Photos by Keith Perks
Glitterer, the solo project of Title Fight’s Ned Russin, performed at Karl Hall in Wilkes-Barre last week. Also on the bill were Worn and Pay for Pain.
“I still feel nervous — I do for every show — but I don’t feel nervous that I don’t know what I’m doing,” Russin told Highway 81 Revisited in a recent interview. “It’s obviously not the kind of energy where people are jumping off each other. … I can tell when people are looking at their friends, unsure what they’re doing there and if I’ve lost it, and I can see when they kind of start to get it and start listening to the music, and I think that’s part of this project and part of the challenge of doing it.”
Glitterer released its first full-length album, “Looking Through The Shades,” last month on Anti- Records.