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’68 - ‘Two Parts Viper’

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 25 May 2017 at 15.56

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It only takes two to create chaos.

On the heels of the bewildering ‘In Humour And Sadness’, this second effort from Josh Scogin’s post-The Chariot endeavor is just as baffling, battering and brilliant as you would hope.

Injected with enough swagger and soul to compliment its raucous, uncomfortable atmosphere, the two-piece bash out sultry grooves (‘No Apologies’), jittering passion (‘What More Can I Say’) and neck-snapping intensity (‘Eventually We All Win’) by the boatload.

An album that will creep up on you time and time again, ‘Two Parts Viper’ is more evidence that all you need to incite a riot is a guitar, drums and pure attitude.  

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