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Titus Andronicus spent much of the past week Twitter-hyping an online "press conference" they'd be conducting live on YouTube. The press conference turned out to be frontman Patrick Stickles talking…   Read Story »
Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles is an intense and outspoken individual in person, as I found out when I wrote this feature about him. But there's a distinct possibility that he's even more…   Read Story »
As I learned up close and in person last year, Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles can be a prickly, challenging interview subject, but he's also a fascinating and lofty conversationalist. As…   Read Story »
We're almost (almost!) done reflecting on the year that was, so it's time to start taking a closer look at the year that will be. For the past several years, we've ranked our most anticipated albums.…   Read Story »
Patrick Stickles does not take compliments well. That's not to say he's rude or anything. When fans approach the Titus Andronicus frontman outside the Charlottesville, Virginia bar where they'll play…   Read Story »
This past weekend Portland held Musicfest NW 2013, which had a pretty sweet line-up. Many of the bands playing have been doing incredible things on the festival circuit this summer and our…   Read Story »
For anyone who wanted something bigger than the back to basics rock of Titus Andronicus' Local Business (especially after the overwhelming ambition of The Monitor) we have some good news. In a recent…   Read Story »
Doors opened at 8, but really a few minutes past, the other week in Hoboken, and the audience -- mostly young, mostly male -- drifted into Maxwell's discordantly, with the unsure babble of those…   Read Story »
Titus Andronicus are packing in the curiosities this week. Frontman Patrick Stickles is now selling his services as a singing telegram -- although, only in NYC, Long Island, NJ; whatever Westchester…   Read Story »
Local Business, the album that Titus Andronicus released last year, was a bit of a retrenchment, a return to the no-frills dude-rock that the band had been making before the all-out conceptual…   Read Story »