A lot of Fight
In celebration of Title Fight’s new record, Hyperview, the Kingston punk-rock outfit are set to perform a toned-down set at Joe Nardone’s Gallery of Sound, 186 Mundy St., Wilkes-Barre, on Tuesday, Feb. 3. By pre-ordering the new CD ($9.99) or vinyl ($17.99, black) through the Gallery of Sound in-store or online, attendees will receive a wristband for guaranteed entry to the show. Space is limited and pre-orders are encouraged. Items will be available for pickup all day at the Mundy Street store.
Title Fight is comprised of bassist/vocalist Ned Russin, guitarist/vocalist Jamie Rhoden, guitarist Shane Moran and drummer Ben Russin.
Hyperview is Title Fight’s third album and inaugural with record label Anti- (Wilco, The Balck Keys, Mavis Staples). Recorded in the summer of 2014, Hyperview features tracks such as: “Murder Your Memory,” “Chlorine,” “Hypernight,” “Mrahc,” “Your Pain Is Mine Now,” “Rose of Sharon,” “Trace Me Onto,” “You,” “Liar’s Love,” “Dizzy” and “New Vision.”
Previous releases from Title Fight include their first full-length Shed (2011), Floral Green (2012) and Spring Songs EP (2013). Title Fight has been featured on numerous festivals like Chaos in Tejas, FYF Fest, Warped Tour, Riot Fest and Coachella. For more information, visit titlefight.tumblr.com or facebook.com/titlefight.
Give Me some Space
Greetings Scrantonians! Brian Langan and Conor McGuigan, the dynamic and dancing duo behind the Panked! dance parties, are ready get the dance floor full of cosmic sweat and out-of-this-word dance moves. Space Age Panked! takes place this Thursday, Jan. 29, at The Bog, 341 Adams Ave., Scranton. The event kicks off at 9 p.m. Robots are also welcome. As usual, there will be unique prizes and drink specials.
For more information, visit facebook.com/panked.danceparty.
Here’s what’s in my headphones this week: Primus They Can’t All Be Zingers (Interscope Records) 2006.