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Memorial Weekend Blowout: The Flaming Lips, Lucero & Title Fight
White Oak Music Hall
May 29 2016
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American punk rock band, Title Fight first was formed in 2003 in Kingston, Pennsylvania and is known for playing music in vein of punk acts Lifetime, Jawbreaker and Kid Dynamite, which have been influenced by rock bands like Seaweed, Saves the Day, and Knapsack. Their lineup comprises of drummer Ben Russin, guitarist Shane Moran, bassist/vocalist Ned Russin and vocalist/guitarist Jamie Rhoden. The band signed with SideOneDummy Records in early 2011, and has since toured across the US with various bands including Rise Against, Set Your Goals, Fear Year Strong, Comeback Kid, Bayside and New Found Glory. To date, their studio albums include Shed and Floral green, released in 2011 and 2012, respectively, alongside which they have released many EP’s: Spring Songs, Touche Amore, Missed 7, The Last Thing to Forget 7, Kingston 7, Erection Kid Vs. Title Fight, Light Up The Eyes, Demo ’04, Demo’05 and Down For the Count. They have been touring heavily in recent years and have established quite a reputation for giving energetic performances that make Title Fight tickets quite sought after.
When Title Fight was initially formed, they were a three piece band comprising of Rhoden, and twin brother Ben and Ned Russin. They used to play local shows in Wilkes-Barre and Kingston, PA. Their name traces itself back to an old cover of HBO showtime guide, which Ned came across in the attic when he was still a child. The band’s formation was influenced by many popular punk bands as well as the annual hardcore punk music festival, Positive Numbers Youth Crew’s Fest. In 2005, they were joined by Moran on a second guitar and soon recorded two more demos in the following years, during which they performed shows in tightly knit communities around Kingston. These also included many shows at PA YMCA Teen Center in Doylestown.
In 2007, they recorded a split on FlightPlan Records with Erection Kids, various members of which went on to become Composure and Balance. The band soon came up with the release of Kingston 7 by 2008. In the meantime they performed with Fireworks on tour and with the pop punk band Set Your Goals in the summer of 2007. This led to their being discovered by Red For Cover Records owner. The band recorded The Last Thing To Forget 7 in December 2008, with Jay Maas in Massachusetts and released in June the following year. After the release of this offering, they went on tour of the US with New Found Glory.
In the next few years, Title Fight experimented with their sound, adding elements of melodic hardcore with influences from bands like The Promise Ring, Brand New, Jawbreaker and Knapsack. In 2010, they were featured on a compilation by Triple B Records, America’s Hardcore, on which they released an all new song, Dreamcatchers. They then took another US tour with Sense Fail, Balance, Composure and Bayside, following which they joined H2O in a tour of Japan.
Title Fight artists have a strong presence in several hardcore bands based in Wilkes-Barre, most notable of which is Bad Seed that featured Jamie on bass and Shane on vocals. They were later joined by Need on bass with Jamie switching to guitar. In 2008, Bad Seed released a demo, soon after which they issued a self-titled EP on 6131 Records, playing This is Hardcore Fest, Fury and Sound. Shane, Ben and Ned also performed in straight edge band, Disengage that released an EP called Look Back in 2010, followed by a full-length album in 2011 titled Expressions. In 2012, the band released second album Floral Green, releasing the singe Head in Ceiling Fan first. The album appeared at number sixty-nine on Billboard Top 200 in October, following which they hosted a show for the record release in Pennsylvania’s Warrior Run with acts like Gray Zine, Gypsy, Tigers Jaw, and The Menzingers. They then headlined a US tour along with supporting bands Single Mothers, Whirr, Pianos Become the Teeth, and Tigers Jaws. The band is touring again these days, giving electrifying performances of real punk rock that the genre’s fans wish for, so grab some Title Fight tickets for the amazing experience.