Friday, June 8, 2012

8th of June 2012 Update

8th of June 2012 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12"s
Bags, The    "All Bagged Up: The Collected Works 1977-1980"
Blunt, Dean & Inga Copeland (Dean Blunt & Inga Copeland; Hype Williams)        "Black Is Beautiful: Ebony"
Brian Jonestown Massacre, The        "Their Satanic Majesties' Second Request (180 Gram 2LP Gatefold)"
Brown Sugar    "Brown Sugar Sings Of Birds And Racism"
Bukkake Boys    "Bukkake Boys"
DNTEL    "Aimlessness (+ CD)"
Evil Moisture    "Goo"
Future Of The Left    "Curses (Ltd. Ed. Heavy Vinyl)"
Halo, Laurel    "Quarantine"
Heavy Blanket (J Mascis And His Stoner Buddies)        "Heavy Blanket"
Hive Dwellers, The    "Hewn From The Wilderness"
Hot Chip    "In Our Heads (2LP + D/L)"
Hot Water Music        "Exister"
In My Eyes    "Nothing To Hide (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl + D/L)"
Iron Man    "Black Night"
J/B/M (JBM)    "Stray Ashes(+ D/L)"
Japandroids    "Celebration Rock (180 Gram White Vinyl + 20 Page Booklet + D/L)"
Lamb, Alan; Bradbury, Garry; Burraston, David; Ambarchi, Oren; Fox, Robin    "The WIRED Lab: WIRED Open Day 2009 (Gatefold 2LP)"
Le Bon, Cate    "CYRK (Ltd. Ed. White Vinyl + D/L)"
Miles, Wymond    "Under The Pale Moon (+ D/L; Guitarist Of Fresh & Onlys)"
Motion City Soundtrack       "Go (+ CD)"
Mum    "Yesterday Was Dramatic - Today Is OK (2012 Reissue 2LP Gatefold)"
Mum    "Early Birds: A Compilation Of Early Recordings, Rare Music And Forgotten Songs From "1998-2000 Or Thereabouts. (2012 Reissue 2LP Gatefold + 16 Page Booklet + D/L)
Octo Octa    "Oh Love"
Piche, Jean    "Heliograms"
Plankton Wat (Dewey Mahood Of Eternal Tapestry)        "Spirits "
POP ETC        "POP ETC (+ D/L)"
Russian Tsarlag        "Midnight At Mary's House"
Spectrum    "Soul Kiss (Glide Divine) (180 Gram)"
Stereo Total    "Cactus Versus Brezel (+ Poster + CD)"
Susanna     "Wild Dog"
Tallest Man On Earth, The    "There's No Leaving Now (+ D/L)" [First 5 copies we have come with a bonus 7"]
Tortoise    "Millions Now Living Will Never Die (2012 Reissue)"
Tucker, Alexander    "Third Mouth"
TV Buddhas    "Band In The Modern World"
Various Artists        "Eat The Dream: Gnawa Musica From Essaouira"
Various Artists        "Electric Psychedelic Sitar Headswirlers Vol. 1 (Gatefold 2LP)"
Wet Hair    "Spill Into Atmosphere"
When Tigers Fight     "Death Songs"
Whips/Chains (Members Of Coliseum, Xerxes, Black God)        "Master/Slave (+ D/L)"
Whitman, Keith Fullerton    "Occlusions; Real-Time Music For Hybrid Digital-Analogue Modular Synthesizer"
Womack, Bobby    "The Bravest Man In The Universe (+ D/L)"
Young, The    "Dub Egg (+ D/L)"
Your Demise    "The Golden Age (180 Gram Color Vinyl, Gatefold)"

Hip-Hop 12"s & LPs
Banks, Azealia        "1991"
SPVCXXGHXZTPVRRP (Spaceghostpurrp; Raider Klan)        "Mysterious Phonk: The Chronicles Of Spvcxxghxztpvrrp (+ D/L)"

Electronic 12"s & LPs
Buzzin10    "Basement Mood / String Ting / Buzzin Twelve"
Clubroot    "Scars / Hellion"
Dro Carey    "Journey With The Heavy"
DVA    "Pretty Ugly (2LP)"
Ernestus, Mark        "Jeri-Jeri With Mbene Diatta Seck: Xale / Xale Rhythm / Daguagne"
Fanciulli, Mark        "Sacrifice"
Flight Facilities    "With You Feat. Grovesnor"
Four Tet    "Jupiters"
Gemmy        "Tales Of The Deep EP"
Harmonious Thelonious        "Ting Tong EP"
Hundred In The Hands, The    "Red Night (2LP Gatefold)"
Hunee        "Tide / Minnoch"
Kryptic Minds        "Aksum / When Two Paths Cross"
McKay, Harvey        "Pressure"
Modeselektor        "Modeselektion Vol.02 EP"
Parker, Mike        "Thermo"
Peralta, Austin / Sun Ra    "Views Of Saturn Vol. 2"
Robag Wruhme    "Leistenhans Zwo EP."
SBTRKT        "Hold On Featuring Sampha (Holographic Sleeve!)"
Unknown Artist        "Untitled *UNHOERBAR - UHB06"
Various Production    "I'm Really Hot"
Visioneers    "Hipology (2LP)"

Beautiful Ones, The    "Birth Of Desire"
Bridge And Tunnel    "Homecoming & Mixed/Media/Messages"
California X    "Sucker / Mummy"
Citizen / Turnover    "Citizen /// Turnover"
Double Negative (-/-)        "Hits"
Obey The Brave        "Ups And Downs"
Self Defense Family    "Self Immolation Family / World Virgins (+ D/L)"
Self Inflicted   "On Your Own"
Sense Field    "Beautiful, Beautiful"
Sense Field      "Fun Never Ends (/2000)"
Sense Field / Onelinedrawing    "Sensefield / Onelinedrawing"
White Guilt    "White Guilt"


Mount Carmel Real Women
 (Siltbreeze)[Buy Online from RSR]
This Columbus, Ohio trio sounds like they’re straight out of a dusty, sweltering barroom in the late 60s or early 70s: that’s how pure their brand of blues-rock sounds, right down to the guitar tuning and analog distortion. On their second record, they further refine their sound with just the right amount of roughness thanks to the twang-heavy guitar, high-energy drumming and spirited vocals. They’d fit the bill excellently with bands like ZZ Top, Humble Pie and The Allman Brothers Band; more recently, The Black Crowes and The White Stripes come to mind. The lyrical laments sound very genuine, such as dealing with the difficulty of finding “Real Women,” as well as the desire to “Be Somebody” else.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Sigur Rós Valtari
 (Parlophone) [Buy Online from RSR]
Once again, Iceland’s best-known ambient/post-rock quartet serves up an absolutely gorgeous record that sounds like it was extracted straight from their dreams. Like bassist Georg Hólm said in an interview, the album really does sound more electronic-based than some previous work; the synth, strings, piano and added choral vocals all make it feel like swimming through an endless realm of hauntingly beautiful subconscious thoughts. I have to admit that I have a weakness for this style: I love getting lost in these arrangements. For example, the first single “Ekki múkk” sounds nostalgic to an otherworldly degree thanks to its nuanced orchestral strings, drawn-out deep piano and comfortably beautiful vocals from Jónsi Birgisson. All of these elements come together to paint atmospheres that will vary for everyone – I envision late-day sunlight in a massive autumnal forest when I hear “Varúð;” one of several tracks (including “Ekki múkk,” undoubtedly) that really makes an out-of-tune-sounding piano’s resonance sound unbelievably intimate. Another highlight for me is “Dauðalogn,” which sounds like a wonder-filled ode to shimmering galaxies that stretch on forever.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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