5th Of July 2013 Update

5th Of July 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Aguayo, Matias    “The Visitor” (180 Gram Gatefold 2LP + 2CD)
Austra    “Olympia” (2LP + D/L)
Brtsh Knights    “If I Was To / Hazed”
Caspian    “The Four Trees”
Close    “My Way (Feat. Joe Dukie)”
Clouds    “Ghost Systems Rave” (+ D/L)
Coffins    “The Fleshland” (2LP Gatefold)
Coldfish    “The Orphans” (2LP)
Coltrane, John    “Ole Coltrane” (180 Gram”
Congo Natty    “Jungle Revolution” (2LP + D/L)
Cvlts    “Realiser”
Davis, Miles    “Kind Of Blue” (Collector’s Edition 180 Gram)
Dead Ghosts    “Can’t Get No” (+ D/L)
Disclosure    “You & Me (Feat. Eliza Doolittle)”
Djin Aquarian And Plastic Crimewave Sound    “Save The World”
Drumm, Kevin    “Imperial Distortion” (3LP Remastered)
Durerstuben    “Sheets Of Rane”
Felt    “Felt” (180 Gram)
Floorplan    “Paradise” (+ CD)
Gibson, Daughn    “Me Moan” (+ D/L)
Heiroglyphic Being    “The Electronic Belt” (Yellow)
Hunter, James Six, The (The James Hunter Six)    “Minute By Minute” (+ D/L)
Jones, Spencer P.     “Spencer P. Jones And The Nothing Butts”
Lake Superior     “Steam Engine” (+ D/L)
Lightnin’ Slim    “High & Low Down”
Lord Dying    “Summon The Faithless”
Lustmord    “The Word As Power” (2LP Gatefold)
Modeselektor / Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team    “Negativity –  Bambounou Remix ”
Night Plane    “Heartbeat EP”
Nsound    “INSIDEout”
Nymph    “New Millennium Prayer” (+ D/L)
Palm Highway Chase (Palm /|\ Highway Chase)    “Escape From New York”
Part Time    “PDA” (Ltd. Ed. /1,000 + D/L)
Phillips, Esther    “From A Whisper To A Scream”
Power, Ryan    “Identity Picks” (NNA060)
Pretty Lights    “A Color Map Of The Sun” (2LP Deluxe Book Edition)
Randomer    “Ruffa / No Hook”
Rank / Xerox    “Rank / Xerox”
Raw Spitt    “Raw Spitt” (1970 Southern Soul Remaster; Charlie Whitehead)
Rodhad    “Spomeniks E.P.”
Sacrilege    “Thoughts Are But Dreams Till Their Effects Are Tried.” (1985 Demos; NYHC)
Safety Scissors    “In A Manner Of Sleeping” (+ CD)
Staples, Mavis    “Time Waits For No One” (Cut Out Warehouse Find)
TC Studio    “Lips Break EP”
Thundercat    “Apocalypse” (2LP Gatefold + D/L)
Tiger & Woods    “Golden Bear EP”
Timberlake, Justin    “Futuresex/Lovesounds” (2LP Gatefold)
Tricky    “False Idols” (2LP Gatefold + CD)
Tuluum Shimmering    “Ulau Tau Spirit Of Sun”
Twin Peaks    “Sunken” (+ D/L)
Various    “50 Weapons Of Choice #30-39” (Anstam, Marcel Dettmann, Atoms For Peace, Cosmin TRG…)
Various    “Mystic Sounds From India: Lost Field Recordings, 1968-79” (Ltd. Ed.)
Various    “¡Saoco! Vol. 2 Bomba, Plena And The Roots Of Salsa In Puerto Rico 1955-1967”
Various    “Mystic Sounds From Afrika: Lost Field Recordings 1960-1973” (Ltd. Ed. /1000)
Vian, Patrick    “Bruits Et Temps Analogues”
Wolf Eyes    “No Answer – Lower Floors”
Xiphiidae    “Quaking Myth”
Xiphiidae    “Pass Hidingly Seek”
Young, Nate     “Blinding Confusion” (Regression; NNA059)

Big Star    “Live Tribute To Alex Chilton” (With John Davis)
Emma    “Jahovia”

AP Musik    “MU3”
Coffins    “The Fleshland”
Editors    “The Weight Of Your Love” (2CD)
Lake Superior    “Steam Engine”
Lord Dying    “Summon The Faithless”
Sutekh Hexen / Andrew Liles    “Breed In Me The Darkness; The Second Coming Mixes By Andrew Liles”
Thundercat    “Apocalypse”
Unkind    “Pelon Juuret”


Vessel Order Of Noise (Tri Angle)
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Sebastian Gainsborough is a 22-year-old from Bristol, England who’s a member of an abstract electronic collective called Young Echo, which hosts an online broadcast showcasing all sorts of underground styles. After recently introducing his music to the world via several 12-inches, Gainsborough’s debut full-length explores a very textural, shadowy style of techno. Using little more than an array of cold, glitchy electronic sounds set to pulsating beats, this album builds a sensual soundscape for a spooky, post-apocalyptic cyber world. For example, “Stillborn Dub” uses a minimal beat with a resonant metallic clang for its shifting layers of haunting voices and slithering electronics, and “Silten” evolves from a murky, groaning cavern crawl to a pretty gorgeous-sounding tower of synth.  “Court Of Lions” makes for a very strange “dance” song, juxtaposing an infectious beat against mournful electronic ghost wailing, drifting into rich organ-like synth halfway through.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Zomby With Love (4AD)
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Zomby with a “y” (which is how I end up referring to this project pretty much always because of the proliferation of projects with similar names) is a pretty prolific project with an output covering a wide range of sub-genres in the electronic/dance umbrella. This particular release is the longest of Zomby’s yet (2CDs/3LPs/33 tracks worth of sound). It’s all cohesive though which is the most astounding thing to me. It doesn’t lean on past material that achieved any positive acclaim. It’s closest ally would definitely be “Where Were U In ’92,” but whereas that one was straight up nostalgia and rave for rave’s sake (that isn’t a negative attribute to be clear) this’n is the result of having lived that lifestyle and then with a weary mind making an album for pure head bobbing listening pleasure.
[Reviewer: Rick]

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