Friday, May 20, 2011

20th Of May 2011 Update

20th of May 2011 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12"s
Acephalix "Interminable Night"
Against Me! "Total Clarity"
Baldwin, Matt "Night In The Triangle"
Barn Owl "From Out Moths A Perpetual Light"
Bee Mask "Canzoni Dal Laboratorio Del Silenzio Cosmico"
Bible, Jeremy & Jason Henry "Vryashn"
Black Order "Electropolis #5 (One Base, Precious Beast, Lost Afternoon)"
Blank Dogs "Collected By Itself: 2006-2009 (+ D/L)"
Boys Next Door "What's The Storey? Live At Storey Hall RMIT Melbourne Australia December 21 1978"
Cantu-Ledesma, Jefre "Shining Skull Breath"
Clap "Have You Reached Yet?"
Coffey, Dennis "Dennis Coffey"
Colourmusic "My ________ Is Pink (+ D/L)"
Darkest Hour "The Human Romance (+ D/L)"
D'Eon // Grimes "Darkbloom"
Dietrich, Don / Ben Hall "Spitfire"
Dinner At The Thompson's "Off The Grid"
Dream Syndicate, The "The Days Of Wine And Roses (180 Gram)"
Eno, Brian "Before And After Science (Import)"
Fair, Jad "Beautiful Songs: The Best Of The Best Of Jad Fair (+ D/L For 109 Smash Hits)"
Fell, Mark "Manitutshu*"
Iceage "New Brigade (2nd Pressing On Dais)"
Jesus And Mary Chain, The "The Complete John Peel Sessions"
Jesus And Mary Chain, The "Honey's Dead (180 Gram)"
Kid Congo And The Pink Monkey Birds "Gorilla Rose (+ D/L)"
Levy, Barrington "Bounty Hunter"
Love Inks "E.S.P."
McGuire, Mark "VDSQ - Solo Acoustic Volume Two"
Moore, Thurston "Demolished Thoughts (Ltd. Ed. Colored Vinyl + D/L)"
Neud Photo "Open-Air Cinema"
Nilson, BJ "Vinyl"
No Problem "And Now This"
Nodzzz "Innings"
Obnox "I'm Bleeding Now"
Pearl Jam "Live At Melbourne Park Australia March 5 1998 (Show #126)"
Pink Reason "Sh!t In The Garden (+ D/L)"
Reinhardt, Jonas "Music For The Tactile Dome"
Rubble "The Farewell Drugs (+ D/L)"
Vampire Weekend "White Sky"
Various Artists "Bustin' Out 1984: New Wave To New Beat Volume 4 (Cabaret Voltaire, Front 242, Dub Syndicate, Skinny Puppy…)"
Various Artists "Nigeria 70: Sweet Times (Afro-Funk, Highlife & Juju From 1970s Lagos)"
Wet Hair "In Vogue Spirit"

Hip-Hop LPs & 12"s
Atmosphere "The Family Sign (Clear Vinyl + D/L)"
Celph Titled & Buckwild "Ninteen Ninety Now: The Instrumentals (+ Bonus Beats)"
Madlib "Beat Konducta Vol. 3: In India"
Zavala "The Dark Time Sunshine Vessel Instrumentals (Ltd. Ed. White Vinyl)"

Electronic LPs & 12"s
Africa HiTech "93 Million Miles (3xLP + D/L)"
Aquarius Heaven "7 Days"
Black Van "Moments Of Excellence (Feat. Holy Ghost! / Aeroplane Remix)"
Boxcutter "The Dissolve (+ D/L)"
Daedelus "Bespoke (Ltd. Ed. + D/L)"
Fidan, Tolga "We're Strangers Now"
Forrest, Jason "The Everything"
Hyetal "Broadcast (2x12")"
J:Kenzo "The Roteks / Protected"
Kitbuilders "You Trashed My Mind"
Kolombo "Waiting For / Rescue Me / Waiting For (Michael Mayer Mix)"
Laid Back Vs. Soul Clap "Cocaine Cool / The Soul Clap Remixes / Bakerman Soul Clap Edit / Instrumental Mix"
LCD Soundsystem "London Sessions"
Mark E "Stone Breaker"
Tejada, John "Unstable Condition / The Living Night"

Banana Splits, The "The Tra La La Song"
Burning Love "Don't Ever..."
Foundation "At Your Mercy"
Johnson, Syl "Myth 45s (5x7" Box)"
Sleep∞Over "Casual Diamond"
Title Fight "Flood Of '72"
Weekend "End Times"
White Fence "Harness / The Pool"

A Storm Of Light "As The Valley Of Death..."
Africa HiTech "93 Million Miles"
Allen, Tony "Afro Disco (2xCD)"
Across Tundras "Sage"
Against Me! "Total Clarity"
Blitz The Ambassador "Native Sun"
Hyetal "Broadcast"
Liturgy "Aesthetica"
Moore, Thurston "Demolished Thoughts"
Neek The Exotic & Large Professor "Still On The Hustle"
Sabi/Kiyo "71:36"
Unthanks, The "Last"
Various Artists "Brand New Wayo (+ Book)"
Various Artsts "Delta Swamp Rock (2xCD)"

Ghostride The Whip (Documentary about the Bay Area hip-hop hyphy movement sparked by Mac Dre)

Magazine & Book
Hit The Ground Stumbling (Book)
Wire #328 June 2011 (We lowered our price on this)


The Banana Splits The Tra La La Song 7"

"The Banana Splits Adventure Hour was an hour-long, packaged television program that featured both live action and animated segments. The series was produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions, and ran for 31 episodes on NBC Saturday mornings, from September 7, 1968 to September 5, 1970. The series costumes and sets were designed by Sid and Marty Krofft and the series' sponsor was Kellogg's Cereals.[1] The show was Hanna-Barbera’s initial foray into mixing live action with animation."
I honestly didn't even realize that it only had 31 episodes or that it aired in that time frame (a couple decades before I saw them). I remember them re-airing these Saturday mornings when I was a kid. I guess 31 weeks worth is enough for most of one year. I swear it seemed like a lot more. Guess not. So, this song is all about the hook ("Tra La La"). As a kid it's easy to identify with (fun repeated sounds) and easier to remember. And it starts with a food count off ("One banana, two banana, three banana, four."). So perfectly poppy rock and well, it's performed by big old muppet type characters (2 dogs, an elephant and a monkey... errr, a dog, a lion that looks like another dog, a gorilla that looks like it could also be a monkey and an elephant that would be hard to confuse for anything else). Fun!  Oh yea, and there's a song on the B-side too! Bonus! (Insert laughter and more fun.)
[Reviewer: Rick]

Defeater Empty Days & Sleepless Nights 2xLP/CD

Defeater is a hardcore band from Boston, and to no surprise are on Bridge 9 Records. What sets this band apart from other bands playing similar styles of hardcore is Defeater tells a story in each album. Each album tells a new story of a post World War II family, and their struggles coping with the war and internal struggles with family.

Empty Days & Sleepless Nights is separated into two sections: Empty Days. which is emotionally driven, sometimes technical hardcore and Sleepless Nights, which consists of four acoustic songs that finish up the album. I personally enjoy the Sleepless Nights portion of the album more, and I feel that it can appeal to a wider audience than the Empty Days portion can.

This release comes on CD, and a nice double LP gatefold package with a screened D side.
[Reviewer: Sean]

Noose It's Your Time 7"

Vegan straight-edge hardcore from Chicago. These dudes are on React! Records and sound way more akin to early 80s hardcore (SSD, Negative Approach) then they do their labelmates. The recording quality is dirty, which I love. The microphone sounds like it's buried deep down the singers throat most of the time. X-swatches, Football jerseys over hoodies, & stylish moshing.
[Reviewer: Josh]

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