22nd of June 2012 Update

22nd of June 2012 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
2:54    “2:54”
A Place To Bury Strangers    “Worship (Ltd. Ed. Colored Vinyl + D/L)”
Blues Control    “Valley Tangents”
Chain & The Gang    “In Cool Blood”
Circuit 7    “Video Boys”
Codeine    “Barely Real (2LP+CD)”
Dopamines, The    “Vices”
Eternal Tapestry     “Dawn In 2 Dimensions”
Futurisk    “Player Piano”
Ghost Mice    “All We Got Is Each Other”
Ilaiyaraaja    “Fire Star: Synth-Pop & Electro-Funk From Tamil Films 1985-1989”
Jukebox The Ghost    “Safe Travels (180 Gram 2LP + D/L With Bonus Material)”
Kilgour, David    “Here Come The Cars (+ D/L)”
Las Malas Amistades    “Maleza (Gatefold 2LP)”
Love Tan    “Miscellaneous Night Feelings”
Muldrow, Georgia Anne    “Seeds (Produced By Madlib; 2LP)”
No Joy    “Negaverse (/750 + D/L)”
Ruffcats, The    “The Essence Vol. 1 (Das Soloalbum Der Flo Mega Band!)”
S.F.V. Acid (SFV Acid)    “S.F.V. Acid #2”
Scheidt, Mike (Yob Guitarist/Vocalist)    “Stay Awake (Gatefold)”
Schnitzler, Conrad    “Blau (180 Gram)”
Schnitzler, Conrad    “Rot (180 Gram)”
Silver Jews    “Early Times 1990-1”
Sonic Youth    “A Thousand Leaves” 2LP
Spectrum    “The Light Is Dark Enough”
Suis La Lune    “Riala”
Various Artists    “Dabke: Sounds Of The Syrian Houran”
Various Artists    “Musique Fragile 02 (3LP, 3 Screen Printed Jackets, 3 Screen Printed Posters + D/L Ltd. /500)”
Von Oswald, Moritz Trio    “Fetch (Gatefold 2LP)”
Waterhouse, Nick    “Time’s All Gone”
Yo La Tengo    “Electr-O-Pura (120 Gram + D/L)”
Your Favorite Trainwreck    “Your Favorite Trainwreck”
Zummo, Peter    “Zummo With An X (Feat. Arthur Russell)”

Hip-Hop 12″s & LPs
Big K.R.I.T.    “ReturnOf4Eva: 3rd Coast Mississippi “
Big K.R.I.T.    “K.R.I.T. Wuz Here (Classic Mixtape Remastered + Bonus Track)”
Del The Funky Homosapien And Parallel Thought    “Attractive Sin (180 Gram Red Vinyl + D/L With Bonus Instrumentals)”
House Shoes    “The Time EP (Feat. Big Tone, Danny Brown & Jimetta Rose + Exclusive Instrumentals)”
House Shoes    “Let It Go (Feat. The Alchemist, Black Milk, Chali 2na, Guilty Simpson, Danny Brown, Med, Oh No, Roc Marciano And More + Liner Notes + D/L)”
P.O.S.    “Never Better (2LP Ltd. Ed. Clear Vinyl)”
Phonte (Little Brother)    “Charity Starts At Home (Gatefold 2LP Red Vinyl Hand Numbered Ltd. Ed.)”
Quasimoto    “Basic Instinct”
Valadez, Anthony    “Just Visiting”

Electronic 12″s & LPs
Acid Pauli    “MST”
AltarBoy    “Left Below”
Blomqvist, Jan    “Ink”
Cassegrain    “Plate EP”
Chicago Shags [Legowelt and Orgue Electronique (aka Macho Cat Garage)]    “The Family Album”
Cortex, Alex    “Oh Yeah / Oh Yeah (Tyree Cooper Remix)”
Deadmau5    “Maths”
DNTEL    “The Robag Wruhme Remixes”
Doc Daneekah    “Murdah Strings”
Dro Carey    “Leary Blips”
Fantastic Mr. Fox    “San’En EP (2×10″)”
Gacha    “Remember”
Ghosting Season    “A Muffled Sound Of Voices”
Haans, Guy    “Closer To The Peak”
Massacooramaan    “Dead Long Time EP”
Matt-U    “Wipe Em Out / Uncontrolled “
Monolake    “Plumbicon Versions II”
Paperclip People    “The Secret Tapes Of Dr. Eich (2LP 2012 Remastered Version Of Carl Craig’s 1996 Classic Ltd. Ed.)”
Pariah    “Rift / Signal Loss / Among Those Metal Trees”
San Proper    “Animal “
Submerse    “They Always Come Back EP”
Technasia    “Heart Of Flesh”
Teengirl Fantasy    “Motif / Eternal / Motif (Actress #! Remix)”
Trago, Tom    “Iris Remixes”
Various Artists    “Minutes In Ice (AnD, Blawan, Buck, Skirt…)”

Ape School    “Marijuana’s On The Phone (Pretty Neat Packaging With This One)”
Honeydrum    “Stranger Calls 7″ + Do U Party? CD”
Iron & Wine    “One More Try”
Lilith     “Return”
NOFX    “My Stepdad’s A Cop And My Stepmom’s A Domme (Home Sweet Home)”
Porcelain Raft    “Drifting In And Out”
Reptile Youth    “Black Swan / Born White”
Slapshot    “I Believe”

CDs Rock
Bloom, Kath    “Here I Am”
Horseback    “Half Blood”
Stark Raving Lulu    “Welcome To The Fun-O-Sphere!”
Yellow Stitches    “Good Times Violent Crimes”

CDs Non-Rock
Baker, Aidan & ThisQuietArmy (This Quiet Army)    “Orange”
J. Dilla    “Rebirth Of Detroit”
Killer Mike    “R.A.P. Music”


Jacaszek Glimmer

(Ghostly International)
Michal Jacaszek is a Polish musician who, for about a decade, has been composing works of the ambient/modern classical persuasion. His latest record provides a very somber, reflective experience that turns out to be an experimental, nonconformist approach to both genres. To conceive the curiously ornate, subterranean-sounding atmosphere, Jacaszek primarily relies on acoustic/orchestral strings and unpredictable electronic tweaks. For example, opener “Goldengrove” primarily consists of several different clean-sounding string instruments and a metallophone on a foundation of eerie, sensual scratch loops. “Evening Strains To Be Time’s Vast” provides the most intense onslaught of whirling noise toward the end, but for most part, the songwriting is both abstract and mellow throughout. It’s certainly a fascinating take on the ambient genre.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Pterodactyl Spills Out

(Brah Records/Jagjaguwar)
Based in Brooklyn, these guys draw from several eras for the acid-infused lo-fi psych-pop on their third record. “School Glue” kicks it off with a mix of trippy Animal Collective-reminiscent jovialness and sunny guitar noise, eventually transitioning into the blissfully surf-tinged “Searchers” (later track “The Break” is just one of several great demonstrations of the style, like Wavves experimenting with an artsier sound.) Other tracks, such as the dark, slightly spooky “The Hole Night” and slow-simmering, resonant “Zombies,” give the purest reflection of morose pop psychedelia from the 60s (it reminds me of The Beatles’ more experimental endeavors and, tying into the latter track’s title, The Zombies.) Another standout close to the style is “Allergy Shots,” which mournfully repeats the phrase “the grass isn’t greener” amidst a downtempo bass and nonstop tambourine rhythm.
[Reviewer: Mark]