Friday, November 4, 2011

4th Of November 2011 Update

4th Of November 2011 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

We added a CLEARANCE RACK! About 100 or so LPs marked down (many below cost) to make room.  We are constantly running out of room!

LPs & 12"s
Alaric "Alaric"
Animals As Leaders "Weightless (180 Gram + D/L; Die-cut Sleeve)"
Burial Hex "Actaeon/Iron Fist"
Craft "Void (Gatefold 2LP)"
Daybreaker "The Northbound Trains EP (+ D/L)"
Dieb13 / Gustafsson / Siewert "(Fake) The Facts"
Dream Affair "Endless Days"
Far East Family Band "Nipponjin: Join Our Mental Phase Sound (180 Gram)"
Ferraro, James "Multitopia"
Florence + The Machine "Ceremonials (180 Gram)"
Gallagher's, Noel High Flying Birds "Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds (Heavyweight Vinyl)"
Girl In A Coma "Exits & All The Rest (+ CD)"
Gudnadottir, Hildur "Without Sinking (2LP)"
Heavy Times "Jacker"
His Electro Blue Voice "Wolf/Worm"
Hive Mind "Elemental Disgrace"
Holiday Shores "New Masses For Squaw Peak (+ D/L)"
Human Eye "Fragments Of The Universe Nurse"
In Trance 95 "Cities Of Steel And Neon"
Indignant Senility "Consecration Of The Whipstain (2LP)"
Kashmere Stage Band "Texas Thunder Soul 1968-1974 (Expanded Deluxe 3LP+DVD)"
King Dude "Tonight's Special Death"
La Roux "Quicksand / In For The Kill (Includes Skream Remix)"
Leo, Ted "Ted Leo 5-10-2011 Live At Third Man"
Like A Stunt Man "YOY (180 Gram + D/L)"
Little Dragon "Machine Dreams"
Little Dragon "Ritual Union"
Lucky Luke "Travelling For A Living (Ltd. Ed. + D/L)"
Lustmord "Zoetrope: The Original Soundtrack Expanded & Revised (2LP)"
Lustmord "The Monstrous Soul (With Adi Newton; 2LP)"
Mcneill, Lloyd Quartet (Lloyd Mcneil Quartet) "Washington Suite (Special Edition /1000)"
Noothgrush "Live For Nothing (Live At KZSU / Live At KFJC)"
Olivia Tremor Control, The "Dusk At Cubist Castle (Music From The Unrealized Film Script; 2LP Reissue)"
Olivia Tremor Control, The "Black Foliage: Animation Music Volume One (2LP Reissue)"
Oneohtrix Point Never "Replica (/1000)"
Other Lives "Tamer Animals (180 Gram + CD)"
Owen "Ghost Town (180 Gram + D/L)"
Pas De Deux "Cardiocleptomanie"
Perry, Lee "Scratch" "The Return Of Pipecock Jackxon"
Pink Playground "Destination Ecstasy (Ltd. Ed. + D/L)"
Pulp "Different Class (180 Gram)"
Qluster (Cluster) "Rufen (180 Gram + D/L)"
Quilt "Quilt (Ltd. Ed. + D/L)"
Rebolledo "Super Vato (2LP + CD + Postersticker)"
Ritter, Josh "Golden Age Of Radio (Ltd. Ed. + CD Including Bonus Tracks)"
Roberts, Luke "Big Bells And Dime Songs (+ D/L)"
Roedelius Schneider "Stunden (180 Gram + D/L)"
Russian Circles "Empros"
Stereo Total "Underwater Love: A Pink Musical (Special Edition /500)"
Sultan, Mark "Whenever I Want (+ D/L)"
Sultan, Mark "Whatever I Want (+ D/L)"
Sykes, Jesse & The Sweet Hereafter "Marble Son (+ CD)"
Sykes, Jesse & The Sweet Hereafter "Like Love & Lust: The Open Halls Of The Soul"
Sympathy Nervous "Automaticism (Clear Vinyl)"
Teenage Panzerkorps, Der "Kauf Nicht Von TPK"
Television Personalities "They Could Have Been Bigger than The Beatles (1972) [RiSe]"
Television Personalities "The Painted Word (1972)"
Throbbing Gristle "The Second Annual Report Of Throbbing Gristle Recorded During The Year Ending September 3rd 1977 "
Tickley Feather "Hors D'Oeuvres (+ D/L)"
True Widow "I.N.O. E.P."
Various Artists "Guitar Mood 2: More Rare Instrumentals From The New And Olde Worlds"
Various Artists "Orgelvark: En Stadig Samling Svensk Syntmusik (1986) [Minimal Wave]"
Various Artists "Fac Dance: Factory Records 12" Mixes & Rarities 1980-1987"
Various Artists "A Greater Administration Of Lower Interests (Carsten Jost, Lawrence)"
Waits, Tom "Franks Wild Years: Un Operachi Romantico In Two Acts (180 Gram)"
Wax Idols "No Future"
Webb, TK "TK Webb (Ltd. Ed. + D/L)"
White Denim "White Denim 4-1-2011 Live At Third Man"

Electronic LPs & 12"s
Alias G "Delite Tonite / Pulsate"
AnD "Non Compliant / Reverberate / Molecular Deconstruction"
Anstam "Dispel Dances"
Author "The City / Teacher"
Banton, Solo "Music Addict EP"
Black Samurai "Information Critic (Ft. Daddy Freddy & The Ragga Twins)"
Bogdan Irkuk (A.K.A. Bulgari) "The Thracian EP (W/ Prins Thomas)"
Brackles "Spider / Take Me Home"
Buraka Som Sistema "Komba"
Burns, Willie "Willie Burns"
Dettmann, Marcel "Translation"
Distal "Angry Acid / French Science"
DJ Food "Magpies, Maps And Moons: Songs For Stolen Moments"
Dro Carey "Cancy Red / Hungry Horse"
Dubmatix "Clash Of The Titans: The System Shakedown Remixes"
Dusty Kid (Dustykid) "Polybolo / Argia (Popof Remix)"
Ernestus, Mark / Konono "Masikulu"
Greene, Jacque "Greene 01 (10")"
Justice "Audio, Video, Disco. (+ D/L)"
King Midas Sound "Goodbye Girl"
Kito & Reija Lee "Sweet Talk"
Knwledge "Klouds"
Kuedo "Severant (+ D/L)"
L-Vis 1990 "Lost In Love"
Machinedrum "Let It (Feat. Melo-X)"
MAM "MAM Edits"
Midnight Magic "Drop Me A Line"
Mosca "Done Me Wrong / Bax"
OneAuff (One Auff) "Heavy Heady"
Planetary Assault Systems "The Messenger (2x12")"
Pole "Waldgeschichten"
Quantax "Cinematics/Who Needs Attack (10")"
Robot Koch "The Other Side (2XLP)"
Samoyed "Spit EP (Spit/Maybe Yes) (10")"
Sante And Lorber "Rootdown / You Know"
Slugabed "Sun Too Bright Turn It Off"
Stingray Enters The Unknown "The Sadist EP"
Sully "Toffee Apple (10")"
Thelem "Lucid Dream"
Trentemoller "Reworked/Remixed (2x12")"
Vakula "Saturday Remixes (Deetron, Jeff Sharel, Legowelt, Fudge Fingas)"
Various Artists "Surreal Estate EP (XI, Distal, Sepalcure, Kuru & UFO!, DJG, Bravo & Teeko)"
Various Artists "RDY#6"
Various Artists "Ghettoteknitianz E.P. (DJ Rashad & Gant-Man, DJ Earl, Traxman)"
Walton "Aggy / Mangled Riddim / 808 Vybzin / Skrilla"
Willie Burns "Willie Burns = House (I'm Gonna Get You / Windows Down / Waste Your Time / Another Night)"
XXXY "Kerpow / Down Wit U"
XXXY / IKE Release "XXXY / IKE Release"

Hip-Hop 12"s & LPs
Black Milk "Black Milk 4-8-2011 Live At Third Man"
Jordan, Geno "You're A Peachtree Freak On Peachtree Street"
M.E.D. "Classic (2LP)"
M.E.D. "Classic (3LP Album & Instrumentals)"

Best Coast "When I'm With You"
Karen Elson "Vicious"
Front Bottoms "The Beers"
Grave Babies "Pleasures"
Insane Clown Posse (With Jeff The Brotherhood and Jack White) "Leck Mich..."
Oberhafer "Gotta Go"
Purity Ring / Braids
Yorke, Thom/Modeselektor "Ship..."

Animals As Leaders "Weightless"
Cloaks "Versions Grain"
Damu "Unity"
Fishbone "Crazy Glue"
Four Tet "FabricLive 59"
Patton, Mike "Solitude Of.."

Backyard The Movie (CD/DVD)

Baker, S. "Studio One Covers"
"Art Of Worms" (Tapeworm)


Anthony Pappalardo & Max G. Morton Live... Suburbia Book 
(Powerhouse Books)
Last Saturday, we were hit with a freak snow storm that sent trees crashing down onto power lines causing most of the state to be without electricity. my house and Redscroll were both luckily spared. When I woke up Sunday morning, I had a few free hours to myself thanks to the nor'easter so, I reached for my new copy of "Live...Suburbia". Through personal essays and collected color photos, authors Anthony Pappalardo (In My Eyes, Radio Silence) and Max G. Morton (Heartworm) set a tone for what growing up as part of a subculture in the suburban landscape of the 1980s was like. A pre-internet era, where people couldn't just "google" anything that was foreign to them. Where you had to dig deep and be patient if you wanted to get outside the box and not end up a fucking norm. I recommend that you flip through the book first, just look at the pictures, transport yourself back in time, then start into the essays.
[Reviewer: Josh]

Planetary Assault Systems The Messenger 2x12"
(Ostgut Ton/Kompakt)
I've recently been getting some heavy nostalgia for the late 90s/early 00s and specificaly the maximalist feel that came along with that time; barrages of sensory overload. The Digital Hardcore Records label (Alec Empire of Atari Teenage Riot's baby) was great for that.  Industrial Strength records just turned 20 (I went to the 20th anniversary party and enjoyed it).  Draw back a bit from those approaches (the in-your-face non-stop thumping approach) and you'd find acts like Zipperspy who were more adventurous with maximalism; drawing into a more experimentalist slant while not losing the rhythm behind it.  Mash Up Soundsystem was good for that approach too; breakcore on a more adventurous journey (not relying on gangster movie samples and 808s for instance).  Planetary Assault Systems is perhaps a modern take on that (maybe it's a stretch for anyone but me to see it this way; then again, I'm the author here so what I say goes).  Mix in the Modern Love camp (Andy Stott, Demdike Stare, Claro Intelecto...) and make it a bit hyper. Minimal maximalism?  Take the ride.  Syncopation in afro-centric rhythms while not completely full (leaving some tasteful spaces to realize how silly you look dancing to this; we all look silly dancing no matter how skilled -> fact). I should put this on 45 RPM and really get a workout going.  See ya. 
[Reviewer: Rick]

Purity Ring / Braids Belispeak / Peach Wedding 7"
(Fat Possum)
Yo, you like girls singing all demure-like over some off-beat mostly electronic business?  So do I?  Did you get that free Labyrinth Ear release a while ago? No, you should get that here.  So sickeningly sweet and dreamy, but without any twangy guitar rattling or straight-forward drumming weighing it down (I'm serious). Thank you Twin Peaks for influencing so many people to just slow down and take care and party. Slow it down to 33 1/3 and get extra syrupy and it's still good (at that speed they actually sound like they could be the same band). I listened to this probably more times on the wrong speed. I admit it. Try it. 
[Reviewer: Rick]

Yacht Shangri-La CD/LP
Right from the get-go, it’s clear that there’s something peculiar about this disco-sounding electropop/dance-punk album. The promo copy’s description tells the listener that the disc “contains information key to the building of a new utopia.” It kicks off with the super-danceable “Utopia,” pulsing with a sunny city-of-the-future vibe before the polar opposite “Dystopia;” a slower, funkier and obviously bleaker track with vocals that are still delivered with similar emphasis. The meanings behind the messages are up for debate; I know it’s been quoted in several reviews already, but lyrics like "I love you like a small-town cop/ Yeah, I wanna smash your face in with a rock” play a significant role in understanding just what YACHT is conveying. Instead of brainless euphoria, it sounds like a form of self-awareness in which they acknowledge that they want to try and enjoy life in a very imperfect world. It would make for a very unique night of club dancing. 
[Reviewer: Mark]

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