28th Of June 2013 Update

28th Of June 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
All Tiny Creatures    “Dark Clock” (+ D/L)
B. (Blu)    “Jesus”
Beltran, John    “Amazing Things” (2LP Gatefold)
Bjork, Brant    “Jalamanta” (10 Year Anniversary Edition)
Black Jazz Consortium    “New Horizon EP”

Blue Sabbath Black Fiji    “Misake Of A Small Bird”
Brown, Kev    “Green Instrumentals: Songs Without Words Vol2”
Burns, Willie    “Willie Burns = House”
Cabral, Marcos    “Long Mixes”
Cloakroom     “Infinity”
Clothilde    “French Swinging Mademoiselle 1967”
Coffins    “Sewage Sludgecore Treatment”
Crystal Fighters, The    “Cave Rave”
Davis, Melvin    “Detroit Soul Ambassador”
De La Soul    “Three Feet High And Rising” (2013 Reissue)
Delta Funktionen    “Sun Storm / Onkalo (Karenn Remix)”
Demdike Stare    “Test Pressing #003” (Black)
Devo    “Hardcore Volume 1”
Devo    “Hardcore Volume 2” (2LP)
Dreamdecay    “N V N V N V”
Dwig    “Forget The Pink Elephant”
Ecorche    “Ecorche.”
Erdbeerschnitzel    “Cushion EP”
Exaltics, The    “The Rise And Fall” (Etched)
Fasenuova    “Cachito Turolo Remixes”
Fog, The    “The Fog: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Color Vinyl; John Carpenter)
Framtid    “Defeat Of Civilization”
Framtid    “Under The Ashes”
Fred P.     “No Looking Back EP”
Fred P.     “The Incredible Adventures Of Captain P”
Free Time    “Free Time”
Globe & Beast    “Grandfather’s Axe”
Godflesh    “Hymns” (Remastered + Bonus Tracks + D/L)
Hamilton, Bobby Quintet Unlimited, The    “Dream Queen”
Hard Ton    “Rise Up EP”
Harvey, PJ    “To Bring You My Love”
Heartwarmer    “Honeymoon”
High Wolf    “Kairos / Chronos”
Innerspace Halflife    “Wormhole Transmissions” (2LP)
Italo Johnson    “Italo Johnson 7”
Johannsson, Johann    “Fordlandia” (Ltd. Ed. Clear Vinyl)
K-Def    “Looking For The Perfect Break V1”
Kolsch    “1977” (2LP Gatefold)
KRTS    “The Dread Of An Unknown Evil” (2LP)
Lau, Eric    “One Of Many” (+ D/L)
LCD Soundsystem    “LCD Soundsystem”
Leif    “Cloud Hidden”
Lemuria    “The Distance Is So Big”
Light Fantastic    “Light Fantastic”
Lightning Dust    “Fantasy” (+ D/L)
Lusine    “Lucky”
Man Is The Bastard A.K.A. Charred Remains / Bleeding Rectum    “Man Is The Bastard A.K.A. Charred Remains / Bleeding Rectum”
Manchurian Candidates    “Between Reality And Shadow”
Mergia, Hailu    “Hailu Mergia & His Classical Instrument” (+ D/L)
Morphosis    “Dismantle / Music For Vampyr”
Motor City Drum Ensemble    “Send A Prayer”
Mt. Gigantic    “Gleanings And Gatherings”
Mumakil    “Flies Will Starve”
Murphy, Hakim    “Historicism”
Mystifier    “The World Is So Good That Who Made It Doesn’t Live Here”
Najem Sworb    “Renow EP”
Noisem    “Agony Defined” (Clear Vinyl)
Nu Sensae    “Sundowning” (+ D/L)
Ohm    “Tribal Tone”
Omar S    “Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself” (Sides A-D 2LP)
Omar S    “Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself” (Sides E-H 2LP)
Orchid    “Through The Devils Doorway” (Gatefold)
Orchid    “Capricorn”  (2LP Gatefold)
Parassela    “Home Alone EP”
Perseus Traxx    “Goddesses Of Inspiration”
Pity Sex    “Feast Of Love” (Ltd. Ed. Green Vinyl)
Quasimoto    “Yessir Whatever” (+ 7″ + D/L)
Qwel & Maker    “Beautiful EP”
Raindance    “New Blood” (Purple Vinyl)
Rose Windows    “The Sun Dogs” (+ D/L)
Rrose    “Waterfall Variations”
Salmon, Kim & Spencer P. Jones    “Runaways”
Schwarz, Henrik    “Take Words In Return”
Scott, Patrice    “Nostalgia”
Secret Circuit    “Nebula Sphynx / Parascopic Rope”
Sepetci, Cuneyt & Orchestra Dolapdere    “Bahriye Ciftetellisi” (+ D/L)
Suffocation    “Human Waste”
Surachai    “Embraced”
Swamp Dogg    “Total Destruction To Your Mind” (Ltd. Ed. Purple Haze Vinyl)
Swamp Dogg    “Gag A Maggot” (1973 Southern Soul)
Swamp Dogg    “Rat On!” (Ltd. Ed. Atomic Orange Vinyl)
Takamasa, Aoki    “RV8”
Tarentel    “Ghetto Beats On The Surface Of The Sun” (MF21)
Tarentel    “Ghetto Beats On The Surface Of The Sun” (MF22)
Tarentel    “Ghetto Beats On The Surface Of The Sun” (MF23)
Tarentel    “Ghetto Beats On The Surface Of The Sun” (MF24)
Templars    “Dans Les Catacombs Du Studio De L’ Acre 1993-1999 (20th Anniversary Edition)”
Total Control    “Carpet Rash”
Trago, Tom    “The Light Fantastic (Album Sampler)”
Twilight Sad, The    “No One Can Ever Know” (+ D/L)
Van Zandt, Townes    “In The Beginning…”
Various    “Mu EP”
Vartan, Sylvie    “Sylvie”
Widowspeak    “Widowspeak” (+ D/L)
With Honor    “This Is Our Revenge” (Green/Black Vinyl)
Wolfbrigade    “Comalive”
Wolves At Bay    “Only A Mirror”
Wolves At Bay    “I Was The Devil Once”
World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, The (The World Is…; TWIABP)    “Whenever, If Ever”
Young Turks    “Where I Lie”
Yow, David    “Tonight You Look Like A Spider” (+ D/L)
Zero Boys    “History Of” (+ D/L)
Zomby    “With Love” (Deluxe Triple LP + D/L)

Hollowed Out    “Hollowed Out” (Clear)
Rage Against The Machine    “People Of The Sun EP”
Sebadoh    “Secret EP”

Adventures    “Clear My Head With You”
Blanche Blanche Blanche    “Talk Out Loud / Water To Wine”
Dad Punchers    “These Times Weren’t Made For You” (Aqua Blue Vinyl + D/L)
Dr. Octotron    “Spazz / Good Stuff” (Green Vinyl; Del & Kool Keith)
Ettinger, Dylan / Goldendust    “The Pale Mare / Truth”
Hampton, Destry & The Wolves From Hell    “Angel Of Madness”
Kilgour, David & The Heavy 8’s    “Christopher Columbus”
Phoenix Bodies / Raein    “Phoenix Bodies / Raein” (Clear)
Rita, The    “Dark Angled Eyebrow”
Spectres / Arctic Flowers    “Spectres / Arctic Flowers”
Story So Far, The / Stick To Your Guns    “The Story So Far Vs. Stick To Your Guns” (Gatefold)
Ten Grand / Meth And Goats    “Ten Grand / Meth And Goats”
Why?    “Bangs” (Clear Flexi-Disc)
Wreck & Reference    “No Content”
Xerxes    “Would You Understand?” (+ D/L)
Zero Boys    “Livin’ In The 80’s”
Zero Boys    “Pro Dirt”

Chromatics    “Kill For Love”
Gottsching, Manuel    “E2-E4”
Man’s Gin    “Rebellion Hymns”
Sudden Infant / Grey Wolves / Macronympha    “Interzone 3”
Vanhala, Jaakko    “Here Be Lions”
Wolves At Bay    “Only A Mirror”
World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, The    “Whenever, If Ever”
Young Fathers    “Tape Two”
Zomby    “With Love”

Books and Magazines
Special Interests #9 (Noise Zine)
Curtis Harrington “Nice Guys Don’t Work In Hollywood” Book
Ruby Ray “From The Edge Of Hollywood: California Punk, 1977-81 (Photography)” Book+CD


Lemonade Diver

(True Panther Sounds)
Formed in San Francisco eight years ago before relocating to Brooklyn, this electronic trio has crafted a sensual, chilled-out sound that includes elements of dance, pop, R&B and freestyle. The layers of ethereal vocals, scattered beats and cool-as-ice synth make their sophomore full-length sound like a synthesis of the late 80s, early 90s and today. Opening track “Infinite Style” starts out on a moody note with a siren and drum machine before giving way to the bright, luxurious-sounding synth. “Big Changes” uses a punching metallic synth hook and distant, resonant vocals to sound like an R&B/dance tune that’d be played alongside Crystal Waters and Madonna. It’s certainly a refreshing, summery-sounding experience overall.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Endless Boogie Long Island

(No Quarter)
This New York band sounds like they’re straight out of a 70s-era biker bar, reminding me of ZZ Top and AC/DC with their heavy blues rock (treading into psychedelic at some points) chugging along for lengthy stretches. They sound like they’ve got a lot more experience than their informal late-90s roots suggest. Thirteen-and-a-half-minute opener “The Savagist” sets the mood, with a nonstop midtempo beat setting the foundation for trippy guitar improvisation and lead singer Paul Major (a.k.a. Top Dollar’s) rough snarling. Much of the running time is devoted to instrumental improvisation, but his vocals sound awesome when they come on, especially prominent on the classic-sounding rocker “Taking Out The Trash” and wild jamming number “General Admission.” The totally tripped-out, fried guitar on “Occult Banker” makes it an easy highlight for me.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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