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Detroit born and formed, Lilac Lungs are bringing a bold new sound to the genre. Formed in 2015, they’ve opened for big names such as Emarosa, Slaves, and The Orphan, The Poet. From the beginning, they’ve grown and found their own specialty in what they do. Their sound is something similar to what you might hear on the radio but with lyrics that aren’t afraid to stand out and drive right into your heart. The words will make you think twice and see a new perspective. Eventide will make you rethink the way that pop-electro…

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WATCH: Rena “Symptom of Youth” Music Video

Brooklyn based Electro Pop-Rock artist, Rena, just premiered a music video for her latest single, “Symptom of Youth.” The single is off of her debut EP, Rude Chick, due out May 6th. It’s fairly reminiscent of very early Avril Lavigne, and in a way, it seems like you’ve been transported back to the nineties. The song is filled with energy, angst, and passion, all which you would find at a party. Her debut EP showcases a wide variety of incredible vocal melodies, instrumentals and the power that one can withhold. You can purchase a CD here and check out…

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Mokita Signs To South By Sea, Releases New Song

Mokita is the newest addition to the South By Sea Family. In anticipation of the signing, Mokita released a song titled “Dreamer.” The indie pop song features labelmate KAPTAN and tells a story of pushing through when things get rough. Stream the song, below, and let us know what you think of it, in the comments section. To hear more from the South By Sea musicians, you can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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STREAM: Vicky-T “Protect This Love”

Victoria Asher, keytarist for Cobra Starship, debuted her new solo project. Under the moniker, Vicky-T, the singer released a song titled “Protect This Love.” Stream the electro-pop track, below, and let us know what you think of it in the comments section. To hear more from Vicky-T, you can purchase a CD here. Please follow and like us:

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The Ready Set Premiere New Single, Music Video

Electro-Pop band, The Ready Set have premiered their latest single, “I Will Be Nothing Without Your Love” which is the title track off of their upcoming album.  Despite the almost calming name of the track, this is a very upbeat song just like you’d expect from Jordan Witzigreuter. I Will Be Nothing Without Your Love is set to release on April 8th via Hopeless Records. Be sure to preorder the album here. You can purchase his other albums on iTunes. The Ready Set is currently not on tour, but be sure to buy concert…

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CONTEST: Win A Free Copy Of Hydrogen Skyline’s Hey Sly King Drone EP

Do you enjoy giveaway contests for free music? Of course you do! Infectious Magazine is delighted to team up with alternative pop/rock quartet Hydrogen Skyline to give you the chance to win a free copy of their brand new EP, Hey Sly King Drone. To enter the contest, all you have to do is follow the band AND Infectious Mag on Twitter and re-tweet this post to your followers. It’s that simple! The contest runs until midnight on Tuesday, February 24. Ten (10) lucky winners will be selected on Wednesday, February 25….

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GUEST BLOG: Paradigm Shifts (or: Surviving) In A Dying Industry

If you can believe what you hear, the music industry has been hemorrhaging money for decades. According to money.cnn, in just the decade between 1999 and 2009 music has gone from a $14.6 billion dollar industry to a $6.3 billion dollar industry – in the US alone. While there are quick answers to point blame at internet radio, piracy, and the sporadic attention span of consumers, the question really comes down to, “how will this affect the music of the future?” Jared Leto of 30 Seconds to Mars answers it…

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LIVE REVIEW: Lights, Seattle, WA

Having played Seattle’s hole-in-the-wall venue, El Corazon, a couple times on previous tour runs, electro-pop rock artist, Lights, upgrades on her Little Machines tour to the Showbox Market. Fans lined up hours before the doors opened in the brisk mid-30 degree weather in hopes of getting to the front row of the standing room. As soon as the doors opened, fans flooded in and filled up the 1,100 person space almost instantly. As soon as Lights stepped on stage, the sea of her adoring fans burst into an uproar. She…

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Live Review: Brave Shores EP Release, Toronto

I’ve been in Toronto for just over a week, and already I’m enamored with their music scene. With the vast number of venues, labels, and enthusiastic bands pouring out of the city, the pulse of the music community here seems to be just what my heart was missing. Heading out to the debut EP release of electro-pop duo Brave Shores, I carried with me a few uncertainties about the city’s music scene. But when I stepped into The Drake Hotel, all of those uncertainties slipped away. In this perfectly sized room, there…

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