After spending years co-writing songs for Q and Not U, Washington-based musician Georgie James turned his attention to solo endeavors. Recording under the name Title Tracks, James began recording demos of taut, hook-laden power-pop tunes, releasing the project’s debut album “It Was Easy,” in 2010. Making good on producing plenty of clap-happy, jangly, power-chord boppers, James has continued his scrappy plug-in-and-play aesthetic with the band’s sophomore effort, “In Blank.” On the road, Title Tracks are scheduled to perform at Strange Matter on Sunday, June 19, at 7 p.m. $8. 447-4763.
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