“When I recorded my album ‘A View From The Highest Point’, I learned a lot about myself and my capabilities as a musician. I started to believe more in what I can do in music and pushed myself further than I thought imaginable. This was my first album I produced.”
Sam Hale talks about self-producing his first album in a guest blog for Infectious Magazine. Check it out here.
Toronto’s Bovine Sex Club is hosting Return For Refund’s EP release show tomorrow night! Want to get in on the action? Head over to InfectiousMag tomorrow to watch as the band takes over the site in support of ‘Lift You Up‘.
Infectious Magazine recently introduced their latest editorial feature: What I Would Change About The Music Industry.
The first edition of this feature focuses on Pay to Play, and why it needs to end in the music industry. Check out the article here!
“There’s nothing more frustrating than getting an email from a band seeking coverage, only to discover they forgot to include vital information like links to their music, social media, their album’s release date, where they’re from, or what they’re seeking.”
Angela Mastrogiacomo, fearless leader of Muddy Paw PR, is at it again with some important advice for musicians who are looking to submit their music to blogs, posted on Raz Mataz Magazine. Click here to check it out.
Good news for our Battlehooch fans! Infectious Magazine premiered their brand new music video for “Carry Me Upstream” today. If you’ve never seen the band perform live, you might want to check this out to see what you’ve been missing. Don’t fret. They’re making their way to the East Coast at the end of this month for a mini-tour. This is a show you most likely won’t want to pass up! Check out the video HERE.
We have yet another premiere on our hands for one of our own! Gena Perala’s music video for ‘Hoopla’ has been released as well as featured on Infectious Magazine’s website! Check out the video and article here!
It’s finally (or should we say, already?) October and with a new month comes a new Band of the Month at Infectious Magazine. Scribble Victory takes the crown which ties in well since they’ll be releasing an EP on October 10. It’s a must listen if you’re a fan of the sounds of Owen, Frank Turner and Fleetwood Mac. Check out the article and their exclusive interview with the outlet HERE.
Under The Gun Review premiers Vinnie Hines’ brand new cover video featuring a mashup of Maroon 5 & Marvin Gaye for what UTG calls, “subtle vocal melodies and swift guitar playing. It’s not flashy or outlandish, just a simple composition of two songs done impressively well together.” Check out the premiere right here.