SMALL TOWN TITANS are “Rufflin’ Feathers” of Social Media with Ferocious New Single and Music Video!

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York, PA Heavy Rock Band SMALL TOWN TITANS are taking on the absurdity of the world’s modern social media obsession with their new single and music video, “Rufflin’ Feathers.” The fresh new single features the trio’s trademark sound with a blistering melody, driving rhythm and front-man Phillip Nathaniel Freeman’s extraordinary vocal domination.

Directed by Josh Nesmith and Ben Guiles (guitarist), “Rufflin’ Feathers” is the 5th single off of the band’s upcoming LP, The Ride, due out November 13, 2020 via AntiFragile Music.

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“‘Rufflin’ Feathers’ is a tongue-in-cheek song about the circus that is social media this year. It’s become a constant negative assault on the senses. We wrote it for those who want to drown out all of the social noise by turning their speakers up right now.” – Jonny Ross (Drums)

Click HERE to Pre-order “Rufflin’ Feathers” Online:

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The Small Town Titans are an American rock n’ roll power trio from York, PA who love to constantly create, as well as play live. Gone is the notion that a rock band should only release 10 songs at a time every 2 years. In a world where music fans crave new content constantly, the Small Town Titans aim to deliver their brand of art all of the time, drawing inspiration from a newer wave of rock bands such as Highly Suspect and Royal Blood, and rock legends such as the Foo Fighters, Audioslave, and Deep Purple. Thanks to their efforts at taking matters into their own hands, STT can create and release songs, podcasts, live online concerts, and more with no rules. In a social media driven world, STT knows releasing quality, constant content is as important as playing great live shows.

In November of 2018, the band’s cover of the Christmas song “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” went viral in a matter of days, leading to charting on various Billboard charts including Holiday Digital Song Sales, Rock Digital Song Sales, Emerging Artists, and reaching #5 on the Next Big Sound chart. The song also reached #2 on the iTunes Rock charts, only being surpassed by Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”. STT quickly found themselves achieving success, all on their own terms. As a continued unsigned act, all three members have risen to the occasion to continue to make music the way they want to, free from having to follow traditional music industry rules. By changing their mindset and focus towards creating content like many successful YouTubers, STT has made fans the old fashioned way, by word of mouth.

With no manager, label, or radio support, the Small Town Titans have managed to find success by simply never forgetting one thing, their fans, both new and old. Instead of trying to make a million fans, STT is focusing on the fans they already have, and the ones they continue to make. With a love for playing live, a Small Town Titans show has evolved into more than a concert. It’s an event, with a set list that’s decided right before the show, and plenty of stage banter in between songs. The band simply hits the stage to deliver an energy driven show using guitars, drums, and their voices. Nothing more, nothing less. This approach to their live performances has led to them sharing the stage with acts such as Highly Suspect, Papa Roach, Black Stone Cherry, Pop Evil, and more.

By focusing on their engagement on social media and managing themselves, Small Town Titans are growing like never before and having more success as a business and a brand. STT is actively forming a team of like minded individuals in the new music business who are just as driven and passionate as they are, rather than waiting to be discovered. For all things STT, visit smalltowntitans.com.

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Fanburst: a music sharing platform for artists

The best way to describe Fanburst? Think of Fanburst like a Youtube or Soundcloud –

but just for music.

fanburst-comWhat makes Fanburst ideal for artists? Unlimited uploads and downloads, no limits on anything. Fanburst also has a bunch of other features they are rolling out, and the goal is to help artists make money selling merch, concert tix, and growing their fanbase.  Sounds like a win/win.

Fanburst was built on simple philosophies: They think it’s backwards to charge artists for sharing their music.
Their goal is to help artists share music with their fans and earn a living while doing it.  Albums don’t belong on Mediafire or Zippyshare. The Internet has been an amazing place for singles, mixes, and individual recordings, but albums, EPs, and mixtapes desperately need a home, too.  The Internet doesn’t have borders, so why should music? It’s important to be able to reach all of your fans at once. All countries are equal; geoblocking hurts artists and fans.  Plays are an outdated metric. Modern artists need to be more concerned with retaining and growing their fanbase. Just like a tech company would measure “monthly active users,” we believe artists need to measure their “monthly active fans.”  Sign up here and import your music to get started.

Fanburst has tens of thousands of artists – especially independent artists. It’s a great place to get discovered and get new fans…check it out here to get started.

Amar John, “Paint Dat” 23-year-old Bronx rapper with a nimble flow

unnamed-6Bronx, New York rapper Amar John presents his new single “Paint Dat”, produced by Steven Sharp. Amar says the song is about “finding success in the midst of pressure, adversity, and internal conflicts, while maintaining composure, and motivation to persevere. It also explains how the average person in this position, with trust issues, finds balance for these negatives by focusing on things on the opposite polarity, such as drugs, jewelry, and women.” Lexibanks produced Amar’s last single “Angels & Demons” (Soundcloud).

Queensrhyce Tonight Dec 7 @RexTheater

QUEENSRYCHE Release New Music Video for “Hellfire”

On ‘Condition Human’ Headlining Tour In North America

Seattle based heavy metal icons QUEENSRYCHE are nearing the end of their ‘Condition Human’ world tour, which has now brought them back to North America on Fall a headlining run. Continuing to build on the momentum of their latest studio album, the band has released a visceral new music video for their song “Hellfire”, which spotlights the Malaysian passenger flight crisis in 2014. Speaking about the influence and subject matter for the new video, vocalist Todd La Torre states,

“‘Hellfire’ is a depiction primarily based on the tragic events surrounding the Malaysian airline flight MH17. Despite the storyline’s foundation, the lyrical and visual narrative transcends into other pertinent, global subject matters. Civil unrest, guerrilla warfare, media propaganda, and social inequalities are just some examples of the multifaceted issues marbled throughout ‘Hellfire’. A poignant illustration of an unfortunate yet timeless reality.” 

Queensryche – “Hellfire” (Official Music Video)
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QUEENSRYCHE – ‘Condition Human’ North American Fall Tour

Tuesday, December 6th – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
Wednesday, December 7th – Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theatre
Thursday, December 8th – Chesterfield, MI @ Diesel Lounge
Saturday, December 10th – Sioux City, IA @ Anthem at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Sunday, December 11th – Peoria, IL @ Limelight
Tuesday, December 13th – Omaha, NE @ The Waiting Room
Wednesday, December 14th – Overland Park, KS @ Kanza Hall
Thursday, December 15th – Colorado Springs, CO @ The Black Sheep
Friday, December 16th – West Wendover, NV @ Peppermill Hotel & Casino