13th Of September 2013 Update

13th Of September 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

Happy Friday The 13th

LPs & 12″s
A$AP Ferg    “Trap Lord” (2LP, Gatefold)
Aquarelle    “August Undone” (D/L)
Arcade Fire (The Reflektors)    “Sonovox”
At The Drive In        “Relationship Of Command” (2LP, Gatefold)
Avi Buffalo    “Avi Buffalo” (+ D/L)
Bad Sports    “Bras” (+ D/L)
Bird Nest Roys        “Me Want Me Get Me Need Me Have Me Love” (2LP)
Blacula        “Music From The Original Sound Track – Composed And Conducted By Gene Page”
Bl’ast        “Blood!” (Unreleased Material Mixed By Dave Grohl 2013)
Blouse        “Imperium” (+ D/L)
Braids        “Flourish // Perish” (2LP + D/L)
Buckner, Richard    “Surrounded” (+ D/L)
Buffalo Killers    “Ohio Grass”
Burns, Aisha    “Life In The Midwater” (+ D/L)
Capital Cities    “In A Tidal Wave Of Mystery” (Gatefold, + D/L)
Centaura    “Lawdy, Lawdy, Lawd”
City And Colour        “The Hurry And The Harm” (2LP, Gatefold)
Cleveland Bound Death Sentence        “Cleveland Bound Death Sentence” (+ D/L)
Coachwhips    “Hands On The Controls” (+ D/L)
Cosmonauts    “Persona Non Grata”
Crystal Stilts    “Nature Noir” (+ D/L)
dBridge     “Move Way”
Despite        “No Promise Of Tomorrow”
Dinky        “Nobody Else EP”
Dwarves, The    “The Dwarves Are Younger & Even Better Looking” (2LP + D/L)
Etch    “Old School Methods EP”
Forest Swords    “Engravings” (2LP + D/L)
Fort Romeau    “Stay / True EP”
Goldfrapp    “Tales Of Us” (180 Gram LP + CD)
Hauff, Helena    “Action Reactio”
Hecker, Tim    “Mirages” (2LP First Time On Vinyl)
Helm    “Silencer”
Human Parts    “Human Parts” (+ D/L)
Hysterics    “Club Constructions Vol. 5”
Innumerable Forms / Blessed Offal    “Innumerable Forms / Blessed Offal”
Jackson And His Computerband    “Glow” (2LP + D/L)
Jawbox        “Grippe” (+ D/L)
John Wizards    “John Wizards” (+ D/L)
Kandodo        “Kandodo” (Simon Price Of The Heads)
Lake    “The World Is Real”
Lone    “Airglow Fires”
Master Plan Inc.    “Master Plan Inc.” (Previously Unreleased Soul And Funk Gems 1974-84)
Metasplice    “Infratracts” (2LP)
Miller, Jenks    “Spirit Signal”
Ministry    “From Beer To Eternity” (2LP, Gatefold)
Mixtapes    “Maps & Companions”
Moslang, Norbert    “Fuzz_Galopp”
Mum    “Smilewound” (Gatefold)
Orcutt, Bill    “A History Of Every One”
Population One        “Reducible”
Prosanctus Inferi    “Noctambulous Jaws Within Sempiternal Night” (Gatefold)
Rado, Jonathan    “Law And Order” (+ D/L)
Salsburg, Nathan    “Hard For To Win And Can’t Be Won” (+ D/L)
San Proper    “Properepublica EP”
Sarcofago    “I.N.R.I.” (Gatefold)
Sebadoh    “Defend Yourself” (LP + 7″, + D/L)
Sect Pig    “Slave Destroyed”
Shah, Nadine    “Love Your Dum And Mad” (LP + CD)
St. John, Mark    “Ghost Town”
Stickup Kid    “Future Fire”
Surf City    “We Knew It Was Not Going To Be Like This”
Swarm, The    “Parasitic Skies” (+ D/L)
Trees        “Demons”
Trentemoller    “Lost” (2LP Gatefold + D/L)
Twitching Tongues    “In Love There Is No Law”
Unwound        “Kid Is Gone” (3LP Box Set)
Various        “After Dark” (3LP)
Various        “After Dark 2” (3LP)
Victor Dimisich Band, The    “The Victor Dimisich Band” (+ D/L)
White Flame    “American Rudeness”
White Hills    “So You Are…”
Wolfe, Chelsea    “Pain Is Beauty” (2LP, Gatefold)

Carter Tutti    “Coolicon”
Daughter    “His Young Heart” (+ D/L)
Daughter    “The Wild Youth EP” (+ D/L)
Lorn    “Debris”
Pop, Iggy & Yoko Ono    “Iggy Pop & Yoko Ono”
RZA / Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band        “Live 10/01/10 At The Orpheum, Los Angeles”
tUnE-yArDs as Yoko    “tUnE-yArDs as Yoko”
Why?    “Golden Tickets” (+ D/L)

Adult Books    “Adult Books”
Alpha & Omega    “Vintage Dubplates”
Black God    “Three”
Cause For Alarm    “Cause For Alarm”
Circle One    “Circle One”
Dads    “Pretty Good”
Miles, Wymond    “Passion Plays” (W.M. Of Fresh And Onlys)
Sea And Cake, The    “Flores” (Clear Flexi-Disc)
Shatner, William    “Space Cowboy” (/500)
Shaved Christ    “Bad Mind”
Terrible Feelings    “Backwoods”
Wu-Tang Clan    “Execution In Autumn”

Alpha & Omega Meets Dan I    “Blessed Are The Poor”
Braids    “Flourish // Perish”
Forest Swords    “Engravings”
Hauschildt, Steve    “S/H” (2CD)
John Wizards    “John Wizards”
Lynch, David & Angelo Badalamenti    “Twin Peaks Season Two Music And More”
Mum    “Smilewound”
Nine Inch Nails        “Hesitation Marks”
Nine Inch Nails        “Hesitation Marks” (Deluxe Edition) (2CD)
Trentemoller    “Lost”
Vasaeleth    “All Uproarious Darkness”

Guided By Voices    “English Little League”
Miller, Scott / Lee Camfield / Merzbow    “No Closure”
Potty Mouth    “The Spins / What’s A Snipe?”
Xiu Xiu    “Women As Lovers”


The Besnard Lakes Until in Excess, Imperceptible UFO

On their fourth record, this Montreal indie rock quartet creates an immense atmosphere with their airy, ethereal shoegaze. I wouldn’t necessarily compare it to My Bloody Valentine, because this Besnard Lakes album has cleaner production with a greater emphasis on building walls of ambient synth and guitars instead of electric guitar distortion. It feels more like experiencing a blurry fantasy-world of water, glaciers and forests, with sounds that make it hard to believe came from just four people. Starting with a long 80s-style synth note, “46 Satires” gets deep with echoing guitars, synth and voices to mesh together into a hypnotic dream-pop concoction.  “People of the Sticks” is an easy favorite with its dynamic chorus of soaring voices amidst crashing drums, as well as “Colour Yr Lights In” giving the album a strong, catchy and triumphant sunset.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Seaven Teares Power Ballads
(Northern Spy)

In addition to his work with Zs and Dirty Projectors, New York-based experimental musician Charlie Looker’s resume includes his now-defunct band Extra Life, which played a hybrid of Renaissance music and math rock. His newest project Seaven Teares (a name taken from a piece written by English Renaissance composer John Dowland) continues Looker’s medieval fascination, with the quartet including three voices for harmony, acoustic guitars and recorders. “Meet Me” starts it off with precisely that unmistakable Renaissance atmosphere, with the percussion buoying the romantic and eerily poetic lyrics. The darker and much more intense ”Our Lady of Sound” follows, with a compelling sound that should be the most pleasing to Extra Life fans. “Flow My Tears” covers a melancholy 16th-centrury lute song by Dowland himself, using droning instruments to excellently convey the lyrics about death and loss. It’s not nearly as dark sounding as the cover of Alice In Chain’s “Them Bones,” though, turned into an ultra-slow funeral crawl rendition.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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