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6th of May 2011 Update & Reviews

6th Of May 2011 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
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Acid Mothers Temple And The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.    “Pink Candy Lemonade You’re From Inner Space (/500 + D/L)”
Alchourron, Rodolfo    “Sanata Y Clarificacion I & II”
Antlers, The    “Burst Apart (180 Gram + D/L)”
Architecture In Helsinki    “Moment Bends”
Arctic Monkeys    “Humbug (+ D/L)”
Atalobhor, Fred Fisher And His Ogiza Dance Band    “African Carnival”
Balance And Composure    “Separation”
Beauregarde    “Beauregarde”
Black Death    “Katharsis: Kalte Lieder Aus Der Holle”
Black Keys, The    “Magic Potion”
Black Keys, The    “Rubber Factory (180 Gram Ltd. Ed + D/L)”
Blu    “Her Favorite Colo(u)r”
Chapman, Michael    “The Resurrection And Revenge Of The Clayton Peacock”
Circle Of Ouroborus    “Unituli: The Dream Of Fire”
City Center    “Redeemer”
Dead Kennedys    “Bedtime For Democracy (Remastered)”
Dead Kennedys    “In God We Trust Inc. (Remastered)”
Dengue Fever    “Cannibal Courtship (+ D/L)”
Drumm, Kevin    “Imperial Distortion (3xLP)”
Eliminators, The    “Loving Explosion”
Felt    “Felt (180 Gram)”
Flaming Lips    “Heady Nuggs: The First 5 Warner Bros. Records 1992-2002 (Box Set)”
Flipper    “Love “
Foo Fighters    “Medium Rare (Yes, the one from RSD11 – We Have TWO ONLY – First Come, First Serve, No Holds)”
Former Thieves    “The Language That We Speak “
Gang Gang Dance    “Eye Contact (+ D/L)”
Ghostlimb     “Infrastructure”
Gillette    “Gillette”
Hector, Karl & The Malcouns    “Sahara Swing (Afrodelic Kraut-Funk)”
James Pants    “James Pants”
Jerusalem and the Starbaskets    “Dost”
Joan Of Arc    “Life Like (+ D/L)”
Jones, Booker T.    “The Road From Memphis (+ CD)”
Kaimbr & Kev Brown    “Alexander Green (Deluxe Ltd. Ed. LP+7″ /600)”
La Nueva Banda De Sanisteban    “Sabor A Fresa”
Lady Gaga    “Born This Way (PIC)”
Lightning Bolt    “Earthly Delights”
Lightning Bolt    “Wonderful Rainbow”
Liturgy    “Aesthetica”
Lonely Island, The    “Turtleneck & Chain (+ D/L 180 Gram)”
Madlib    “Medicine Show #1: Before The Verdict (Feat. Guilty Simpson)”
Madvillain    “Curls & All Caps”
Manchester Orchestra    “Simple Math (+ D/L)”
Master Musicians Of Bukkake    “Totem Three”
McKagan, Duff    “Duff McKagan’s Loaded (Ltd. Ed. Record Store Day) – The Taking”
Metal Movers    “Golden Trees”
Mountains    “Air Museum”
Moving Mountains    “Waves”
Neurosis    “Sovereign”
Old Man Lady Luck    “Old Man Lady Luck (Blue Vinyl /49)(Also have reg. version)”
Pentagram    “First Daze Here Too (Ltd. Ed. Colored Vinyl)”
Pickett, Wilson    “The Wicked Pickett”
Product of Waste    “You Won’t Take Me Alive”
Raveonettes, The    “In And Out Of Control (+ D/L)”
Red Fang    “Murder The Mountains (Ltd. Ed. Colored Vinyl)”
Sea and Cake, The    “The Moonlight Butterfly”
Serpent Throne    “The Battle Of Old Crow”
Sousa, Tiago    “Walden Pond’s Monk”
Tear It Up    “Nothing to Nothing”
Thao & Mirah    “Thao & Mirah (+ D/L)”
Thousands    “The Sound Of Everything (180 Gram + D/L)”
Unicorns, The    “Who Will Cut Our Hair When We’re Gone?”
Various Artists    “Sacred Bones Presents: Todo Muere Volume 1 (Moon Duo, Gary War, Trust, Pop. 1280, Cult Of Youth, Amen Dunes, Case Studies, Zola Jesus)”
Various Artists    “Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls (Origianl Motion Picture Soundtrack Ltd. Ed.)”
Various Artists    “Persian Funk (Rare Funk & Soul From Pre-Revolution Iran; + D/L)”
Viktor Vaughn    “Vaudeville Villain (Gold Edition /1500)”
Xander Harris    “I Want More Than Just Blood”
Xibalba    “Xibalba”

Electronic 12″s
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Bear In Heaven / Lindstrom & Christabelle    “Lovesick”
Burial    “Street Halo”
Colourblind / NY’s Finest    “Nothing Better / Do You Feel Me”
DJ Duke    “Love Don’t Come Easy”
DOM     “Things Change” (10″)
Joy O    “Wade In / Jels”
Kode9 And The Spaceape    “Black Sun”
Mexicans With Guns    “Ceremony”
Pantha Du Prince    “V Versions Of Black Noise (+ D/L Of XI Versions Of Black Noise)”
Zomby     “Natalia’s Song (10″)”

7″s
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A Day To Remember “All I…”
Baptists
Beady Eye (Box Set)
Dennis Coffey
Expire “Suffer The Cycle”
Flogging Molly
Raw Radar War “On A Field
Shirks, The “Cry Cry Cry”
Turnstile “Pressure To…”

CDs
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Alvarius B. “Baroque Prim…”
Church Of Misery “Vol. 1”
Feelies “Here Before”
Gang Gang Dance “Eye Contact”
Maruta “Forward Into…”
McGuire, Mark “Young Persons Guide To…”
Napalm Death “Inside The… (3xCD Set)”
Pantha Du Prince “XI Versions Of Black Noise”
Phaedra “The Sea…”
Rene Hell “Terminal Symphony”
Sea And Cake “Moonlight”
Tyler, The Creator “Goblin”
Ulver “War Of The Roses”

Book
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Fahey, John “Vampire Vultures”

Other
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NUMARK TTUSB (Back in Stock!)

Reviews
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Bane Holding This Moment LP/CD
Equal Vision Records
This album features is a compilation of 3 early Bane EP’s; “Forked Tongue,” “Free to Be, Free to Think,” and “Holding This Moment EP.” While those are all now out of print and pretty hard to come by, you can pick this up thanks to Hurry Up Records from Ireland giving it a proper release. For fans of 90s hardcore, unity, stage diving, positivity, and sound clips. If you were ever wondering why so many people have (or had) BANE sweatshirts, listen to this and you’ll know.
LP Limited to 1,000 copies over 3 different colors.
[Reviewer: Sean]


Mexicans With Guns Ceremony LP
Innovative Leisure

Though the project title is plural there is just one man behind this.  It’s a producer type record.  Mexicans With Guns is probably not the next Timbaland, though if it were up to me he would get that kind of appreciation.  Heavy latin vibes with current electronic music trend touches.  Syncopated rhythms and flowing vibrating synths.  It’s really got a singular approach by the one man behind it and it’s really cohesive which says a lot when you consider how varied the guests on the tracks are (Sasha Perera, Freddie Gibbs, Chico Mann and a few more).  This is probably my go-to summer record.
(You can read a little more about it and stream the whole thing here: Fact Mag)
[Reviewer: Rick]

Turnstile Pressure To Succeed 7″
Reaper Records

This is six songs of NYHC worship. I’m hearing Tons of Madball & Leeway, but with touches of Shelter & 108. Heavy groovey riffs & clean solos backed by moshy drum beats. Turnstile features the drummer of Trapped Under Ice on vocals. I think TUI is cheesy so I was a bit turned off at first, but this is solid!
[Reviewer: Josh]

Get Shannon & The Clams’ "Sleep Talk" here now!

Shannon & the Clams Sleep Talk

Following their supremely fun 2009 debut full-length “I Wanna Go Home,” garage/surf outfit Shannon & the Clams seem to have really grown into their sound on their new album “Sleep Talk” (1-2-3-4 Go! Records). On “Sleep Talk,” singer Shannon Shaw showcases the breadth of her vocal talents–she’s got a unique voice, and seems to be able to bend and manipulate it to make it do whatever she wants it to. Her skills are best showcased on tracks like “You Will Always Bring Me Flowers” and “Oh Louie,” where she proves she can really wail. Shaw has a strong understanding of the benefit of sometimes showing restraint and sometimes totally letting loose, and often treads the line between brassy belting and tender crooning.

Shaw is accompanied by guitarist and co-songwriter Cody Blanchard, who contributes some really great harmonizing on songs like “Done With You” and “Half Rat,” and awesome strumming all over this record. The Clams’ songs also tackle a wide variety of topics, from the serious (heartbreak, murder, and exes who are “half-rat”) to the silly (quitting the cult you’ve joined, and being the “king of the sea”). If you’re looking for the perfect album to usher in the good summer vibes, this is the one.

29th of April 2011 Update & Reviews

29th of April 2011 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
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Adele    “19”
Bataan, Joe With Los Fulanos    “King Of Latin Soul”
Bathory    “In Memory Of Quorthon 1966-2004 (Unofficial Collection)”
Bonniwell Music Machine    “Ignition (180 Gram)”
Bouncing Souls, The    “Live At Generation Records, NYC April 18, 2009 (RSD 2011)”
Combat 84    “Orders Of The Day”
Cooper, Matthew (Eluvium)    “Some Days Are Better Than Others (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)”
Crystal Stilts    “In Love With Oblivion (+ D/L)”
Deep Reduction (Deniz Tek From Radio Birdman)    “Deep Reduction (Color Vinyl)”
Deerhoof    “Friend Opportunity (Deluxe Edition)”
Diurty Beaches    “Badlands”
Dylan, Bob    “Bob Dylan In Concert: Brandeis University 1963”
Emerson, Keith    “Inferno (Original Soundtrack)”
Ensemble Economique    “Physical”
Explosions In The Sky   
“Take Care, Take Care, Take Care (Super Deluxe 2xLP)”
Family Portrait    “Family Portrait”
Fleet Foxes    “Helplessness Blues (+ D/L + Poster)”
Fresh & Onlys, The    “Secret Walls (+ D/L)”
Gang Gang Dance    “Glass Jar / Mindkilla”
GG King    “Esoteric Lore”
Go! Team, The    “Apollo Throwdown Remixes”
Guns N’ Roses    “Chinese Democracy”
Half Hearted Hero    “Running Water”
Honig, Ezekiel    “Folding In On Itself”
Husker Du    “Metal Circus”
Impaled    “The Last Gasp”
Implodes    “Black Earth”
Jordache, Pat    “Future Songs (+ Poster + CD)”
Kicking Spit    “Psychrockbullshit”
Kirby, Leyland    “Intrigue & Stuff 1”
Knife Fight     “Crisis”
Kramer, Wayne & The Pink Fairies    “Cocaine Blues: ’74-78 Recordings / Studio Tracks + Live At Dingwalls!”
La Dispute / Koji    “Never Come Undone”
Lally, Joe    “Why Should I Get Used To It (+ D/L)”
Last Round Up    “Last Round Up”
Make Do And Mend    “End Measured Mile”
Masuko, Shinji (Boredoms, DMBQ)    “Woven Music (+ D/L)”
Midlake    “Am I Going Insane (LateNightTales)”
Mob Rules    “The Donor (First LP + D/L)”
Morgoth    “Cursed”
Muse    “Black Holes And Revelations”
Neighborhood Watch    “Neighborhood Watch”
New York Dolls    “Dancing Backward In High Heels (180 Gram + D/L)”
Nite Jewel    “It Goes Through Your Head”
No Mercy    “OG No Mercy”
Parliament    “Motor Booty Affair”
Pearl Jam    “Vitalogy (180 Gram)”
Pearl Jam    “Vs. (180 Gram)”
Poly Styrene    “Generation Indigo (+ D/L)”
Pop, Iggy    “Soldier”
Pop, Iggy    “Iggy Pop (2 Record Set)”
Pulling Teeth / Irons    Irons & Pulling Teeth “Grey Savior”
Pygmylush    “OldFriends”
Religious Knives    “Smokescreen (+ D/L)”
Run With The Hunted    “Run With The Hunted”
S.O.A.    “No Policy LP”
Sepultura    “Rare Tracks ’85-’91 (Unofficial Collection)”
Shannon And The Clams    “Sleep Talk”
Sharks    “The Joys Of Living 2008-2010 (+ D/L)”
Something Fierce    “Don’t Be So Cruel”
Sparklehorse    “VIVADIXIESUBMARINETRANSMISSIONPLOT (+ 7″ + D/L)”
Stevenson, Laura & The Cans    “Sit Resist”
Still Born    Answer’s Left “Unquestioned”
Tame Impala    “Innerspeaker”
Tindersticks    “Claire Denis Film Scores 1996-2009 (Deluxe Box Set)”
Title Fight    “Shed (+ D/L)”
Tune-Yards    “Whokill”
TV Ghost    “Mass Dream (+ D/L)”
TV On The Radio    “Nine Types Of Light (180 Gram + D/L)”
Various Artists    “Network Of Friends: An Early To Mid 80s HC/Punk Compilation, Raw Noise Guaranteed! (Mob 47, Vicious Circle, Crude SS, Siege,…)”
Various Artists    “SuperSeven Sampler (NOFX, Battalion Of Saints, Ill Repute, Dr. Know…)”
Various Artists    “Groovadelia 2: 21st Century Spanish Groove Vol. 2”
Various Artists    “Iberico Jazz: Las Producciones De Antoliano Toldos 1967/1972”
Various Artists    “Cult Cargo: Salsa Boricua De Chicago (2xLP Box)”
Victims    “Killer”
Vincent, Sonny    “Semper Fidelis – 30 Years Anthology (1972-2002) (/1000)”
Violent Society    The “Complete Punk Collection”
Wiz Khalifa    “Rolling Papers (RSD11)”

Electronic 12″s
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Boddika    “2727” (2×12″)
Burial / Four Tet / Thom Yorke    “Ego (EXTREMELY LIMITED – First Come, First Serve)”
Emika    “Count Backwards”
Instra:Mental      “Resolution653 (+ D/L)”
Kode 9 & Spaceape    “Otherman”
Matthewdavid    “Outmind”
Mono/Poly    “Manifestations EP”
Murderbot, Chrissy    “Bussin Down”
Prefuse73    “The Only She Chapters (2xLP + D/L)”
Solvent    “Solvent City”
WhoMadeWho    “Knee Deep (+ CD With Bonus Tracks And Video)”
Youandewan    “Youandme (On My Mind) / Zeal”

10″s
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Black Angels, The    “Phosgene Nightmare (Ltd. Ed. B-Sides)”
Sharks “Shallow Waters”

7″s
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A Day To Remember “All I Want…”
Bad Brains “Pay To Cum”
Big Soda “Paper…”
Career Suicide “Cherry”
Carry The Torch / Signs Of Hope
Cars “Sad Song”
Choke Up “Spent”
Coke Bust “Degradation”
Colourmusic “Yes!”
Crow / See You In Hell
Dutch Uncles “Fragrant”
Earle, Justin Townes “Move…”
Elephant “Ants”
Entrance Band “I Want You”
Gaslight Anthem “Dice”
Generifus “In My Cave”
Kids Icarus
Manipulation (2nd)
Mob 47 “Karnvapen Attack”
Much Worse “Absolute Nightmare”
Naysayer “No Remorse”
Off! “Live At Generation Records”
Reignition “Epitome Of Free”
Scientists “Frantic Romantic”
Shannon & The Clams “Hunk”
Soul Search “Intolerable”
Systematic Death / See You In Hell
Title Fight “Flood Of ’72”

CDs
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Ceremony (UK) “Extended Play”
Crass “Stations Of The Crass”
Deafheaven “Roads To Judah”
Explosions In The Sky “Take Care, Take Care, Take Care”
Fleet Foxes “Helplessness Blues”
Kode 9 & Spaceape “Black Sun”
Krallice “Diotima”
Matthewdavid “Outmind”
Poly Styrene “Gen. Indigo”
Prefuse 73 “The Only She Moves”
Victims “A Dissident”

Cassettes
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Big Eyes
Girls Just Want To Have Fun “My Heart Isn’t A Place To Stay”
Tyvek (4 Different Ones, Actually)
Xander Harris “Contamination”

Book
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Cometbus: Quit…
Ignorant, Steve “Rest Is Propaganda”

Reviews
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Brain Killer Every Actual State Is Corrupt LP
(Deranged Records)
 
I’ve been trying to snag a copy of this record since it came out last month, but as soon as we open up the boxes, these get bought up almost instantly. Brain Killer is a hardcore band from Boston, MA that plays fast, crusty & extremely noisy (tons of whirling feedback!). Generally for this type of stuff I prefer a 7″ worth of material, but these dudes keep it interesting and varied through out enough where I can’t help but pay close attention. Hopefully you’ll have the privilege of being made deaf by Brain Killer in a basement somewhere soon. (FFO: Gauze, Disclose, Deathreat)
Playing in Hartford soon: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=198471190188258
[Reviewer: Josh]

Delayscape Morse Disco CD
(Anna Logue Records)

This came out late last year on a small import label dedicated to synth music (generally of a more pop variety – though not of the popular radio variety).  It’s a pretty excellent label and I may do a spotlight feature on it in the future.  For now, I’m letting you know about this excellent electro double disc set by Delayscape.  Delayscape lays down thick chunky (yes, the redundancy is necessary) synth lines with generally pulsating beats.  Elektro, even, with a Detroit techno influence.  Think of Legowelt or Drexciya or even DMX Krew. Jam.
[Reviewer: Rick]

22nd Of April 2011 Update & Reviews

22nd of April 2011 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records
You might notice that some of the Record Store Day stuff is part of this update.  Yes, that is what we have left.  In some cases we have actually acquired it after Record Store Day.  Some we even traded for with other record stores.  We tried to grab as much as we could of that stuff.  First come, first serve for any of that.  (Note about this: Store prices reflect whatever we have paid for these so some may have gone up and some may have gone down.)

LPs & 12″s
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Adkins, Hasil    “The Wild Man”
Agoraphobic Nosebleed / Despise You    “And On And On… (Despise You / Agoraphobic Nosebleed; Color Vinyl)”
Akron/Family    “ (2xLP + D/L)”
An Horse    “Walls”
Barrett, Syd    “An Introduction To Syd Barrett”
Between The Buried And Me    “The Parallax Hypersleep Dialogues”
Black Angels, The    “Another Nice Pair (Record Store Day 2011)”
Black Swan    “The Quiet Divide”
Blake, James    “James Blake (180 Gram)”
Caminiti, Evan    “When California Falls Into The Sea”
Can    “Inner Space”
Clouds    “B Chuggas May Be Logging”
Davis, Miles    “Bitches Brew (2xLP 180 Gram Re-Issue)”
Dio    “Killing The Dragon (PIC Numbered /2500)”
Discordance Axis     “The Inalienable Dreamless (Record Store Day 2011 Repress)”
Ditto, Beth (Of The Gossip)    “Beth Ditto EP”
Earth    “Angels Of Darkness, Demons Of Light (/3000 On Black, 180 Gram 2xLP W/ Etching)”
Esben And The Witch    “Chorea (Ltd. Ed. EP W/ Mogwai Remix)”
Esquerita    “Vintage Voola”
Fitzsimmons, William    “Gold In The Shadow (180 Gram)”
Gnod / White Hills    “Gnod Drop Out With White Hills II”
Gordon, Mike (Of Phish)    “Inside In”
Gorillaz    “The Fall”
Hammond, John    “So Many Roads”
Hawkins, Dale    “Daredevil”
Jones, Glenn / Black Twig Pickers    “Even To Win Is To Fail”
Killing Joke    “Absolute Dissent”
Liturgy / Oval    “Oval / Liturgy”
Manhattan Murder Mystery    “Manhattan Murder Mystery (+ D/L, Stickers, Gum)”
Mastodon    “Live At The Aragon (180 Gram + DVD)”
Menzingers, The    “Chamberlain Waits”
Micachu & The Shapes / London Sinfonietta    “Chopped & Screwed At King’s Place 01-05-10”
Mighty Clouds    “Mighty Clouds (/500 180 Gram + D/L)”
Mississippi John Hurt    “The Immortal”
Mitchell And Manley (Of Earthless & Trans Am)    “Norcal Values (+ D/L)”
Of Montreal    “The Controllersphere (180 Gram + D/L)”
Pantera    “Vulgar Display Of Power (180 Gram)”
Pepper, Dave    “The Ram Project (Paul McCartney’s 1971 Classic Re-Imagined)”
Pulse Emitter    “Spiritual Vistas”
Radiohead    “I Might Be Wrong – Live Recordings”
Residents, The    “Meet The Residents (+ D/L; Re-Issue)”
Righi, Zito… E Seu Conjunto    “Alucinolandia”
Roll The Dice    “Live In Gothenburg August 7, 2010”
Russell, Arthur    “World Of Echo”
Serpent Throne    “White Summer * Black Winter”
Silverstein    “Rescue (Color Vinyl Ltd. Ed.)”
Sonic Youth    “Whore’s Moaning (Oz ’93 Tour Edition)”
Television    “Live At The Old Waldorf, San Francisco, 6/29/78”
Times New Viking    “Dancer Equired! (+ D/L)”
Trap Them    “Darker Handcraft (+ D/L)”
Two Door Cinema Club    “Tourist History (+ D/L)”
Various Artists    “Bugalu Tropical !Gozalo! Vol. 4”
Various Artists    “The Rough Guide To Desert Blues”
Weyes Blood And The Dark Juices    “The Outside Room”

Electronic 12″s
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Pinch & Roska    “Broken / Paranormal Activity”
Ramadanman    “WooooGlut (White Label)”
Simko, Kate    “Mind On You”

10″s
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Datafreq Vs. Danellatron    “Monumental”
Job For A Cowboy    “Ruination 1”
Job For A Cowboy    “Ruination 3
Machine Head    “The Black Procession”
Mumford & Sons, Dharohar Project, Laura Marling And    “Dharohar Project, Laura Marling And Mumford & Sons”
Turner, Frank    “Rock & Roll”

7″s
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Ettinger, D. “Lion of Judah”
Wet Hair “Radiant Lines”

CDs
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Daft Punk “Tron: Legacy (O.S.T.)”
Jason Forrest “Everthing…”
Indian “Guiltless”
Pentagram “Last Rites”

Reviews
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Burn 7″
(Revelation Records)
Burn’s first seven inch was released in 1990 on Revelation Records and marked a new era for New York Hardcore. This was way ahead of its time, with unmatched drumming and difficult “90’s” riffs. This is up on my top 5 NYHC releases, and came out when Revelation was straying away from the almost formulaic (but still awesome) hardcore releases and getting into weirder stuff. Up soon after this release was the debut of Into Another, so you get what I mean.

Originally out in 1990 on Black vinyl and limited Pink vinyl (/1000), this has finally been reissued for RECORD STORE DAY. It’s now on Yellow vinyl, and limited to 1000 copies.
[Reviewer: Sean] [Note: We have a very few of these left and when they are gone they are gone for good.]

Discordance Axis The Inalienable Dreamless LP
(Record Store Day Repress On Hydra Head Records)

The name Dave Witte is what will first give you an idea of what this is.  His 2nd great grind band (Human Remains being the first).  Mathematically precise.  Honestly, this is a bench mark and I should be using this as a reference point rather than telling you what other things sound like it.  Every technical grind band that has come after owes a debt to these guys.
[Reviewer: Rick][See note about the Burn 7″.]

8th of April 2011 Update

8th of April 2011 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
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Adams, Ryan    “29 (180 Gram)”
Adams, Ryan & The Cardinals    “Jacksonville City Nights (180 Gram + Bonus Tracks)”
Annihilation Time    “II (Valu Pak Series + 7″ = Cosmic Unconciousness)”
Blut Aus Nord    “M.O.R.T.”
Burial Year    “Pesitilence”
Callahan, Bill    “Apocalypse”
Can    “Out Of Reach (180 Gram)”
Clapz II Dogz / Soul Clap    “Clapz II Dogz EP (PIC)”
Cold Cave    “Cherish The Light Years (+ D/L)”
Cosmonauts    “Cosmonauts (/500)”
Craft Spells    “Idle Labor (+ D/L)”
Crowskin / Black Freighter    “Crowskin / Black Freighter”
Cute Lepers    “Adventure Time (+ D/L)”
DJ Shadow    “The 4-Track Era Limited Edition Vinyl: Best Of The Original Productions (1990-1992)”
Feelies, The    Here Before (180 Gram + D/L)”
Fields, Lee & The Expressions    “My World: Instrumentals”
Foo Fighters    “Wasting Light (45 RPM Ed.)”
Gable    “Cute Horse Cut”
Hendrix, Jimi    “South Saturn Delta (180 Gram Rare And Previously Unreleased Recordings)”
Iguanas, The (Iggy Pop’s First Band)    “The Iguanas”
Indian    “Guiltless (Ltd. Ed. Color)”
Ken Mode    “Venerable”
Kuti, Femi    “Africa For Africa”
Low    “C’Mon (+ D/L)”
MC5    “66 Breakout”
MC5    “Kick Out The Jams (2001 180 Gram Reissue)”
Meat Puppets    “Lollipop”
Mercyful Fate    “Melissa (180 Gram Reissue)”
Mirror Mirror    “FRKWYS V5”
Misfits    “I Turned Into A Martian (Unofficial)”
Mummies, The    “Play Their Own Records! “
Nachtmystium    “Instinct: Decay (180 Gram Ltd. Ed. Coloured Vinyl)”
One Am Radio, The    “Heaven Is Attached By A Slender Thread”
Orchestre Poly-Rythmo, Le Tout-Puissant    “Cotonou Club”
Panda Bear    “Tomboy (Ltd. Ed. Clear DMM + D/L)”
Pioulard, Benoit    “Precis * Temper”
Pop, Iggy    “Nuggets (Compilation)”
Quintron    “Sucre Du Sauvage (+ D/L)”
Radio Birdman    “Zeno Beach (180 Gram)”
Rancid    “Let’s Go (PIC LP)”
Red Hot Chili Peppers    “Freaky Styley (Ltd. Ed. 180 Gram Reissue)”
Rosetta    “A Determinism Of Morality”
Ryder, Mitch    “Naked But Not Dead”
Ryder, Mitch    “Detroit With Mitch Ryder: Live At The Hill Auditorium April 1, 1972”
Ryder, Mitch    “How I Spent My Vacation”
Salome    “Terminal”
Schnitzler, Conrad    “Ballet Statique (M=Minimal)”
Shadows Of Knight, The    “Gloria”
Steppenwolf    “Their Great Hits”
Stooges    “Funhouse (PIC)”
Stooges    “Morgan Sound Studios Ypsilanti Michigan March 1973”
Stooges    “Funhouse (Gatefold)”
Stooges    The “Stooges (Gatefold)”
Stooges, Iggy & The    “10/6/73 Michigan Palace”
Stooges, Iggy & The    “Double Danger: Academy Of Music/Latin Casino – Live 1973”
Stooges, Iggy & The    “Open Up And Bleed! The Great Lost Stooges Album”
Stooges, The    “(Out-takes) Box Set (Unofficial) (/1000)”
Stooges, The    “The Stooges (PIC LP)”
Stooges, The    “Detroit Rehearsals Spring 1973”
Various Artists    “Motor City’s Burnin’ (MC5, Stooges…)”
Various Artists    “Motor City’s Burnin’ Vol. 2 (Iggy Pop & James Williamson, ? And The Mysterians…)”
Various Artists    “Princess Nicotine: Folk And Pop Sounds Of Myanmar (Burma) Vol. 1”
Victims    “A Dissident”
Vivian Girls    “Share The Joy (Deluxe Gatefold Ed. /2000 On Teal 180 Gram + D/L)”
Weedeater    “Jason… The Dragon”
Winter    “Into Darkness “
Xander Harris    “Urban Gothic”
Zomes    “Earth Grid”
Zyklon    “Disintegrate”

Electronic 12″s
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Antiserum & Ill Esea & 12th Planet    “Zephyr / Purple & Gold”
Aphex Twin    “Selected Ambient Works 85-92”
Bashmore, Julio    “Batty Knee Dance / Ribble To Amazon”
Falty DL    “You Stand Uncertain”
Ikonika    “Edits”
SCB (Scuba)    Loss / (there)

10″s
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Bouncing Souls    Complete Control Sessions
Earthlings?    Humalien
Husker Du    Metal Circus

7″s
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Bodysnatchers
Buzz “Insanity”
Dirty Beaches “True Blue”
Just Urbain “Burning”
Moondogs “Heads I Win”
Starvation “Arm” (6″)
Sundials / Spraynard
Young Identities “Positive Thinking”

CDs
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Callahan, Bill “Apocalypse”
Crystal Stilts “In Love With Oblivion”
Falty DL “You Stand Uncertain”
Foo Fighters “Wasting Light”
Panda Bear “Tomboy”
Peralta, A. “Endless Planets”
Red Fang “Murder The Mountains”
Sons Of Seasons “Magnisphyricon”
Vintersorg “Jardpulus”
Vivian Girls “Share The Joy”

Reviews
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Trust Candy Walls / Trinity 7″ 
(Sacred Bones Records)

Mastered at 45RPM, this thing is short so this review will be too.  Sweet melancholy jams with a couple extra saccharine synthesized lines.  Solid.
[Reviewer: Rick]

Vaccine Human Hatred  7” 

(Painkiller Records)

Vaccine offers up ten, fast & heavy hate-fueled straightedge powerviolence songs in just over four minutes. The opening track, “Your Life’s A Joke” takes a non sympathetic stance on drug users and perfectly captures the bands overall aggressive attitude. When I hear lines like, “DISGUSTING PIECE OF FUCKING SHIT / HAVE ANOTHER DRINK / BLOW ANOTHER LINE / LEARN TO FUCKING THINK / GROW A FUCKING SPINE”, I want to X up & run into somebody fist-first. In addition to being the bassist of this outfit, Will Killingworth also handled the recording duties at his studio, DEAD AIR. Will is a master of raw-sounding hardcore recordings. The band features members of FAILURES, GLUE, AMPERE, & RELICS.

FIRST PRESS: 621 TOTAL | 203 RED | 418 BLACK
SECOND PRESS: 522 BLACK (IDENTICAL TO FIRST)
THIRD PRESS: 292 BLACK (IDENTICAL TO FIRST)
[Reviewer: Josh]

Xander Harris Urban Gothic LP

(NNF223)

If you know me at all (I’m Rick) then you know I have an affinity for soundtracks and specifically the whole Italo-Disco HOrror variety of those (not really like American 80s films, but not necessarily not those either – catch me in the right mood).  Xander Harris (guise of a man from Texas) fills my hunger for exactly that niche.  This is actually titled as a soundtrack to an analogous horror movie with song titles to match the opening and closing credits and scenes in between.  There are moments when he vears towards EBM (samples laid in over them actually remind me of the better parts of Velvet Acid Christ [do yourself a favor and don’t research that]).  This one has actually been in my rotation for a while – he was gracious enough to send me out a CDr and tape late last year. I’m glad Not Not Fun got ahold of this and added some really nice packaging to the deal.  Looks good.  Sounds good.  
[Reviewer: Rick]