When Titus Andronicus came to Cafe Bourbon Street two years back, I was impressed with the way the band translated its humongous sound to the stage. Not everything was as epic as desired because they played up their go-for-broke garage rock side and let their artier pretensions fade into the background, but all in all, solid stuff. So I expect much the same when they play at Used Kids, 1980 N. High St., tonight at 6 (preview, foo). They're touring in support of their sophomore LP, "The Monitor," out this week on XL.