Monday, January 31, 2011

Public Enemy #1 Redscroll's Got Flava

This is our friend, Tim, at Flavor Flav's chicken joint. This picture is the BEST!

Thursday, January 27, 2011

SATURDAY: Blank Dogs, The Soft Moon, and Apse in Wallingford

Saturday, January 29 · 8:00pm
Blank Dogs, The Soft Moon, and Apse in Wallingford
$8 / All Ages

Meet at Redscroll Records (for SECRET LOCATION)
24 North Colony Road
Wallingford, CT 06492
||Facebook Event Page||

 Blank Dogs
Mike Sniper (aka Blank Dogs) never meant to be one of Brooklyn’s ‘most mysterious musicians’. Things just ended up that way, as the singer/multi-instrumentali
st released a steady stream of limited singles and EPs on such reputable indie labels as Sacred Bones, HoZac and Woodsist. Not to mention’s Sniper’s own Captured Tracks imprint—a carefully-curated roster that’s grown as quickly as Blank Dogs itself, thanks to such... buzz-stirring releases as Dum Dum Girls’ debut EP and recent records by Beach Fossils, Wild Nothing and Minks.
Captured Tracks

The Soft Moon
Raised under the burning sun of the Mojave desert, Vasquez channels both his punk upbringing and Afro-Cuban heritage to sculpt decidedly dystopian soundscapes for a new generation of torn romantics. It’s a record set somewhere in the near post-apocalypse where technology enchants as much as it destroys.
Captured Tracks

Apse (pronounced /‘apps/) is a cadre of ghosts wailing into the cold New England wind. In recent years the group has channeled itself through ATP Recordings, reaching a larger audience so all can immerse themselves in its dark realms. Its sounds are heard on the tribal atmospheric swamp of Spirit, the drug-addled lo-fi montage Eras, or recently on Climb Up’s more rousing gesture toward the light. The group's live performances - often known for their unmistakable dark intensity and shamanic conjurings - are not to be missed.

I'm personally psyched on this show.  I'm excited to see Apse for the first time in a while with their latest line-up and new songs.  I'm pretty stoked on The Soft Moon album so getting to see them right now is perfect.  And Blank Dogs too!  Psyched. - Rick

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

CLOSED TODAY: Wednesday January 26, 2011

Wednesday January 26, 2011

Stay safe.  Have fun at home.

Friday, January 21, 2011

21st Of January 2011 Update

21st of January 2011 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12"s
Aethenor    "En Form For Bla"
Anderson, Marisa    "The Golden Hour"
Automelodi    "Automelodi"
Broken Bones    "Fuck You And All You Stand For!"
Carrier, The    "Blind To What Is Right"
Chrisma    "Chinese Restaurant (Re-Issue /500)"
Chrisma    "Hibernation (Re-Issue /500)"
Cleared    "Cleared"
Daughters Of The Sun    "Ghost With Chains"
Decemberists, The    "The King Is Dead (180 Gram + D/L)"
Deeep, The    "Muddy Tracks"
Ex, The    "Catch My Shoe"
Frank (Just Frank)    "The Brutal Wave"
Friedberger, Matt    "Napoleonette"
Funeral Pyre, The    "Vultures At Dawn"
Ghostface Killah     "Fishscale"
Ital    "Ital's Theme"
Japanther    "Rock 'N' Roll Ice Cream"
Josefus    "Josefus (180 Gram Re-Issue)"
Kills    "Midnight Boom"
King Diamond    "Them"
Laurel Halo    "King Felix EP"
Led_Er_Est    "Dust On Common"
Lemuria    "Pebble"
Low Threat Profile    "Low Threat Profile"
Madlib    "Madlib Medicine Show #11 (Ltd. Ed. Screened Cover + Bonus 12" Beats)"
Manley, Phil (Trans Am)    "Life Coach (+ D/L)"
Operation Ivy    "Unity:The Complete Collection"
Pearl Jam    "Live On Ten Legs"
Pist, The    "Live and Still Pist"
Queens Of The Stone Age     "Rated X"
Rage Against The Machine    "The Battle Of Los Angeles"
Sainte Catherines, The    "Fire Works"
Second Decay    "La Decadence Electronique (/500)"
Sigur Ros    "Von"
Skarhead    "Kickin' It Oldschool"
Small Black    "EP"
Soundtrack    "The Wickerman: Original Soundtrack Album"
Stick To Your Guns    "The Hope Division""
Take Offense    "Tables Will Turn"
Thank You    "Golden Worry"
Tiny Tim    "Lost & Found 1963-1974"
Unearthly Trance / Suma    "Unearthly Trance / Suma"
Various Artists    "Brand New Wayo: Funk, Fast Times & Nigerian Boogie Badness 1979-1983"
Various Artists    "Ishilan N-Tenere: Guitar Music From The Western Sahel"
Various Artists    "Might Mike Lenaberg (Eccentric Soul Numero 011)"
White Fence    "Is Growing Faith"
Wright, Willie    "Telling The Truth (Numero 038)"
Xeno & Oaklander    "Vigils"
Xeno & Oaklander    "Sentinelle"

Buyer's Remorse "A Thorough..."
No Resistance / S.S.S.P.
Social Unrest "Songs For..."
Sun Ra "Not My Home (3x7")"
Sworn In
Various Artists - Stones Throw Box Set (10x7")

Balam Acab "See Birds"
Decemberists "King Is Dead"
Electric Wizard "Black Masses"
Ex, The    "Catch My Shoe"
Ghost "Opus Eponymous"
Inquisition "Ominous Doctrines Of..."
Mitochondrian "Parasignosis"
Smith Westerns "Dye It Blonde"
Wire "Red Barked Tree"

ANP Quarterly V2 #5 (FREE)
Wire #324 February 2011
XLR8R #137 Jan/Feb 2011

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Dollar Discs

($1 CD Bins)

We have too many things for this small shop.  That's really the only reason we're doing this.  If we could hold onto back stock and not run out of room as quickly as we tend to then we'd surely hold out on these.  However, in this scenario, you win.  Sure, there is some stuff I am not sure why we have in the first place.

 There are also plenty of gems in here.  

The VSS (Feat. members of Angel Hair, The Red Sparowes, and a few more bands)

CT's own Biartz (members of Call It Arson and a bunch of other bands in the area)

This band, Medication, is not the one from CT. I actually don't know anything about this band, but I like the Medication from CT so I thought I'd mention it.

Members of Kungfu Rick went on to form HeWhoCorrupts.

And many more! (Use a big voice when reading that - go back and do it now if you need to.)

We've never done $1 CDs before and once these are gone who knows what we'll do in the future (yes, the future).  Get 'em while they're here.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011


Stay off the roads if you can.  

Hopefully, we'll be open regular hours tomorrow.

Friday, January 14, 2011

14th of January 2011 Update

14th of January 2011 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12"s
AntiProduct    "The Deafening Silence Of Grinding Gears"
Architecture In Helsinki    "Places Like This (180 Gram + D/L)"
Bassholes    "Archive Series - Vol. 7 … And Without A Name"
Bender, John    "Pop Surgery"
Black Sabbath    "Live At Hammersmith Odeon (/3000)"
Bloody Phoenix    "Death To Everyone"
British Sea Power    "Valhalla Dancehall (+ D/L)"
Broken Records    "Let Me Come Home (+ D/L)"
Cable    "Gutter Queen (Red Or Black Vinyl)"
Camera Obscura    "Horizons Of Suburbia"
Canadian Rifle    "Visibility Zero"
Caustic Christ    "Lycanthropy"
Davis, Melvin    "Detroit Soul Ambassador"
Deathly Fighter    "Completely Dusted"
Defecation    "Purity Dilution"
Disappears    "Guider"
Fall, The    "This Nation's Saving Grace (Low Price Version)"
Forstella Ford / Life Detecting Coffins    "Life Detecting Coffins / Forstella Ford"
Gadget / Phobia    "Phobia / Gadget"
Gibson Bros.     "Build A Raft"
Hands Of Cain, The    "The Only Sound"
Hot Cross    "Fair Trades And Farewells (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl)"
Hot Cross    "Risk Revival"
Iron Maiden    "Once Upon A Time: Recorded Live In Japan On Their 1981 Killer Tour"
Jack Sparrow    "Circadian P. 1"
Karate    "595"
KidCrash    "Snacks (Gatefold)"
Less Than Jake    "Greased"
Lisfrank    "Mask Rewind"
Love And Rockets    "Sorted! The Best Of Love And Rockets"
Macabre    "Human Monsters"
Nebula    "Peel Sessions [A BBC Recording]"
Oakeater / Mammifer    "Mammifer / Oakeater (Split 12" /300)"
Pixies    "Wave Of Mutilation: Best Of Pixies"
Poeme Electronique    "The Echoes Fade (/500)"
Righteous Pigs    "Live And Learn"
Silicon Scientist, The    "Poly (LP) Bookmarks II (CD) (/500)"
Sigha    "Early Morning Lights"
Skit System    "Enkel Resa Till Rannstenen"
Slang    "Life Made Me Hardcore"
Smith, Elliott    "An Introduction To… (180 Gram + D/L)"
Sodom    "Agent Orange (Re-Release Incl. Bonus Tracks)"
Stranger Station    "Echoes In Infinity"
Toll, The    "The Toll"
Various Artists    "Funky Frauleins Vol. 2: Female Beat, Groove, Funk In Germany 1968-1981"
Various Artists    "Pop Ambient 2011 (Kompakt; +CD)"

Floating Points Ensemble    "Post Suite / Almost In Profile"
Warhammer / Coffins    "Death By Metal"

Agoraphobic Nosebleed "Glue That Binds"
Aus Rotten "F#ck Nazi Sympathy"
Black September / Thou
Danzig "Who Killed Marilyn"
Desolation "Rest In Panic"
Ergs / Modern Machines "All The Hits"
Good Wife, The "The Good Wife"
Ice Nine "Nobody's Son"
Lawrence Arms "Buttsweat & Tears"
Melt Banana "Initial T."
Mixtapes / Direct Hit!
Mob 47 "Karvapen Attack"
Ramones "We Are Getting Out Of Here"
Rot Sh!t "Have You Scene Rot Sh!t"
Rot Sh!t "Your Welcome"
Shell Shock "Comics, Transformers, & Punk"
Unholy Grave "Charged CBGB"

Cage, John "How To Get"
Death In June "The Phoenix Has Risen"
Fall, The "This Nation's Saving Grace (3xCD Box Set)"
Freebass "It's A Beautiful Life"
Gravewurm "Blood Of The Pentagram"
Manson, Charles "The Prison Tapes 85"
Sargeist "Let The Devil In"
Various Artists "The Anna Logue Years: 5th Anniversary Compilation [2005-2010]"
Various Artists "Chickens In Love: An Album To Benefit 826LA"
Various Artists    "Funky Frauleins Vol. 2: Female Beat, Groove, Funk In Germany 1968-1981"

Diet Cokeheads "Pro"

Hanging Like A Hex #18 (Cheap)

Black Metal: The Music Of Satan (Ltd. Ed.)
Slices #4-10 (FREE DVD ZINE)

Thursday, January 13, 2011

2010 At Length (Rick's Favorite LPs)

2010 at Length
(Rick's Favorite LPs)

This is my list of favorite long players from 2010. As opposed to the EP list this one has some heavy hitters. There are also a few compilations on here. They are great comp's and speak to the strength of the labels that released them and that had the insight to put such collections together. As I said last year, I will say again this year: there are still things that have come out in the past year that I've yet to hear or even fully digest. This represents how I feel right now and I have no doubt that a year from now I'll still enjoy these.

Here are the LPs (Record, Download, Cassette and Compact Disc formats) that I've enjoyed the most from 2010 (alphabetical):

Black Breath "Heavy Breathing" (LORD114)
I don't use the word "rips" pretty much ever if I'm not talking about something like paper or pants or some object actually ripping.  This album rips.  Gut wrenchin', doom tinged, crusty hardcore lovin' rockin' metal.  It helped their case that Black Breath's set at Maryland Death Fest last year was one of my favorites. RIPS! 

The Body "All the Waters Of the Earth Turn To Blood" (AUM002 [LP], At A Loss [CD]) 
This 2-piece band has been around for a while (7 years?).  The first time I saw them was probably on a bill that our friend, Brian F. (Iron Hand), booked.  I've seen them countless times since.  They are an entirely crushing live band.  Walls of sound (literally - the amps are often stacked to the ceiling; picture Jamaican sound systems in halls and basements).  They've released a bunch of things (CDs, 7"s,...).  I even own a few of them.  They are good, but I honestly rarely revisit them.  This album sees The Body going all out.  There is a choir!  There's chanting.  There's lots of fun things.  It is huge.  Humongous.  This album will weigh on you in the best possible way.  It will release all of the oxygen from your lungs and drown you in its sound.  Full volume is not required, but I recommend it.  Slow, plodding, orchestrated suffocation.

Cccandy "Lonesome Berlin" (AV007 [LP Only])
 Cold wave minimal synth fuzz rock dance and chill tracks right out of Europe in the eighties.  Cccandy can keep me company in the darkest recesses.

Dead Fader "Corrupt My Examiner" (3BY3005 [CD Only])
 Label mate of Cloaks, Dead Fader is the PAL to their Winterkalte.  That is as good an analogy as I could possibly make and I realize it will be lost on many.  It's distorto-beats on the 4x4 side of things.  There is syncopation and there are some off-time happenings, but mostly, these are distorted bangers.  Also brilliant motivation to do anything fast.

Hooded Menace "Never Cross The Dead" (DOOM031 [LP], PFL057 [CD])
 Look at this cover.  Brutal, right?  Br00tal, dewd!  I honestly don't know how to write a review for this without being entirely corny.  This is the best straight up doom release this year (The Body isn't straight up doom in my opinion so it steps to the side of that comment).  I wish I could've seen them already so I could comment on that, but I'll hold out to the next Maryland Death Fest to see Hooded Menace (yes, I have my ticket).

The Present Moment "The High Road" (Self-Release [D/L], DSR010 [Ltd. CDr, Cassette])
This is the release I've hinted at that exists on this list as a download and breaks my rule about having to be a physical release to be on the year's lists.  Yes, it came out as a very limited cassette and CDr, but I didn't get either of those.  I listened to this through a digital player.  I listened to it a lot, in fact.  Before nabbing this off the internet (it's up for a very respectable "pay what you want starting at zero" price here) I was pretty stuck on listening to early Ministry on repeat.  This picked up right where that left off.  It's actually pretty varied.  There are angry loud industrial ragers and some synth-pop sensible mood tracks and variables in between.  I've caught wind of some more physical releases from this project coming down the line - keep your eyes (and ears) out. 

Salem "King Night" (IAM042)
 You've at least heard of this.  It's gotten praise and it's gotten panned.  These miscreants make music influenced by the music they grew up loving.  Screwed (and not really chopped), for sure.  Down-tempo hip-hop worshipping adventurous electronics.  This is the band that inspired a bevy of clones under the "witch house" guise (one they don't really ascribe to).  Salem make inspired music.

Umberto "From The Grave" (PERM012 [LP], SM004 [Cassette & CDr]) & "Prophecy Of The Black Widow" (NNF212 [LP], SM020 [Cassette])

 Umberto is Matt Hill (also associated with Expo70).  With this project he explores the world of the giallo soundtrack; the world of Goblin (see: Gatekeeper summaries from my favorite EPs of 2010).  This is just really well done Italian Horror Disco.  These were both released in 2010 and are both worth revelling in. Revel.

Various Artists "Bangs & Works Vol. 1" (ZIQ290)
Juke! If you were to tell me you were into footwork tracks long before Planet Mu put out this compilation I would have a hard time believing you (there are a few people I know that might be exceptions).  Planet Mu put out a few juke 12"s and a full length (by DJ Nate) this past year (in fact, if this comp. didn't come out I very likely would have put that DJ Nate album on this list).  When I heard this it was similar to the first time I heard a punk song as a kid.  "Where has this been all these years and how can I hear more?"  "Bangs & Works" gave me that answer I was looking for.

Various Artists "Future Bass" (SJR234)
It's 2011.  We're now fully engulfed the Information Age.  Things move at the speed of those tubes called the internet (that is a joke-like way of saying it, yes).  Musical movements come on in the blink of an eye (witch house) and can leave in that same blink.  Dubstep begot funky and wonky and whatever else myriad other micro-genres.  Frankly, I still just put it all under the simple dubstep umbrella still.  There's a million types of metal too, but it's all metal.  So, why not call all these things dubstep.  I do.  Soul Jazz just calls it Future Bass.  Actually, they call this compilation "Future Bass."  That side-steps the issue completely.  Bravo.  Let's just mash out on the dance floor of the future.

Various Artists "Shangaan Electro: New Wave Dance Music From South Africa" (HJR052)
 Remember what I said about footwork tracks and if you said you'd been a fan for a while?  Well, that goes tenfold for some Shangaan electro.  A huge thank you to Honest Jon's Records for bringing these hyped up afro-beats with some fun production to my ears.  Thanks for inspiring many fun nights of dancing without inhibition with a few friends.  (Also notable: Father Manganyi "Ndzi Teke Riendzo" - a singular approach to Shangaan electro by a pastor on the more mellow side.)

That's that for my favorites of last year.  And if you're curious about the availability of any of these at the shop, please do ask. 

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

January 12, 2011 CLOSED

We're closed today - 1/12/11.
We're temporarily relocated to this place (below) if you can find it.  Hint: Use cross-country skis or a sled.
 Stay safe.  Have fun.

Monday, January 10, 2011

2010 in Short (Rick's Favorite EPs)

2010 in Short
(Rick's Favorite EPs)

All right.  I've gone ahead and done-did-ed it.  I made a list of things that I enjoyed heavily in 2010.  This year I've split it up into EPs and LPs (shorties and longies).  By the way, I still heartily endorse my year end picks of 2009 (click if you want to check those).  That post also came with an intro about how I don't consider this definitive and if it didn't come out on a physical format then it's most likely out of luck (made luck).  That applies just the same this time around - however there is one exception you'll read in the LPs list.  In 2009 I put a numbered order on them.  I'm not doing that this year.  They are alphabetical this time around. 

Here are the EPs (12" and 7" format) that I've enjoyed the most from 2010 (alphabetical):

Balam Acab "See Birds" (TRI ANGLE 01)
I was looking forward to this one before it came out and since it's come out I've listened to it a whole lot.  It's good.  Down-tempo internet beats (all sounds found on the internet).  It's just a completely serene wash of sounds.  Get blissed with Balam Acab.

Gatekeeper "Giza" (ME034V)
I really really like sound track jams.  Goblin, right?  Sure, but so much more.  Gatekeeper takes that Italian Disco Horror sound and gets a little spacey with it.  This EP actually has videos for each track and they even released it as a VHS (kitschy, for sure).

Gatekeeper "Optimus Maximus" (FRIGHT 001)
Yes, they released two big EPs this year.  Had they released a full-length it probably would have landed on the LP list for the year.   The title track on this one is what sold me on the band.  If you haven't heard these guys yet and you want to know what they sound like - go here.

Greatest Hits - Danse Pop (OESB-702)

I have a bit of a sweet tooth when it comes to both food and music.  This is basically as sugary and dance-able as it gets.  "Stop & Go" could be on repeat for the duration of a weekly commute and I'd be happy.  Actually, this whole 7" could be more effective than one of those light boxes when it comes to fighting seasonal affective disorder.  Besides, the band is named Greatest Hits (video link). 

Hypnotic Brass Ensemble "Heritage" (CCEP001)
 I think the greatest musical group I've ever personally been a part of was my middle school marching band.  We traveled a bunch and even did a ... what the hell am I talking about that for?  We sucked compared to this.  Not even the same stratosphere.  This is like the end scene of Drumline level of good (I could watch that scene a good 1000 times more through my life and probably 1000 times beyond that).  Hypnotic Brass Ensemble have that hip-hop swagger brass and drums. 

Maria & The Mirrors "Omar" (PLR09)
 Take that tribal drum sound and introduce it to some heavy bass lines and a nice hefty dose of the most adventurous side of dark wave.  Maria & The Mirrors make intricate rhythms, chanting and noise arranged for a deep skull massage.

oOoOO "oOoOO" (TRI ANGLE 02)
This was another one that I'd been waiting for since a bit before it was actually released.  It's another on Tri Angle Records.  It's also fairly down-tempo, but this one has a darker aesthetic and plays like some slowed down freestyle jams.  oOoOO (I'm told it's pronounced simply as "O") make sweet sweet freestyle jams of doom.

Puerto Rico Flowers "4" (FDR013) & "2" (FDR021

These are together, yes.  "4" is a 12" consisting of 4 songs.  "2" is a 7" that came out months later consisting of 2 songs.  Puerto Rico Flowers do melancholic Joy Division worshiping rock well. 

Arthur Russell & The Flying Hearts Featuring Allen Ginsberg "Ballad Of The Lights" (PPMTEN-002)
 Some things sound exactly like you'd expect.  This is basically that.  It just hit me when I heard it, finally.  This is, of course, an old recording unearthed and released this year.  I also wouldn't recommend this as an introduction to Arthur Russell's material, but for fans this is a definite must-hear/own.

That's that for my favorite EPs of last year.  Favorite LPs will be coming within the next couple days.  If you're curious about the availability of any of these at the shop, please do ask. 

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Redscroll Stickers Around the World

Redscroll Stickers Around the World
Hey, have you seen a Redscroll sticker in some place fun or maybe in a place far far away?  Have you seen one that has become so much a part of the environment that you'd be jarred if it wasn't there anymore?  Take a picture of it and send it to us! (Emailing is the preferred way of bringing it to our attention.) Thanks to Sean L. and Sean C. for doing this for us in the past (latest one being very recent past).  Anyone not named Sean is also welcome to do this ;)  New sticker or old sticker design - we'd like to see them all.
[This picture was sent by Sean C. - the campus of UCONN, Storrs.]

Friday, January 7, 2011

Friday Jan. 7, 2011: CLOSING AT 5PM

We're closing at 5PM tonight.  Be safe, everyone.  Check back tomorrow about any possible hour changes for the coming day.

7th Of January 2011 Update

7th of January 2011 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12"s
Acid Witch    "Stoned (Orange)"
Bianchi, Maurizio    "M.B. Plays The Clockwork Orange"
Black Sabbath    "Vol. 4 (NEMS Re-Issue)"
BLKOUT    "Total Depravity"
Cage The Elephant    "Thank You Happy Birthday"
Cake    "Showroom Of Compassion (180 Gram Red Vinyl Ltd. Ed.)"
Cheifs    "Holly-West Crisis"
Cock Sparrer    "Two Monkeys"
Crucified    "Coldest Winter"
Cymande    "Second Time Round (180 Gram Re-Issue)"
Dark Angel    "Leave Scars (180 Gram Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl Re-Issue)"
Darkstar    "Gold"
Electric Wizard    "Black Masses (IMPORT: Rise Above)"
Flaming Lips, The    "Oh My Gawd!!!... The Flaming Lips (Ltd. Ed. Re-Issue)"
Flaming Lips, The    "Telepathic Surgery (Ltd. Ed. Re-Issue)"
Gnod / A Middle Sex    "Gnod / A Middle Sex (Split LP)"
Greymachine    "Disconnected"
Hawkwind    "The Text Of Festival (Hawkwind Live 1970-2)"
Hendrix, Jimi    "Blues (The Authorized Hendrix Family Edition)"
Jack's Mannequin    "Everything In Transit (5-Year Anniversary Ed.)"
Josefus    "Dead Man (Re-Issue)"
Minus The Bear    "Planet Of Ice"
Moritz Von Oswald Trio / Digital Mystikz    "Restructure 2"
Morrissey    "Bona Drag (2010 Edition; Remastered And Expanded 20th Anniversary Ed.)"
Mr. Oizo    "Moustache (Half A Scissor) (Ltd. Ed. + D/L)"
Mudhoney    "Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge (+ D/L)"
Pan American    "For Waiting, For Chasing"
Plant, Robert    "Band Of Joy (180 Gram 2xLP)"
Red Rack 'Em    "Picnic"
Refused    "Songs To Fan The Flames Of Discontent (Re-Issue)"
Salvation    "Mortality Interactions"
Scientist    "Scientist Launches Dubstep Into Outer Space (Original Dubstep Mixes)"
Siriusmo    "Feromonikon"
Sodom    "In War And Pieces (Ltd. Ed. Bloodred Vinyl)"
Soft Boys, The    "A Can Of Bees (180 Gram + D/L Of 9 Rare & Unreleased Tracks)"
Soft Boys, The    "Underwater Moonlight (180 Gram + D/L Of 30 Rare & Unreleased Tracks)"
SQRM    "Rodeo"
Strokes, The    "First Impressions Of Earth"
Tapes 'N Tapes    "Outside (+ D/L)"
Thou    "Summit"
U.S. Christmas    "Run Thick In The Night (Ltd. Ed. Colored)"
Various Artists    "Sitar Beat! Indian Style Heavy Funk Vol. II"
Various Artists    "Street And Gangland Rhythms: Beats And Improvisations By Six Boys In Trouble (Collected And Edited By E. Richard Sorenson)"
Various Artists    "Raw Trax For Smooth People"
Vvarqt    "Than On Eother And You Have O Answers"
West, Kanye    "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (3xLP, Art, Poster)"
Witchfinder General    "Friends Of Hell (180 Gram Ltd. Ed. Colored Re-Issue)"

Bouncing Souls / How Water Music
Noisear / The Arson Project
Panda Bear "Last Night At The Jetty"

An*l C*nt "F#ckin' A"
Blackdeath "Katharsis"
Dragged Into Sunlight "Hatred..."
Foetus "Love"
Grouper / Montgomery (Split)
Hawkwind "Space Ritual (2CD)"
Hawkwind "Space Ritual V.2 (2CD)"
Index "Black/Red/Yesterday"
J Dilla "Yancey: Timeless"
Lemuria "Pebble"
Meads Of Asphodel "Murder Of Jesus The Jew"
Sailors With Wax Wings "Sailors With Wax Wings"
Shackleton "Fabric 55: Shackleton"
Sodom "In War & Pieces (2CD Digipack)"
Tapes 'N Tapes "Outside"

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