Titus Andronicus Tag Archive

Titus Andronicus Wants You To Support Local Business — Via Twitter

Posted October 26

O Music Award-nominated rockers Titus Andronicus (Must Follow Artist On Twitter) have launched a very DIY Twitter campaign on their website to herald the recent release of their third album, Local Business, as well as their upcoming U.S. tour. Like many bands before them, they’ll be crowdsourcing fans at tour stops around the country, asking what restaurants, shops, etc they should hit up while they’re in town — with a slight twist. They’re only interested in the real local deal, not the chains.

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And The Nominees For Must Follow Artist On Twitter Are…

Posted May 17

The next edition of the O Music Awards is right around the bend, and we know you’re eager to hear if your favorite band/app/whatever will score a nomination this time around. We’ll be unveiling the full list of categories and nominees on May 23, but, in the meantime, here’s a taste to satiate your mounting hunger: The nominees for “Must Follow Artist On Twitter.”

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Occupy Wall Street Gets a Website For Musicians

Posted November 21

Occupy Wall Street has become a worldwide movement that’s also akin to a kind of music festival — impelling many a musician to visit the protests and perform. Now, those musicians have their own website from which to organize: OccupyMusicians.com.

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Titus Andronicus: “If you don’t like social media, get on it and do it better”

Posted November 11

For someone who has only been tweeting for less than a month now, Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles has already made quite an impact on the micro-blogging site, which is why we caught up with the musician to talk about social media and the ever-important concept of “keeping it real.”

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Outrageous Tweet Of The Day: Titus Andronicus Frontman Got Electrocuted, Wrote a Song About It

Posted November 4

Now this is one shocking (har, har) tweet: Titus Andronicus‘ frontman Patrick Stickles took a massive electric shock to the face Wednesday, landing him in the hospital, and, it seems, inspiring a new song.

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