‘68 “Yes, and…”

What a noisy listen! After following Scogin for over twenty years, I think this may be a parting point for me. While ‘68 has seen Josh rise to new heights and elevate his status as one of underground’s most iconic madmen, the record itself is just a struggle to get through. Scogin’s been climbing on poles, doing headstands on speaker heads and leaping as a dare devil into crowds for as long as anyone can remember. It’s no doubt he’s influenced a whole culture of chaotic dangerous frontmen that have taken the schtick to new heights. But for the auditory experience, I just didn’t get this one.

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