An Indie art punk band, Brooklyn's Infidels create music that is fierce and melodic, sweet and dark, subtle and booming. In 2007 Infidels have been chosen as the grand prize winner of the Music Choice Network's Breakout Artist Competition, and have signed a licensing agreement with MTV.


An Indie art punk band over three full years in the making, Brooklyn's Infidels began on New Years Eve 2004. Infidels consist of Alain Beugoms (drummer, lead vocals), Niall Murphy (guitar, vocals), Thom Woodley (bass, vocals), and Scott Wortman (keys/effects, vocals).

In December 2005 came the independent release of the band's debut EP, Your Hidden Skeleton. Soon after its release, the Music Choice Network asked Infidels to contribute their track Satellite in my Brain to their Indie Rock Chart channel. This track became the only song by an unsigned artist on rotation on any of Music Choice's rock play-lists. In April 2006, the band's music was selected as the theme song for the much publicized internet sitcom The Burg (

Already in 2007 Infidels have been chosen as the grand prize winner of the Music Choice Network’s Breakout Artist Competition, have signed a music licensing agreement with MTV, and have been heralded as one of the best emerging NYC bands by The Deli magazine.

As a perfect counterpart to the band's music and aspirations, Infidels run shows at Brooklyn's infamous Asterisk Art Project, where Infidels frequently perform to packed houses. The band has the good fortune of sharing the stage with national acts such as Langhorne Slim and Vic Thrill.

The band's aggressive pop sensibility along with their lively stage presence have fueled their reputation as one of the best new live performance bands in New York City. Much has been accomplished over the last couple of years, but Infidels hope that their greatest achievements remain to be seen.

To contact Infidels or to request a free promotional CD: send an email to or call (917) 557-2764.


EP, Your Hidden Skeleton

Set List

Satellite in my brain, 7&7, Chubby is a Psycho, Hooked on Phonics, Asterisk is your ashtray (Monday), Delay song, Vule Vule, Almost 6, Candy Girl