Title Fight “Hyperview” Album Review


Title Fight
Album Review by Rob Watts

Finally, a punk band that isn’t afraid to sound unpunk; perhaps defying the expectations is punk in and of itself. On Title Fight’s latest offering, the ten track length Hyperview, the quartet knocks every song in the pocket with their shimmery reverb and waves of distortion. Thursday’sNo Devolution” comes to mind when I listen to Hyperview, as it’s a big step towards musical maturity.

“Murder Your Memory”, an unconventional opener, with thick drums and slow bouncy bass lines sets the mood, but “Chlorine” hits you hard with it’s scraping guitar riffs and icy backdrop. “Hypernight” drives along nicely with its bass romps and “Your Pain is Mine Now” is full on shoegaze-dream pop.

This album folds up wonderfully into a relevant modern sounding piece of art. One of the best new albums released this year, so far!


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