26th of May 2013 Update

26th of May 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records


LPs & 12″s
A Tribe Called Quest    “Beats, Rhymes And Life”
Addison Groove / Die    “Keyhole”
Amao, Teo Laura    “El Sonido De La Carretera Central – Con El Rey De La Guitarra Teo Laura”
Art Ensemble Of Chicago    “A.A.C.M, Great Black Music Reese And The Smooth Ones” (180 Gram)
At The Drive-In    “Acrobatic Tenement”
A-Trak    “Tuna Melt EP”
Beirut    “Gular Orkestar”
Bibio    “Silver Wilkinson”
Boogie Down Productions     “Man & His Music”
Buck65    “Situation”
Burning Star Core    “Challenger”
Coasta    “Sunzal” (White Vinyl)
Come    “Eleven:Eleven” (The Deluxe Edition; 2LP + 7″)
Corsano, Chris / Bill Orcutt    “The Raw And The Cooked”
Coyote Clean Up    “2 Hot 2 Wait”
Crow44    “Crow44”
Deafheaven    “Sunbather”
Dirty Beaches    “Drifters / Love Is The Devil” (+ D/L)
Durag Dynasty    “360 Waves” (Planet Asia, Tristate, Killer Ben; + D/L With Instrumentals)
Earthling    “Dark Path”
Ernestus, Mark    “Bamba”
Ernestus, Mark    “Gawlo”
Ex, The & Brass Unbound    “Enormous Door”
Flynt, Henry    “Graduation”
Fresh & Onlys, The    “Play It Strange” (+ D/L)
Frightened Rabbit    “Sing The Greys” (+ D/L)
Futurebirds    “Baba Yaga” (2LP)
Glass Pyramid    “Glass Pyramid; Unreleased Demos”
Glimpse    “True South EP”
Gotye    “Like Drawing Blood” (+ D/L)
Hanni El Khatib    “Head In The Dirt”
Her Voice Over Boys (HVOB)    “Always Like This”
Highness    “Hold” (Orange 180 Gram)
Houle, Marc / Miss Kittin    “Where Is Kittin?”
Hounds Of Hate    “Hounds Of Hate”
Hyetal    “Northwest Passage”
Incendiary    “Cost Of Living”
Integrity    “Systems Overload” (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl + Poster + D/L)
Itadi    “Itadi: Watch Your Life Ibakubuele Mam Dodzi…” (180 Gram Deluxe Ed. Ltd.)
Lanegan, Mark / Duke Garwood    “Black Pudding”
Loma Prieta    “I.V.”
Lynn, Loretta    “Van Lear Rose”
Machinedrum    “Sacred Frequency”
Majical Cloudz    “Impersonator” (+ D/L)
Marciano, Roc    “Marcberg Beats” (Just The Beats)
Marriage    “For Brotzmann” (+ D/L)
Martinez, Cliff    “Drive: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (180 gram Mondo version)
Midnight Juggernauts    “Memorium”
Miles    “Unsecured”
Minor Threat    “Minor Threat” (Yellow Cover + D/L)
Mirror People    “Kaleidoscope” (Yellow)
Moire    “Never Sleep”
Mungo’s Hi Fi    “Dubplate Master”
National, The    “Trouble Will Find Me” (2LP + D/L)
Niblett, Scout    “It’s Up To Emma”
Nice, Paul    “Drum Library Vol. 4”
Nice, Paul    “Drum Library Vol. 1”
Om    “Gethsemane Dubplate By Alpha & Omega”
Pratt, Jessica    “Jessica Pratt”
Pye Corner Audio    “Superstitious Century” (Yellow Numbered)
Red Hare    “Nites Of Midnite” (Color Vinyl + D/L; Members Of Swiz, Fury, Dag Nasty, Bluetip)
Rilo Kiley    “Rkives” (Unreleased, B-Sides & Rarities + D/L)
Roberts, John    “Fences” (2LP)
Royal-T    “I Know You Want Me”
Rudimentary Peni    “Pope Adrian 37th Psychristiatric” (Remastered 180 Gram Gatefold 16 Page Booklet + Poster + D/L)
SBTRKT / Objekt    “SBJEKT#01”
Screature    “Screature”
She & Him    “Volume 3” (180 Gram Ltd. Ed. Blue Vinyl + D/L)
Shepp, Archie    “Live At The Panafrican Festival”
Shock    “The Fucker / Dr. Smegmatic”
Sic Alps    “She’s On Top”
Some Stranger    “Some Stranger” (Debut EP /500 + D/L)
Source Family, The    “Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack: The Source Family”
Standish / Carlyon    “Deleted Scenes” (+ D/L)
Stars Of The Lid    “Avec Laudenum”
Truth / Yayne    “Devil’s Hands / I Belong”
Tucker, Martine    “Broken Hearted Dragonflies: Insect Electronica From Southeast Asia”
Vangelis    “Blade Runner” (Ltd. Ed. 180 Gram Remastered 2013)
Various    “International Breaks 101: Rare Breaks From Around The Globe”
Various    “Yellow Machines: Mayan EP”
Various    “The Legendary Studio One Records Original Classic Recordings 1963-80”
Violent Reaction    “City Streets”
Vondelpark    “California Analog Dream: Robag Wruhme Remixes”
Whitman, Keith Fullerton    “Antithesis”
You.    “Brick”


Alabama Shakes    “Be Mine” (Third Man Live)
Andriano, Dan    “Dan Andriano In The Emergency Room”
Cash, Johnny    “Get Rhythm / I Walk The Line”
Creative Adult    “Dead Air”
Dead Weather, The    “Treat Me Like Your Mother”
Down To Nothing    “Greetings From Richmond, Virginia” (White)
Fake Problems / You Blew It!    “Fake Problems / You Blew It!”
Hell Beach    “Ocean Floor” (Third Man Live)
Most Precious Blood    “Demo”
Mudhoney / Gas Huffer    “You Stupid Asshole / Knife Manual”
Mum    “Toothwheel”
Novice, The    “What You Want / Your Crime”
People’s Temple, The    “Never More” (Third Man Live)
Prisonaires    “Baby Please / Just Walkin’ In The Rain”
Promised Land    “Yes You Can” (Third Man Live)
Thomas Jr., Rufus “Hound Dog”    “Bear Cat / Walking In The Rain”
Tigers Jaw / The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die / Code Orange Kids / Self Defense Family    “Tigers Jaw / The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die / Code Orange Kids / Self Defense Family”
Ttotals    “Spectrums Of Light” (Mastered At Sonic Boom)
Virgins, The    “Prima Materia”
Warbrain / Minus    “Warbrain / Minus”
Written Off    “Written Off”

Anamanaguchi    “Endless Fantasy”
Black Dog, The    “Tranklements”
Come    “Eleven:Eleven” (The Deluxe Edition; 2xCD)
Daft Punk    “Random Access Memories”
Deafheaven    “Sunbather”
Dirty Beaches    “Drifters / Love Is The Devil”
Kode 9    “Rinse 22: Mixed By Kode 9”
Mors Sonat    “Comforts In Atrocity”
National, The    “Trouble Will Find Me”
She & Him    “Volume 3”
Various    “Studio One Sound”

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Code Orange Kids  Love Is Love // Return To Dust

Citing comparisons to Converge, Gallows and Ceremony (I’ll add American Nightmare, Weekend Nachos and Unsane as well,) this Pennsylvania band leans heavily toward the “hardcore” aspect of hardcore punk with sludge metal thrown in the mix too. Three of Code Orange Kids’ four members delivering most of the screamed vocals on these abruptly shifting songs, touching on themes of emptiness, drug abuse and death (from “Choices (Love Is Love)”: “there are no mistakes / only decisions.”) The shrieking and snarling guitars, concrete-thick bass and frantic drums make for some very un-relaxed listening, with speed ranging everywhere from blisteringly fast to crawlingly slow. Though the intensity often simulates that of a robotic beast charging and slamming you into grinding gears, there are a handful of beautiful moments: “Colors (Into Nothing)” and “Calm // Breathe” cool down the rage a bit with a contemplative sound reminiscent of post-rock and shoegaze, before shifting back into the extremity.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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