30th of November 2012 Update

30th of November 2012 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Addison Groove    “I Go Boom – DJ Rasad & Doc Daneeka Remixes”
Ben, Jorge    “Forca Bruta” (180 Gram)
Blakey, Art    “Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers: Moanin'”
Blkout    “Total Depravity”
Caspian    “You Are The Conductor”
Clouds    “Tannhauser Acid Works I”
Commodo    “Buckwild / Axis”
Container    “LP (2)”
Crushed Butler    “Uncrushed” (Fan Club)
Davis, Miles    “Live-Evil”
Deal With It    “Eyiafjallalokill”
Dirty Projectors    “About To Die”
Dixon, Jack    “E / Find Shelter”
Down    “Threefold Live: Diary Of A Mad Band” (Trifold Gatefold
Drake, Nick    “Demo Collection” Volume 2 (fan club)
Drake, Nick    “Demo Collection” Volume 1 (fan club)
Efterklang    “Magic Chairs” (+ D/L)
Factory Floor    “Remix Series 2”
Flaming Lips, The    “Oh My Gawd!!!…” (Clear Vinyl Ltd. Ed.)
Forma    “Off/On”
Gengras, M. Geddes    “Test Leads” (+ D/L)
Gibson, Daughn    “All Hell”
Graveyard    “LightsOut” (Ltd. Black Marble Vinyl)
Hecker, Tim / Daniel Lopatin    “Instrumental Tourist” (Ltd. Numbered /2,000 + D/L)
Hirsute Pursuit     “Boyd Keeps Swinging (Feat. Boyd Rice)”
Hubble Bubble    “Faking” (Fan Club)
Hubble Bubble    “Hubble Bubble” (Fan Club)
J.B.’s, The (The JB’s)    “Doing It To Death” (180 Gram German Press)
Jayson Brothers    “Monster Box / All My Life”
Joker    “Old Era”
Karthala 72    “Diable Du Feu”
Konkoma    “Remixed” (Ltd. Ed. Single Series + D/L)
Kumbia Queers    “Pecados Tropicales”
Kylesa    “From The Vaults Vol. 1” (Colored Vinyl Ltd. Ed. /250 + D/L)
Lady Gaga    “The Fame”
Lapalux    “When You’re Gone” (+ D/L)
Louvin Brothers, The    “Satan Is Real”
Mala    “Stand Against War / Maintain Thru Madness”
Mammifer / Pyramids    “Mammifer: Sophia, Tica Noc / Pyramids: This One Is For Everyone”
Milk ‘N’ Cookies    “Milk ‘N’ Cookies” (Fan Club 2LP)
Minaj, Nicki    “Pink Friday”
Moore, Steve    “Primitive Neural Pathways”
Morrissey    “Reader Meet Author” (Fan Club)
Mummies, The     “Tales From The Crypt” (fan club)
Necros    “Necros” (fan club)
Nurse With Wound    “Drunk With The Old Man Of The Mountains”
OBN IIIs    “OBN IIIs” (+ D/L)
Oneohtrix Point Never    “Returnal”
Pedro The Lion    “Achilles Heel” (+ D/L)
Prodigy    “The Fat Of The Land”
Prodigy    “The Added Fat EP” (Major Lazer, Noisia, Zeds Dead, Alvin Risk)
Radio City    “Radio City: Recorded 1977-1980 New York” (Class of ’77) (Fan Club)
Rage Against The Machine    “Rage Against The Machine: 20th Anniversary Edition Remastered Picture Disc”
Randomer    “We Laugh, We Scream / Nar / Freak Dub”
Raxola    “Raxola” (Fan Club)
Rites Wild    “Ways Of Being”
Roger, Franck    “Take You Up”
Sabbath Assembly    “Ye Are Gods” (Gatefold)
Scott, Simon    “Bunny” (+ D/L With Bonus Material)
Scuba    “A Mutual Antipathy” (2LP)
Scuba    “Triangulation” (3LP)
Sharrock, Sonny    “Black Woman” (180 Gram)
Sigha    “Living With Ghosts” (2LP)
Smashing Pumpkins    “Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness” (4LP 180 Gram + 2 Books)
Smiths, The    “Hatful Of Hollow”
Smiths, The    “Barbarism Begins At Home” (fan club)
Sonic Youth    “Rather Ripped”
Starkey    “Orbits” (2LP + D/L)
Stereolab    “Refried Ectoplasm [Switched On Volume 2]”
Thelema    “Hearing The Light” (+ CD)
Times New Viking, The    “The New Times New Viking EP Over & Over” (+ D/L)
TMSV    “Stress / Lost” (10″)
Various    “Death Might Be Your Santa Claus: Sermons, Music, Blues, Jazz, Gospel And Devotionals” (RSD Black Friday Title)
Various    “Diablos Del Ritmo 1975-1985 Part 1: The Colombian Melting Pot (Afrobeat, Palenque Sounds, Terapia, Lumbalu, Caribbean Funk)” (2LP Gatefold)
Various    “Diablos Del Ritmo 1960-1983 Part 2: The Colombian Melting Pot (Puya, Porro, Gaita, Cumbiamba, Mapale, Chande, Descarga)”(2LP Gatefold)
Watain    “Sworn To The Dark” (+ D/L)
XX, The    “XX” (+ D/L)
Y0ga (Yoga)    “Skinwalker” (+ D/L)
Yva Las Vegass    “I Was Born In A Place Of Sunshine And The Smell Of Ripe Mangoes”
Zoltan    “First Stage Zoltan” (Ltd. Ed.)

20/20    “Going”
Asobi Seksu / Boris    “Asobi Seksu X Boris Split EP” “Farewell X Neu Years” (+ D/L With Extras)
Authorities    “Soundtrack For Trouble”
Indians    “Cakelakers”
L.S.D.    “Destroy”
Lanegan, Mark Covers Karen Dalton    “Same Old Man”
Malefice    “Overboard”
Necros    “Sex Drive”
Sutekh Hexen    “Shadows” (+ Patch)
Victims    “I’m Flipped Out”

Aluk Todolo    “Occult Rock”
Bell Witch    “Longing”
Black Keys, The    “El Camino”
Converge    “Jane Doe”
Forgetters    “Forgetters”
Gaslamp Killer, The    “Breakthrough”
Head Of The Demon    “Head Of The Demon”
Isis    “Temporal” (2xCD + DVD)
Sabbath Assembly    “Ye Are Gods” (Gnostic Hymns)
Squarepusher    “Ufabulum” (Digipack)
Talabot, John    “Fin (Special Edition)”
Theologian    “The Chasms Of My Heart” (DVD Size Case)
Twin Shadow    “Confess”
Valley Of Fear    “Valley Of Fear”
Various    “Death Might Be Your Santa Claus” (Blues, Gospel)
X-TG (Peter Christopherson, Chris Carter, Cosey Fanni Tutti)    “Desertshore / The Final Report” (2CD Deluxe Digipack)

Patrick Lundbord “Psychedelia: An Ancient Culture, A Modern Way Of Life”


Matt & Kim Lightning

(Fader Label)
I first learned of this jubilant indie-pop duo upon discovering their 2009 stripping-nude-in-Times-Square music video “Lessons Learned.” Since that proved their awesomeness, I checked out the rest of their music and was impressed. Their charismatic duality beams throughout their upbeat music, with Matt Johnson optimism-filled voice and keyboard backed by Kim Schifino’s energetic drumming. Their fourth album Lightning is another great addition to their catalogue, particularly for demonstrating their versatility with so few instruments. Johnson kicks it off by singing about feeling free to say whatever he wants on the starry-eyed opener “Let’s Go.” The high-speed chiptune-esque “Overexposed” is another excellent standout, with a reference to screaming and shouting, even if the world doesn’t listen. “Tonight” is another favorite as well, focusing on living for the moment without wasting time worrying about what tomorrow brings.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Evangelista In Animal Tongue

Born in New York City and currently based in Los Angeles, vocalist-guitarist-composer Carla Bozulich has been recording music since 1982. On the latest album from her Evangelista project, she creates a particularly dark experiment of guitar strumming, uncompromising sampler sounds and, most memorably, her uniquely emphatic voice.
Her complex imagery sets the mood for opener “Artificial Lamb,” which is primarily backed by Sam Mickens’ spacey guitar strumming. The foreboding title track is certainly another standout, with a sound that rises like smoke amidst eerie references to feral life and religion. On “Die Alone” – the only track with every sound created by Bozulich – she creates a creepy, minimalist sound with her mournful voice backed by little more than shimmering, punctuated percussion and ghostly electronic sounds. It feels like being lost in some sort of surreal forest at night, particularly with “Tunnel To The Stars” using doubled-up vocals and a swirling, dissonant multi-string foundation, and the unpredictable “Hatching” going all out with a particularly frightening atmosphere comprised of many layers of very loosely-structured, varied instrument noises and tweaks.
[Reviewer: Mark]