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Warped Tour 2017 Interview: Big D and the Kids Table

An incredible force on and off the stage, Big D and the Kids Table have carved their place in the Boston music scene and beyond with their catchy music, invigorating live show, and of course, their charismatic and genuine personalities. Rarely do I interview a band who is so full of energy and genuine, vulnerable, real answers. None of this well-rehearsed, polished, short and to the point repertoire with these guys. Instead, they give their all to the questions, diving deep and giving thorough answers that translate to vivid stories and experiences for their…

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INTERVIEW: Stacked Like Pancakes – Daytona Beach, FL

Infectious Magazine’s Sami Marshall recently had the opportunity to chat with Maryland seven piece brass rock band Stacked Like Pancakes while they were in Florida to kick off both the Warped Tour festivities and their own Spring Break tour. The band talked about their big break on Warped, defining their sound, and their breakfast food preferences. You can check out the full interview below! Their tour has a few days left, and you can still buy concert tickets to any of the remaining dates here. To see these guys live on…

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WATCH: Dollar Signs “Hi, Anxiety” Music Video

North Carolina punk band, Dollar Signs, released a music video for their song “Hi, Anxiety.” The track is off the band’s 2015 full-length release, Yikes. “Something really bad is about to happen,” the band sing as a bunch of bad things start to happen. The group have their own quirky style of music that is guaranteed to get you up and bouncing around. And if the news wasn’t cool enough, the band also announced their “Escape From Corporate Hell Tour 2k16.” They will be playing everywhere from Georgia and New…

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Interview: Stacked Like Pancakes

Infectious Magazine’s Owen Paterline recently had the opportunity to chat with Stacked Like Pancakes to discuss Launch Music Festival, Brass Rock, Kevin Lyman and more. Check it out after the break. Don’t forget to get your tickets to their upcoming show at Ram’s Head Live! and merch here, and to help support their second album here.   Please follow and like us:

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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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ALBUM REVIEW: The Kooks ‘Listen’

British indie group The Kooks have come back with their fourth studio album, titled Listen. And boy is this album different from anything they have done before. But don’t worry; the Kooks still stay true to their sound in most of the songs. Oh and be forewarned, when you listen to this album, you will most likely dance. A lot. Please follow and like us:

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Vintage Playlist: Warped Tour 1995

Warped Tour is arguably the most popular, well-attended pop-punk/hardcore music festival in the United States’ summer. But Warped Tour wasn’t always this way. Back in its birth year of 1995, the Warped Tour line-up featured only 20 bands and about 9 pro-skateboarders and BMX-ers, all of whom made the show poster. The poster also showed a monster truck. Overall, the 20 bands that were featured on the first Warped Tour heavily favored California punk and New York hardcore bands- a minute away from the type of diversity seen on the show…

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12 Songs To Add To Your Summer Bicycle Playlist

It’s shaping up to be a bright and sunny summer this year. We have compiled a list of 12 songs that should be on your Bicycle Playlist.  From new-school hip hop and indie to ska-punk, here are some tunes for your long summer days on your Fixie (or Cruiser, I guess). If you can’t afford a bicycle, some cities offer bike libraries or rentals. You could hit up a local police auction… or do a volunteer program at a bike shop. Hey, just dust off whatever is in the back…

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