is called the Football & Food Festival and will be held on April 25 in Newsbury, England. The Mary Hare Foundation raises money for the Mary Hare School, a specialized school for deaf students. Selway and Barrow have cleverly named their team for the tournament “Heads United.” Interested in donating? Check…

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GUEST BLOG: On The Current State Of Rock, Los Angeles, And Being Who You Are

When I was asked to write a guest blog for Infectious Magazine, countless ideas came to mind. In the end, I decided I’d really like to shed some light on how we feel about the music industry and the scene of today. When I tell people I’m a musician it’s hard not to get pulled into a conversation about the business, its downfall, disgust for pop music, over-saturation, and these are just a few topics. Where is the optimism? I think the new ‘age’ of music (like everything else) has…

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PLAYLIST: Growing Up Ari (Ariella)

Hey! My name is Ariella Laichas-Malamud. I have been with Infectious since April and have loved every minute of it. I went through many stages of what I wanted to be when I grew up, but usually writing was involved. Music journalism just seems to fit. I have loved music ever since I can remember. My parents started me on Woody Guthrie and Peter, Paul & Mary before I was even old enough to talk. My music tastes change every day, but my favorite band will always be The Script….

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10 Songs By Bands Inspired By Nirvana

Kurt Cobain is one of the most important musical figures in Rock ‘n’ Roll history.  The impact he had in the early 1990s not only helped sky rocket grunge and flannel to mainstream popularity, but also inspired a wide range of musicians from all corners of musical genres.  In honor of the 20 year anniversary of the death of Kurt Cobain, here’s a playlist dedicated to all the bands and artists his music and image helped to inspire for today’s world. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Sulene ‘Holding Words Back’

Twenty-three-year-old songwriter/film composer/guitarist Sulene, hailing from South Africa (currently living in New York), recently released her debut album Holding Words Back, a four-song EP influenced by the likes of Paramore, The Dear Hunter, The Wonder Years, Radiohead, and Muse. Alongside bandmates Jon Greene (guitar), Dan Alport (bass), and Emmett Ceglia (drums), the Berklee College of Music trained Sulene van der Walt provides a fantastic and unique rock sound that seems to defy any genre. To begin the album, the eponymous song “Holding Words Back” is one that stays true to…

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