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Interview: ’68’s Josh Scogin on recording new EP ‘Love Is Ain’t Dead’ during a pandemic

Posted by on October 15, 2020

  Atlanta post rock duo ‘68 surprised us last month with their new EP, Love Is Ain’t Dead (order here). We caught up with guitarist/vocalist Josh Scogin to discuss recording new music during a pandemic, quarantine life, and more.   What were some challenges you faced releasing the new EP, Love Is Ain’t Dead, during a […]

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Spotify playlist: ’68’s Josh Scogin shares artists he listened to making ‘Two Parts Viper’

Posted by on April 4, 2017

This week’s Spotify playlist comes to us from ’68’s Josh Scogin. The band’s sophomore album, Two Parts Viper, will be out on Cooking Vinyl America on June 2nd. As Scogin explains, he usually listens to five artists of different genres while recording an album. He explains why he does this and the reason he went […]

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’68 are just projecting in their latest video

Posted by on November 20, 2014

You may be familiar with ’68 from them leveling The Wick at our Metal Insider 2014 CMJ showcase. The two-piece, featuring former The Chariot frontman Josh Scogin, have been touring in support of their debut, In Humor and Sadness, and have just released a video for “Track 5.” The video features Scogin and drummer Michael McLellan, […]

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Metal Insider’s CMJ Showcase conquers Brooklyn

Posted by on October 24, 2014

CMJ week, as loaded as it is with high-quality concerts and not-to-miss bands, very often presents its attendees with difficult choices about which shows have to be seen and which ones can be passed over. Wednesday night, however, offered only one option to the metal fans attending this year’s iteration of the music celebration. Everyone in […]

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CMJ Showcase Spotlight: ’68’s Josh Scogin talks his post-Chariot band

Posted by on October 16, 2014

When ’68 frontman and guitarist Josh Scogin’s last  band, The Chariot, abruptly broke up last year, many wondered what would become of its members. They didn’t have to wait that long to see what Scogin did, which was strip it down to just a two piece, re-emerging as ’68 with their debut album, In Humor […]

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Have you heard the new ’68 song yet? You’ll need a friend

Posted by on June 19, 2014

Fans of The Chariot are probably aware that former singer Josh Scogin has a new band, ’68. The new project has a self-titled album coming out in July, and the band has released a video for the song “Track Two.” Or rather, they’ve released two videos – that have to be played at the same time […]

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