Following the recent release of their debut album, Live For The Moment, UK band, The Sherlocks have today released a new video for acoustic…Read More
Since the relaunch of the label in January 2009 Infectious Music (version 2.0), a UK-based independent record label first formed in 1993, has been making waves in the Alternative music world.
In it’s former incarnation Infectious housed a handful of the worlds most adored artists, including Ash, Garbage, Pop Will Eat It Self, Cable, Muse, Funeral for Friend and many others. Though much has changed since these early days, the ‘hands on, feet up’ approach to music (and furniture) continues to inspire the label, a bespoke music company who serve terrific new artists with flare and a point of difference.
Now home to The Temper Trap, Local Natives, These New Puritans, Alt-J & Cloud Control, Infectious holds hands with the leading tastemakers in popular music to form a small artists based label who value creativity and intuition.
With over 50 years experience in the business between them, Infectious is headed up by Korda Marshall (MD) and Pat Carr (General Manager) backed up by Connie Meade & Mike Ajayi in sales, marketing, International and A&R.
So this is Bloc Party v2.0? This is a band synonymous with prolonged hiatuses and what would appear a tumultuous internal conflict that saw…Read More
The story of the DMA’S began, the way all good stories do, with a bit of a twist in the tale. Three guys from…Read More
If you listened closely to Drenge’s first album, you would have noticed, floating here and there on the tidal wave of energy that burst…Read More
Drenge hit the headlines when they were named NME’s Best New Band of the Year, an accolade they shared with past winners like The…Read More
alt-J have premiered their new video for their single “Pusher,” off the band’s This Is All Yours album. The video is the creation of…Read More
Drenge in NYC Live review – January 29 and 30, 2015 Like all things great, it comes out of nowhere and blasts your expectations…Read More
In the two years since the release of their debut album An Awesome Wave, alt-J have remained relatively quiet. The album was a runaway success for the group, and its avant-pop garnered comparisons to bigger acts like Radiohead. While they hadn’t quite reach the same creative peak that Thom Yorke:Read More
UK duo Drenge share their Favourite five albums with us, some of their picks include LPs by Queens Of The Stone Age, Los Compesinos, and Bob Dylan. Their new self-titled debut full-length is now out in North America on Infectious Sounds,Read More
I don’t know, I mean there have been big things we’ve had to adjust to but we’ve kind of moved along steadily so that it seems like less of a big deal. So playing in front of a 10,000 whatever capacity crowd at Glastonbury wasn’t actually that daunting, for,Read More
The Acid have unveiled a dub remix for “Fame” from post-industrial darlings Factory Floor, available for streaming below, and for purchase digitally via Mute on August 5th. The Acid’s…Read More
Today alt-J premiere the video for “Hunger Of The Pine,” directed by Nabil and based on a concept by the band’s Joe Newman. It is the first UK single to be lifted from their forthcoming second album, This Is All Yours, and the song,Read More