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Right now, Titus Andronicus and the So So Glos are on the so-called "Bring Back The Dudes" tour, bringing sweaty and messy punk-rock singalongs to bars across this great nation. And both bands came…   Read Story »
Earlier this month, the charmingly monikered triple-guitar Nashville punk monster Diarrhea Planet played at the Brooklyn DIY venue Shea Stadium. And at the show, their friend and frequent tourmate…   Read Story »
Three years ago at SXSW, I saw Titus Andronicus and Free Energy play back-to-back. Both bands wrecked shop, but my favorite thing about the show was the way Titus stayed to watch Free Energy, taking…   Read Story »
Well, the fun is officially over -- Fun Fun Fun Fest 2012 concluded yesterday with sets from Fucked Up, Japandroids, Deerhoof, Ceremony, Fang Island, Turbonegro, A Place To Bury Strangers, and like…   Read Story »
On one wall in my apartment, I have two things hanging: On the left is a large American flag that covers most of the wall, so big it took two people to hang up when we moved in. To the right of the…   Read Story »
Nice job this week, video directors! There were definitely too many good videos this week. I don't know how I didn't manage to find room for the A Place To Bury Strangers video where toys melt and…   Read Story »
The video for "In A Big City," the rousing lead single from Titus Andronicus's not-The Monitor-but-still-great new album Local Business, depicts frontman Patrick Stickles as a scowling solitary…   Read Story »
Local Business, the third album from conceptual and ambitious Jersey punks Titus Andronicus, might not quite reach the dizzy heights of The Monitor, their last album, but it's already starting to…   Read Story »
We've already heard first single "In A Big City," and now Titus Andronicus are letting us hear another song from their pretty great album Local Business. The sprawling, bar-rocking "Still Life With…   Read Story »
Titus Andronicus could really give a fuck about degree of difficulty. Here's how we know that Titus are one of our finest working bands: They can record an album of jaunty singalong beer-punk anthems…   Read Story »