Friday, March 22, 2013

22nd Of March 2013 Update

22nd Of March 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records


LPs & 12"s
Abhorer    "Upheaval Of Blasphemy" (Picture Disc + Poster + Booklet Zine)
Abhorer    "Zygotical Sabbatory Anabapt" (Picture Disc)
Beat Happening    "Beat Happening"
Belzebong    "Sonic Scapes & Weedy Grooves"
Black Bug    "Reflecting The Light"
Black Deer    "Trail Of Tears"
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club    "Specter At The Feast" (2LP Gatefold)
Body, The    "The Body (Eponymous)" (180 Gram)
Califone    "Heron King Blves"
Chrome    "Half Machine Lip Moves"
Cold War Kids    "Dear Miss Lonelyhearts" (White Sleeve Stamped And Handnumbered /500)
Cooper, Alice    "Asesino" (Fan Club Edition)
Dazzle    "In The Disco / Play It / Explain"
Deathpile    "G.R." (Green Vinyl)
Depeche Mode    "Heaven" (Single)
Depeche Mode    "Delta Machine" (Gatefold 2LP + D/L)
Dur-Dur Band    "Volume 5" (+ D/L)
Eleh    "Homage" (3LP Box Set)
Fashawn    "Boy Meets World" (2LP Produced By Exile)
Fashawn    "Champagne & Styrofoam Cups" (2LP)
Fol Chen    "The False Alarms" (+ D/L)
Gardner, Jacco    "Cabinet Of Curiosities" (+ D/L)
Horro Vacui    "In Darkness You Will Feel Alright"
Hot Snakes    "Suicide Invoice"
How Much Wood Would A Woodchuck Chuck If A Woodchuck Could Chuck Wood?    "How Much Wood Would A Woodchuck Chuck If A Woodchuck Could Chuck Wood?"
Hum    "You'd Prefer An Astronaut"
Inter Arma    "Sky Burial" (Gatefold 2LP)
Iron Mind    "Hell Split Wide Open" (Mint Green Vinyl Gatefold)
Iron Reagan    "Demo 2012"  (Green /1500)
Isengrind    "The Snowbringer Cult" (+ D/L 1/4 LP Set)
Jerusalem In My Heart    "Mo7it Al-Mo7it"
Kent, Julia    "Character" (Ex-Rasputina, Antony And The Johnsons; Ltd. Ed. + CD)
Kilt    "Santa Muerte" (+ D/L)
Kirkegaard, Jacob    "Conversion"
K-X-P (KXP)    "Easy EP"
K-X-P (KXP)    "II" (Ltd. Ed. + D/L)
Lust For Youth    "Saluting Rome"
Mercyful Fate    "Mercyful Fate (Nuns Have No Fun)" (Fan Club Edition)
Movie Star Junkies    "Son Of The Dust" (+ CD)
Mushy    "Breathless"
Nadja    "Dagdrom"
Nails    "Abandon All Life"
Natural Snow Buildings    "The Snowbringer Cult" (2LP Gatefold + D/L 3/4 LP Set)
Night Sins    "New Grave"
Nordreich    "Verschlungene Pfade"
Oh Sees, Thee    "Sucks Blood"
Okkervil River    "The Stage Names" (+ D/L)
Om    "Advaitic Dubplate" (Two Dubplates By Alpha & Omega)
Pentagram    "If The Winds Would Change" (Clear Vinyl - First Come First Serve On This; Probably Won't Be Able To Restock)
Phosphorescent    "Muchacho" (+ D/L)
Pierre, L.     "The Island Come True By L. Pierre" (Ltd. 2LP + D/L)
Pioulard, Benoit    "Hymnal"
Possessed / Desecration    "The Martyr's Wake / Cowboys In Bondage" (Picture Disc)
Prince Paul    "Psychoanalysis: What Is It?" (2LP)
Prostitutes    "Crushed Interior"
Protomartyr    "No Passion All Technique" (+ D/L)
Purling Hiss    "Water On Mars"
Raconteurs, The    "Broken Boy Soldiers"
Ramones    "Ramones" (180 Gram)
Raspberry Bulbs    "Finally Burst / Lone Gunman"
Russian Tsarlag    "Liquid Nails"
Sarcofagus    "Live In Studio 1979" (Gatefold)
Scorpion Violente    "The Rapist"
Stone Breath    "Spear Of Flame, Horse Of Air"
Strokes, The    "Comedown Machine" (180 Gram + D/L)
Swans    "My Father Will Guide Me Up A Rope To The Sky" (+ D/L)
TwinSisterMoon    "The Snowbringer Cult" (+ D/L 2/4 LP Set)
Various    "All The Breaks Vol. 3 (100 Breaks)"
Various    "The RZA Presents: Shaolin Soul Selection Volume 1 - Legendary Soul From The Vaults Of Stax Records That Inspired The Classic Sound Of The Wu-Tang Clan"
Various    "Screen Themes: Original Soundtracks And Themes"
Violence Conjugale    "Violance Conjugale"
Wavves    "Afraid Of Heights" (+ CD)
White Hex    "Heat"
Wild Belle    "Isles" (+ CD)

Electronic/Dance LPs & 12"s
65D Mavericks, The    "Estrangement Of The Past" (Clear Vinyl)
Aim    "Flight 602" (2LP)
Amit    "Acid Trip / Don't Forget Your Roots (Feat. Rani)"
Antigone    "Forbidden Galaxy EP"
Bambounou    "Full Of Feelings"
Bernadi, Marco    "Tryptych '76"
Bottin & Rodion    "One For All" (Blue Splash Vinyl)
Burial / Four Tet    "Nova"
Cocolores    "Take Your Shirt Off"
Coma    "My Orbit"
Conforce    "Time Dilation EP"
Dusk + Blackdown    "Dasaflex"
Groundislava    "Feel Me"
Infiniti    "The Remixes Part 1/3" (Clear Red)
Kryptic Minds    "Can't Sleep" (2x12" Generic Sleeve)
Kryptic Universe    "Shtum 002"
LCD Soundsystem    "Yeah" (Maxi-Single-12")
Les Sins    "Grind / Prelims"
L-Vis 1990    "Circuits"
Martyn    "Newspeak EP"
Murphy, Hakim    "Analog Schema"
Neurotic Drum Band    "Cardboard Wings" (/420)
Parrish, Theo / Carl Craig    "Falling Up"
Population One    "The Return"
Radionasty    "Clave To The Rhythm EP"
Raudive    "Obsession EP"
Rocketnumbernine And Four Tet    "Roseland / Metropolis"
Shifted    "The Cold Light [Part 2/2]"
Simoncino, Nick Anthony    "Animal"
Spooky    "Coolie Joyride EP"
Third Man, The    "Double Dawn"
Vleuten, Maarten Van Der    "Internaut EP"
Xosar    "Nite Jam"

Action Swingers    "Miserable Life / Losing My Cool"
Broken Cross    "Anti-Human Life"
Case Studies    "Villain / Dull Knife"
Civ    "All Twisted"
Coathangers, The / Nu Sensae    "Derek's Song / Throw" (+ D/L)
Dinosaur Jr.     "Now The Fall / Ricochet"
Dope Body    "Saturday"
Guided By Voices    "Trash Can Full Of Nails" (/1,000 + D/L)
Integrity    "Love Is… The Only Weapon" (+ D/L)
Rvivr    "Belebend"
Sandra Plays Electronics    "Her Needs" (Numbered Ltd. Ed.)
Sundials / Tatlins Tower    "Sundials / Tatlins Tower"
Why?    "Waterlines / The Water You Walk"

Blue    "York"
Bowie, David    "The Next Day"
Circulation Of Light    "Acheiropoeita"
Death In June    "Snow Bunker Tapes" (The Original Guitar/Totenpop Versions Of "The Peaceful Snow" Album)
Drexciya    "Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller II"
Greaves, Justin    "The Devil's Business" (Original Soundtrack)
Jerusalem In My Heart    "Mo7it Al-Mo7it"
Kinit Her    "Storm Of Radiance"
My Bloody Valentine    "MBV"
Trinity    "20 In" (Hardcase CD)
Various    "Khat Thaleth - Third Line: Initiative For The Elevation Of Public Awareness" (Arab Rap In The Wake Of Revolutions)
Virginmarys, The    "King Of Conflict"

Wax Poetics Issue 54

Cassette Tapes
Believer / Law    "Contrition"
Black Light    "Black Light"
Cannibal Movie    "Mondo Music" (C30)
Decimus    "Decimus" (A: Polydipsia B: Psittacosis)
Desastrious    "Loekr Inn Niflheim"
Eitarnora    "Murmurations"
El Michels Affair    "Enter The 37th Chamber: Music Inspired By The Wu-Tang" (Red Cassette 216/300)
Furdurke    "Furdurke"
Krid    "Krid"
Lens    "Oneiricist Dubs"
Nord    "Dood"
Nord    "Black Dimensions"
Nord    "Waarwel"
Shiny Black Mater    "Eat, Drink, And Be Merry"
Smiths, The    "The Smiths"


Youth Lagoon Wondrous Bughouse

(Fat Possum)
On his sophomore record, Boise-raised Trevor Powers once again sounds far removed from a state associated with potato fields: this time, his fuzzy, blissful and psychedelic dream-pop sounds much more colorful and busy than the mellowed-out, watching-the-clouds-go-by fantasy realm that was 2011’s The Year of Hibernation. First single “Dropla,” for example, goes straight to the playful hook and Powers’ uniquely precocious voice, repeating “you’ll never die” like a child not yet bruised by the harsh realities of life. My favorite is easily the epic five-minute “Pelican Man,” using synth, piano and drums to take off and soar with curious lyrics apparently about being haunted by past mistakes. He again uses an out-of-tune-sounding piano to its full potential in “Attic Doctor,” creating what sounds like a summer-night waltz in Toyland. It’s great that he was smart enough to expand on his sound instead of choosing to make the same thing again.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Slug Guts Playin’ in Time With the Deadbeat

(Sacred Bones)
This Australian sextet showcases a harsh, fried-out post-punk/noise-rock sound on their third album, particularly shaped by a brutal year of arrests, violence and death while on tour. Their harsh, echoed-out sound is drawn from fellow Aussie post-punk bands like The Birthday Party and feedtime, with opening track “Scum” sounding like a midnight surf jam in a rough part of town, haunted by wailing sax spirits dropping by unexpectedly. Others such as the rough pounding “Black Sports” and spooky, creeping title track further help progress the grimy-alleyway atmosphere at an exclamatory volume.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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