20th of September 2013 Update

20th of September 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

New Record Shelves
LPs & 12″s
14KT    “Nickel & Dimed” (2LP + 7″)
Balance And Composure    “The Things We Think We’re Missing” (+ D/L)
Beal, Willis Earl    “Nobody Knows.” (2LP + D/L)
Beautiful Swimmers    “Son” (2LP)
Black Sabbath    “Vol. 4” (180 Gram Gatefold)
Black, Frank    “Odd Balls”
Body/Head    “Coming Apart” (2LP, Gatefold)
Call Super    “Black Octagons”
Callahan, Bill    “Dream River”
Callinan, Kirin J    “Embracism” (+ D/L)
Carcass    “Surgical Steel” (Gatefold)
Celebrate Music Synthesizer Group, The    “CMSG” (2LP Gatefold)
Centuries    “Taedium Vitae”
Chvrches    “The Bones Of What You Believe” (Numbered /500 “Bootleg” Edition)
Clear Soul Forces    “Fgold PP7s” (2LP + D/L)
Cosmin TRG    “New Structures” (Remix 12″)
Cray 76    “Call My Name / The Holy Ghost”
Delorean    “Apar” ( + D/L)
Dettmann, Marcel    “Dettmann II”
Distal    “The Shadow Egg EP”
Dreamies    “Auralgraphic Entertainment”
Earthless    “Sonic Prayer” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Erickson, Roky    “Don’t Slander Me” (2LP Gatefold + D/L)
Erickson, Roky    “Gremlins Have Pictures” (2LP Gatefold + 7″ + D/L)
Fields, Jordan    “Among The Kloudz”
Gainsbourg    “Aux Armes Et Caetera” (180 Gram)
Get Up Kids, The    “On A Wire” (180 Gram)
Green, Camilla    “Small Town Girl”
Grouplove    “Spreading Rumours” (Ltd. Ed. White Vinyl)
Gun Club, The    “Fire Of Love”
House Of Black Lanterns    “You. Me. Metropolis”
Jail Weddings    “Meltdown: A Declaration Of Unpopular Emotion” (+ D/L)
Johnson, Jack    “From Here To Now To You” (Gatefold + D/L)
Keep Shelly In Athens    “At Home”
L/F/D/M    “Purple Maps EP”
Major Lazer    “Watch Out For This (Bumaye) Remixes”
Mateo, Eduardo    “Mateo Solo Bien Se Lame” (180 Gram + Poster)
MGMT    “MGMT” (180 Gram + D/L With Bonus Material)
Midland    “Trace EP”
Misery Signals    “Absent Light” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Nervous    “Nervous”
Nicone    “Burnhain”
Obits, The    “Bed & Bugs” (+ D/L)
Paleman    “All Good / Hunt / Slither”
Pinkcourtesyphone    “Foley Folly Folio” (Pink Vinyl Numbered Ltd. Ed.)
Raven    “Who Do You See…” (1976 Psych Rock /500 180 Gram)
Redding, Otis    “Pain In My Heart” (180 Gram)
Refused    “Songs To Fan The Flames Of Discontent”
Rob    “Funky Rob Way” (Analog Africa-Limited Dance Edition)
Run The Jewels (El-P + Killer Mike)    “Run The Jewels”
Sanders, Sam    “Mirror, Mirror” (2LP, Gatefold)
Seahaven    “Ghost + Acoustic” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Snow Ghosts    “And The World Was Gone”
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin    “Fly By Wire” (180 Gram Coke Bottle Clear Vinyl + Poster + D/L)
Special Request    “Hardcore EP”
Sun Ra    “The Soul Vibrations Of Man” (180 Gram)
Tooth Ache    “Flash & Yearn” (+ D/L)
Torrini, Emiliana    “Tookah” (+ D/L)
Touche Amore    “Is Survived By” (Tuesday, 9-24-13 Release Date)
Ulcerate    “Vermis” (2LP Gatefold)
Vainio, Mika    “Kilo” (2LP Gatefold)
Violetshaped    “The Remixes Part 2”
Weed    “Deserve”
Wipers    “The Power In One” (Ltd. Ed. /1000)
Wolvserpent    “Perigaea Autahkarana” (2LP Gatefold)

Carter Tutti    “Coolicon”
Daughter    “His Young Heart” (+ D/L)
Daughter    “The Wild Youth EP” (+ D/L)
Lorn    “Debris”
Moderat    “Bad Kingdom”
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)

Angel Du$t (Angel Dust)    “Xtra Raw” (White Vinyl)
Disnihil    “Future Cancers” (+ D/L)
Magik Markers, The    “Ice Skater / Machines”

Balance And Composure    “The Things We Think We’re Missing”
Dawn Of Midi    “Dysnomia”
Run The Jewels    “Run The Jewels” (El-P + Killer Mike)
Touche Amore    “Is Survived By” (9-24-13 Release)
Ulcerate    “Vermis”

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Potty Mouth Hell Bent
potty mouth hell bent 300 x 300
(Old Flame)
On their raw-produced debut full-length, this Massachusetts-based all-female D.I.Y. punk quartet straight up rocks. While they certainly identify with the ideals of increasing the voice of girls in the punk community, bassist Ally Einbinder considers it lazy to slap the “riot grrrl” label on them for merely being female. Lead vocalist Abby Weems’s unpolished voice sounds like a perfect fit, with gritty emotion seething through. Amidst the crashing instruments, first single “Damage” using a second-person perspective to make it sound like she’s passionately asking both her friend and the listener “how real were you?”  Potty Mouth’s chugging riffs are downright catchy: one of my favorites is “The Spins,” with its noisy, hard-rocking chorus warning that it’s “hard to say no” to stupid decisions until “you’re lying on the floor.” Also, as an FYI to anyone 21 or older: they’ll be playing a free show at New Haven’s BAR on Wednesday, October 2nd with California X and Blessed State.
[Reviewer: Mark] (Note: This should be in soon. Not quite yet here.)

Spike Priggen  Stars After Stars After Stars

This upstate New York singer-songwriter tackles quite a mix of artists on this cover album, turning their music into jangly, country-infused alt-pop and guitar rock. For example, The Zombies’ “How We Were Before” becomes a warmer, more laid-back sounding ballad using the pedal steel throughout. His rendition of Alice Cooper’s “I’m Eighteen” sounds impressively dramatic as well with tidier production. I couldn’t find any information about “Big Store” besides that it’s written by someone named Stephen Duffy, but it’s easily one of the most compelling and dark songs on the album with its ominous consumerist-sounding theme.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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