There is no featured Scrub Club artist today. Instead, we are showcasing other independent artists that are kicking ass and are definitely worth your time. Please visit the musicians below to check out other hard-working, dedicated independent acts that have never needed a huge, mainstream label to make their music known:
8 Bit Weapon, who have been programming chips to do their music bidding for the last twelve years on projects bigger than you could even imagine. [California]
Adam WarRock, a comic book and pop culture addict who damn near releases an EP of music every single week. Seriously, no one stays as busy as this guy. [Tennessee]
Dan Dyer, the highly under-rated blues singer that could be one of the greatest of our time. Performs to stay alive, could give a damn about money. [Texas]
DJ Carbon, who has been a leader in just about any genre that includes turntables. Always evolving, there's no one label to classify him as a DJ. [Kansas]
Doctor Octoroc, an artist who never sleeps. Retro-style musician, king of all bead spriters, and animator to some really huge projects. [Pennsylvania]
Dual Core, the incredibly hype Nerdcore Hip Hop group made of equal parts c64 (producer) and int eighty (emcee) that has close ties to the hacking and programming communities. [Ohio]
Ghettosocks, a JUNO Nominated artist from up north, whose quirky lyricism and punchlines are always next level. Quickly gaining loyal listeners worldwide. [Nova Scotia]
Krizz Kaliko, a unique, larger-than-life (pretty much literally) rapper and heart-stopping vocalist from the Midwest who is labelmates with Tech N9ne. [Missouri]
Mac Lethal, an underground Hip Hop veteran and star of several speed rap videos you've most likely seen on YouTube. Also, a cranky Irish guy. [Missouri]
MC Frontalot, the Godfather of the Nerdcore genre and community, still at the top of his game. He is joined by a fantastic band to make a killer live show. [New York]
Random, also known as Mega Ran, is an oldschool Hip Hop cat, teacher, and Nerdcore leader. Also, he will beat that ass on any Capcom title you choose. [Arizona]
Schaffer the Darklord, a former Metal musician turned genius Nerdcore rapper, diehard performer, and Burlesque movement supporter. [New York]
Shinobi Ninja, an always humble band that rolls Punk Rock, Hip Hop, Heavy Metal, and other elements into an impressive mix for you to smoke. [New York]
Tech N9ne, a jaw-dropping cadence tactician and the catalyst behind one of the most massive forces in independent artistry, Strange Music. [Missouri]
The Protomen, a theatric, 80's style rock-and-roll opera outfit that bases their content on the Mega Man series, turning it into an epic, face-melting tale. [Tennessee]
The ThoughtCriminals, a duo of true Hip Hop heads that also happen to be real big nerds. They are backed up by a live band and always put up one hell of a show. [North Carolina]
YTCracker, the former cracker and spammer. Now a king of both Nerdcore and the internet itself. He's also been known to make a lil' LOL MONEY (MONEY LOL). [Colorado]
And now, your mission awaits:
Today, Facebook Boost Day returns! Now that the month is wrapping up, it's time to revisit and bring in the new connections that we've made together during the March of the Scrubs event. Here's what we would love for you to do:
1. Go to the official Scrub Club Records Facebook page.
2. If you haven't already, hit the "Like" button.
3. Find the little gear button to the right underneath the banner:
4. Click that, and select "Share:"
5. You are now ready to share us with the world! At the top, you'll see your options on HOW you want to share our page. Please select "On your own timeline (or profile)." If you are a member of groups that you think would enjoy us, come back and repeat this step for "In a group." If you run a business, supporter, or artist page and would like to show support, come back and repeat this step for "On your Page." Before you hit the "Share Page" button, make sure to write a note to your friends, groups, supporters, or customers so that they know what we're about before they go to the link. If you're not feeling creative, feel free to copy and pate what's shown in the image: "Scrub Club is worth checking out. They are the hardest working independent artists out there, trying to destroy greed in the industry and give the power back to musicians and listeners. And all their albums are FREE!"
6. You're all done! Hell yeah, thanks for the major help!
Awesome Extra Credit
If you're a fellow independent artist or if you run a Facebook page that runs along the same interests we do, feel free to do this to spread the word, also. Instead of selecting "Share" after clicking the gear button, select "Add To My Page's Favorites:"
And then, select which page (or pages) you would like to link up with Scrub Club:
Click on "Save," and you've earned yourself some bonus points!
True Soldier Extra Credit
Want to help us out a tenfold more? Do the above steps for your favorite Scrub Club artists as well! Follow the links below to their pages:
Dale Chase: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dale-Chase/121423977272
Emergency Pizza Party: http://www.facebook.com/emergencypizzaparty
Kabuto the Python: http://www.facebook.com/pages/KABUTO-THE-PYTHON/176556936174
King Pheenix: http://www.facebook.com/kingphee
Rob Grounds: http://www.facebook.com/btvonline
Service Lab: http://www.facebook.com/ServiceLab
Soup or Villainz: http://www.facebook.com/SoupOrVillainz
Untested Methods: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Untested-Methods/200398176654002
Street Team Extra Credit
Want to spread the Facebook page offline? We made a somewhat nerdy, somewhat mysterious QR code flyer that you can print out, cut out, and leave everywhere that might attract attention! Zelda lovers, Nintendo addicts, and curious weirdos alike will take out their smart phone, scan this code, and it will send them straight to our Facebook page! Nifty, eh? Just click on the image above or click here to download the Facebook QR code flyer.
Please note: Whether you're cutting these out yourself or making the copy shop do it – Starting in the top-left corner, you cut every 2.75 inches. This will leave you with exactly 12 square, 2.75" flyers per sheet. Spread 'em all around!
And there you have it, challenge 30 of The March of Scrubs is complete! Stay tuned for more fresh updates about other independent artists at different times today, and thank you so much for promoting. Much love to all of our Scrubby family out there!