Posts Tagged ‘’68’

  • Guest Post: Jack Murray’s top 10 albums of 2017

    Dec 24, 17 • AMPWreCked, Blogroll, Features, Interviews, Introducing, mp3's, News, Old classics, Reviews, WelcomeComments Off on Guest Post: Jack Murray’s top 10 albums of 2017
    Guest Post: Jack Murray’s top 10 albums of 2017

    Having listened to every single piece of recorded music this year (even both Gallagher albums and the new one by Nick Knowles) Jack Murray is here to provide us with his top 10 albums containing songs that he likes to listen to with his ears. Got it? Good. ...

  • Lizard Hips – Top 10 albums of 2017

    Dec 15, 17 • Blogroll, Features, Introducing, mp3's, News, Reviews, VideosComments Off on Lizard Hips – Top 10 albums of 2017
    Lizard Hips – Top 10 albums of 2017

    My top 2 will not surprise some people and it's mostly business as usual. Some returning bands and truly outstanding work all round from nearly everyone that's released an album this year that I've enjoyed. Even albums that didn't make the top ten (sorry Pissed Jeans, you're in at 11...) were stonking great. Enjoy. ...

  • ’68 – Two Parts Viper

    Jun 11, 17 • Big Amps Falling Over, Blogroll, Features, mp3's, News, ReviewsComments Off on ’68 – Two Parts Viper
    ’68 – Two Parts Viper

    When a man in a suit approaches you in a dream and tells you that you will fail if he (the man) isn't two parts viper, then I guess that's a sign, right? That's what Josh Scogin, vocalist and guitarist for improv-noise bastards '68 thinks - either that, or he needs to seriously cut down on the Twin Peaks marathons. ...

  • Ampwrecked 12: New Music For Your Ears

    Apr 11, 17 • AMPWreCked, Blogroll, Features, Introducing, Mixtapes, mp3's, News, Reviews, VideosComments Off on Ampwrecked 12: New Music For Your Ears
    Ampwrecked 12: New Music For Your Ears

    On Ampwrecked tonight, presenting the following bands doing all the hits, all the time: Mutoid Man, Le Galaxie, Brad Pot, Christian Fitness, '68, The St. Pierre Snake Invasion, HCBP and Gouge Away. Enjoy mortals, enjoy. ...

  • Holy Gold – Feral Children

    Nov 26, 16 • Blogroll, Features, Introducing, mp3's, News, ReviewsComments Off on Holy Gold – Feral Children
    Holy Gold – Feral Children

    The alumni that make up Atlanta's Holy+Gold burst forth from the metalcore bubble, with members of Norma Jean, The Glass Ocean and professional crowd-surfers, The Chariot in tow. It's a surprise then, to hear that Holy+Gold carry very little over musically from these projects, save for teasing moments of snarling hardcore fury and some fractured distortion...

  • Guest post: Jack Murray’s Top 10 Albums of 2014

    Dec 22, 14 • Features, News, ReviewsComments Off on Guest post: Jack Murray’s Top 10 Albums of 2014
    Guest post: Jack Murray’s Top 10 Albums of 2014

    Sometimes a great man comes along - a true inspiration to us all. He's suave, witty, intelligent, handsome and charming. Also, there's Jack Murray, who has selected his top 10 albums of 2014. Hey, he did it for 2012 and 2013, so there's no reason to deny him the chance of sharing his knowledge, wisdom and bark-related puns with the rest of the readers. Woof, etc...

  • Lizard Hips’ Top 10 Albums of 2014

    Dec 12, 14 • Features, News, ReviewsComments Off on Lizard Hips’ Top 10 Albums of 2014
    Lizard Hips’ Top 10 Albums of 2014

    Let's face it, there's not going to be any more good albums released this year now. Well, that's the impression that I get. I'll stop with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones puns now and crack on. Below are my top 10 albums of 2014, plus a selection of "nearly made the cut, but are still really good albums that you should listen to." Enjoy...

  • ’68 – In Humor and Sadness

    Aug 2, 14 • Features, Introducing, News, ReviewsComments Off on ’68 – In Humor and Sadness
    ’68 – In Humor and Sadness

    There's a moment on In Humor and Sadness, the début album by '68; where you can hear an amp finally giving up the ghost and power down. It just snuffs right out near the end of 04. R, cutting out in a pop-of scrawling, mangled feedback, whilst vocalist and guitarist Josh Scogin manages to strangle one last cry from it during its death rattle. ...

  • ’68 – Midnight 7″

    Jan 18, 14 • Introducing, News, ReviewsComments Off on ’68 – Midnight 7″
    ’68 – Midnight 7″

    Taking their name from a '68 Camaro that Scogin's father once owned, '68, are a somewhat departure from The Chariot's math-rock, spasmodic shape-throwing contortions. Don't think though for one minute that '68 are at the opposite end of the spectrum - the raw, jagged bruised scrape is ever present, yet in a more stripped down, ramshackle form...