Rain City Ambience

Seattle-based Northwest music source established in 2005
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    1. Album Review : ’68 – In Humor And Sadness

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      For me, Josh Scogin is the renaissance man of today’s hardcore scene. He created the almighty Norma Jean and left. Depending on your tastes, you never forgave him for it, or you dug right in and embraced his next project, The Chariot. After releasing a few mediocre but totally improvised albums (seriously, their first two albums were recorded in one take), the final two records gave the band more of a mass appeal while breaking away from the initial cult following status. While in the frantic hardcore band, he released a solo alt-folk/country project A Rose, By Any Other Name, showing that yes, this screaming dragon can sing. After disbanding with The Chariot (which still shocks me), Scogin is back again fronting and manning the guitars of ’68, with former Becoming The Archetype drummer Mike McClellan behind the kit. The debut full-length In Humor And Sadness was produced by longtime friend Matt Goldman (The Devil Wears Prada, The Chariot, Underoath), and is due out July 8th.

    2. News : Moving Mountains’ Third Full Length Due September 10th

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      New York’s ambient indie band Moving Mountains has set September 10th as the release date for their upcoming self-titled. Moving Mountains will represent the band’s third full-length effort, and the second on Triple Crown Records after 2011’s Waves. The Westchester quartet teamed up with legendary producer Matt Goldman (Underoath, Copeland, The Devil Wears Prada) to , finished recording the new songs as of May 25th, and has since posted the track listing, album art, and a video teaser on the Moving Mountains website.