Friday, June 7, 2013

7th Of June 2013 Update

7th Of June 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

We are still awaiting a restock of the Daft Punk "Random Access Memories" LPs. We'll let you know when we have more. I know many stores still haven't gotten their first batch yet so let's cross our fingers for this coming week.

You might also notice that I'm continuing to slowly take inventory of our left over RSD13 items. And I'm so zany that I didn't alphabetize the sections where we got a small amount of titles. Wacky.

LPs & 12"s
Beacon    "The Ways We Separate"
Bell Witch    "Longing" (2LP Gatefold)
Big Eyes    "Almost Famous"
Bleeker, Alex And The Freaks    "How Far Away" (+ D/L)
Boards Of Canada    "Tomorrow's Harvest" (2LP Gatefold)
Bonobo    "First Fires."
Braids    "In Kind // Amends" (+ D/L)
Case Studies    "This Is Another Life" (+ D/L)
Cherry, Don    "'Mu' First Part" (180 Gram)
Classixx    "Hanging Gardens"
Cleaners From Venus    "In The Golden Autumn / Under Wartime Conditions / Songs For A Fallow Land / A Dawn Chorus" (4LP Box Set)
Close    "Getting Closer" (2LP + CD)
Cold World    "Dedicated To Babies Who Came Feet First"
Converge    "Caring & Killing: The Early Years 1991-1994" (2LP Gatefold)
Crowbar    "Obedience Thru Suffering"
Culo    "My Life Sucks And I Could Care Less"
D.I.S.    "Becoming Wrath"
Date Palms    "The Dusted Sessions"
Emika    "DVA" (2LP + D/L)
Free Time    "Free Time"
Friedberger, Eleanor    "Personal Record" (+ D/L)
Heavy, The    "The House That Dirt Built"
Hrdvsion    "I Like The Feeling You're Giving Me"
Human Eye    "4: Into Unknown" (+ D/L)
Integrity    "Suicide Black Snake" (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Itinerant Dubs    "Magic"
Jeri-Jeri (Mark Ernestus Presents)    "800% Ndagga"
Jeri-Jeri (Mark Ernestus Presents)    "Ndagga Versions"
Kid Congo And The Pink Monkey Birds    "Haunted Head" (+ D/L)
King Tubby    "King Tubby's Hometown Hi-Fi Dubplate Specials 1975-1979"
Kode9    "Uh / Ok"
Lussuria    "American Babylon" (2LP Gatefold)
Lust For Youth    "Perfect View" (+ D/L)
Man Is The Bastard / Bleeding Rectun    "Charred Remains"
Man Overboard    "Heart Attack" (+ CD)
Manipulation    "Manipulation"
Matt-U    "Frequency EP" (2x12")
Milk Music    "Beyond Living"
Misser    "Distancing" (+ CD)
Mongoloids, The    "Mongo Life"
Monitor    "Monitor" (1981 First Time On Vinyl + D/L)
Mordecai    "College Rock" (+ D/L)
MX-80 Sound    "Hard Attack" (1977 Debut Reissue + D/L)
Oblivians    "Desperation" (+ D/L)
Octo Octa    "Between Two Selves" (2LP)
Old Wounds    "From Where We Came Is Where We'll Rest" (Pink Vinyl)
P Jam    "Transcend" (NSWL015)
People Of The North    "Sub Contra" (Kid Millions & Bobby Matador Of Oneida)
Plank, Conny    "Who's That Man: A Tribute To Conny Plank" (2LP; Eno, Moebius, Roedelius, Plank, Eurythmics, D.A.F., Neu!...)
Proxima    "Thermal Vision / Valve Wars"
Real Friends    "Everyone That Dragged You Here"
Rise Against    "RPM10 Revolutions Per Minute" (+ D/L; Color Vinyl)
Roedelius Schneider    "Tiden" (180 Gram LP+CD)
Rvivr    "The Beauty Between"
Schnitzler, Conrad    "Contempora" (180 Gram)
Schnitzler, Conrad / Gregor    "Conrad & Sohn" (180 Gram)
Sick/Tired    "King Of Dirt"
Sixth Station, The    "Deep Night"
Stellar Om Source    "Joy One Mile" (+ D/L)
Thompson, Linval    "Cool Down"
Toliver, Marques    "Land Of CanAan" (180 Gram + CD)
Trees    "Sickness In"
True Head    "True Head"
Uffe    "Times All"
Vanderslice, John    "Dagger Beach"
Various    "King Bullard Version: Songs Of The BOS Label"
Various    "Interpretations On F.C. Judd"
Various    "Destination: Boogie - Classic Eighties Boogie, Soul & Electro-Funk Nuggets Selected By Joey Negro & Sean P"
Various    "Under The Influence Volume Three - A Collection Of Rare Soul And Disco Compiled By James Glass"
Various    "Ninja Tune & If Music Present: If Music Is 10" (RSD13)
Various    "The Rough Guide To Cumbia" (180 Gram)
Veils, The    "Time Stays, We Go" (Ltd. Ed. Red Vinyl + CD)
Wake, The    "A Light Far Out"
Walk The Moon    "Tightrope EP"
Walker, Charles & The Dynamites    "Love Is Only Everything" (+ D/L)
Wild Nothing    "Empty Estate"
Wild, The    "Dreams Are Maps"
Xx, The    "Jamie XX Edits"

Jaw & Kevork Keshishian    "Hazihi Laylaty"
Bombino    "Zamane Tiliade / Si Chilan"
Crenshaw, Marshall    "Stranger And Stranger" (+ D/L)
Dark Dark Dark    "What I Needed" (+ D/L)
Factory Floor    "A Wooden Box Solid Sound" (Green Vinyl + DVD)
3 Leafs    "3 Leafs"
Capacities    "There Is No Neutral"

WarXGames    "9 Trax / No Nightmare"
Jud Jud    "X THE DEMOS X"
Raw Meat    "Raw Meat"
Turnstile    "Step 2 Rhythm"

Black Host    "Life In The Sugar Cancle Mines"
Boards Of Canada    "Tomorrow's Harvest" (Artcard Edition)
Gevurah    "Necheshirion"
Gold Panda    "Half Of Where You Live"
Iron Forest    "Body Horror" (DVD Size Case Numbered/400)
Iron Tongue    "The Dogs Have Barked, The Birds Have Flown"
Liar In Wait    "Translations Of the Lost"
Merky Ace    "All Or Nothing" (Grime)
Mount Kimbie    "Cold Spring Fault Less Youth"
Pharmakon    "Abandon"

Cassette Tapes
Five Times Of Dust    "The Dadacomputer"
No    "Can You Dig It?" (Connecticut Punk Rock And Roll)
Law Of The Rope / Crown Of Bone    "Law Of The Rope / Crown Of Bone" (/200)

Cometbus #55


Coliseum Sister Faith

(Temporary Residence Ltd.)
Since forming a decade ago and going through several lineup changes, this Louisville trio has progressed from blistering hardcore to a more melodic (but still heavily rocking) alt-rock sound. Coliseum also incorporate elements of sludge and stoner metal, complete with desert rock that makes me imagine Queens of the Stone Age if they utilized a driving energy and vocal style similar to that of The Bronx. They do a great job of exploring styles from traditionally chugging metal (“Under The Blood Of The Moon”) to the storming riff-based “Black Magic Punks” (complete with whispers from just one of the album’s guest musicians: Boris singer/guitarist Wata.) One of my favorites is “Fuzzbang,” closing the album with an unexpectedly fun and infectious stoner/sludge sound (comparable to that of Torche) that melts into an almost shoegaze-style blur toward the end. 
[Reviewer: Mark]

Where We Live 

In lieu of a review from me, Rick, today I'm going to direct you to the podcast of Where We Live (WNPR, Hartford) that I appeared on today with Anthony of The Needle Drop. Check it out. We talk about a lot of new music (though we had so much more in our back pockets - you can only fit so much into an hour).

As ever, if you're viewing from a non-drivable distance please check what we have for sale (these titles and more) at

No comments:

Blog Archive