27th Of September 2013 Update

27th Of September 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Aphex Twin    “Selected Ambient Works 85 – 92” (2LP)
Aster    “Cielo” (Bicep Remixes)
Audio Tech    “Dark Side”
Big Sean    “Hall Of Fame”
Bjarnason, Daniel    “Over Light Earth”
Black Jazz Consortium    “Structure EP”
Black Jazz Consortium    “Deep Things E.P.”
Black Narcissus X    “Black Narcisssus X” (SIG.MMXII.X)
Blacknecks    “00002”
Borden, Ferraro, Godin, Halo & Lopatin    “FRKWYS 7”
Botch    “We Are The Romans” (2LP, Gatefold)
Bottin    “Plastic” (Yellow Vinyl)
Canning, Brendan J    “You Gots 2 Chill”
Cantu, D’Marc    “Alternate Frequency”
Chvrches    “The Bones Of What You Believe” (180 Gram + D/L)
College    “Heritage”
Coma    “In Technicolor Remixe”
Dcantu & JM De Frias    “I Have No Eyes, And I Must See”
Dead C, the    “Armed Courage” (+ D/L)
Deepa & Biri, Gene    “Redshift”
Deft    “Voight Kampff” (Ltd. Purple Vinyl)
Dirtbombs, The    “Ooey Gooey Chewy Ka-Blooey!” (+ D/L)
Dixon Jr., Kenny    “Emotional Content”
Dream Boys    “Dream Boys” (+ D/L)
Dream Theater    “Dream Theater” (2LP 180 Gram Gatefold + D/L)
Drive-By Truckers    “Alabama Ass Whuppin'” (Live 2LP + D/L)
EDMX    “Frozen Stomp”
Eight Bells    “The Captain’s Daughter”
Expo 70    “Inaudible Bicoastal Trajectory”
Factory Floor    “Factory Floor” (2LP, + D/L)
Faint Wild Light    “Faint Wild Light”
Fatima    “Circle”
Field, The    “Cupid’s Head” (2LP Gatefold + CD)
Frak    “Matador EP”
Funkineven / Fatima    “Phone Line EP”
Gerner, Dirg    “Dirg Gerner”
Gil, Gilberto    “Louvacao”
Green Velvet    “Bigger Than Prince” (Green Vinyl)
Groundislava    “Tall Corn Music” (12″ + 7″)
Herms, The    “Drop Out Vol. 1” (+ D/L)
Horrible Crowes, The    “Live At The Troubadour” (2LP + DVD Gatefold + D/L)
Huerco S.    “Colonial Patterns” (2LP + D/L)
Hunt, Gene    “A Chicago Legend”
Ikonika    “Aerotropolis” (2LP)
Islands    “Ski Mask” (Gatefold, + D/L)
Kings Of Leon    “Mechanical Bull” (180 Gram 2LP Gatefold + D/L)
Kiss Of The Damned    “Kiss Of The Damned: The Original Soundtrack Featuring Music By Steven Hufsteter” (+ Poster + D/L)
Kokyo Kyokushu    “Studio Ghibli” (2LP, Gatefold)
Lanegan, Mark    “Imitations” (+ D/L)
Lanza, Jessy    “Pull My Hair Back”
Machinedrum    “Vapor City” (2LP, Gatefold, + D/L)
Major Lazer    “Bubble Butt Remix” (Feat. Bruno Mars, 2 Chainz, Tyga & Mystic)
Marginal Consort    “Instal. Glasgow 2008” (Kazuo Imai. Kei Shi. Masami Tada. Tomonao Koshikawa) (4LP)
McDowell, “Mississippi” Fred    “I Do Not Play No Rock ‘N’ Roll” (180 Gram)
McGuire, Mark    “The Instinct”
Meat Puppets    “Out My Way”
Mind Over Mirrors    “When The Rest Are Up At Four” (+ D/L)
Mock + Toof    “Remixed Vol. 2”
Moin    “Moin EP”
Oneohtrix Point Never    “R. Plus Seven” (2LP, Gatefold, + D/L)
Pearl Harbor    “Puro Instinct”
Pelletier, Jean-Claude    “Streaking!”
Polysick    “Witness”
Porcupine Tree    “Recordings” (KSCOPE813)
Potty Mouth    “Hell Bent”
Pritchard, Mark    “Lock Off”
Ras G And The Afrikan Space Program    “Back On The Planet” (2LP, Gatefold, + D/L)
Ratkje, Maja    “Voice” (First Edition /500 + CD)
Residual Echoes    “The Middle Path” (+ D/L)
Resonars, the    “The Grestest Songs Of The Resonars”
Roska    “Shocking E.P.”
Round Five (Round 5)    “Na Fe Throw It” (Feat. Paul St. Hilaire)
Round Three (Round 3)    “Acting Crazy” (Feat. Paul St. Hilaire)
Rrose    “Primary Evidence”
Snuff Crew    “Work It Out”
Space Dimension Controller    “Correlation EP”
Stefanik, Daniel    “Confidence RMXS”
Stoltz, Kelley    “Double Exposure”
Sundowner    “Neon Fiction”
Sutekh Hexen    “Become”
Sutekh Hexen    “Monument Of Decay”
Telefon Tel Aviv    “Immolate Yourself: Remix Series”
Tendts    “Tendts | Daixie | Hanami: Faces Vol. 5”
Tropic Of Cancer    “Restless Idylls” (2LP Gatefold)
Truth Vs. Stylust Beats    “Chicks & Drugs / Empire”
Ulver    “Messe I.X-VI.X” (With Troms0 Chamber Orchestra; Gatefold)
Villalobos / Loderbauer    “Turbo Semantic EP Feat. Tea-Time And Azeem”
Volk, Joahannes    “Desert Labyrinth EP”
Walton    “Beyond” (2LP)
White Poppy    “White Poppy”
Wild Moth    “Over, Again”
Windhand    “Soma” (2LP Gatefold)
Wrong Words, The    “Everything Is Free” (+ D/L)
Youngs, Richard    “Summer Through My Mind” (+ D/L)

Drvg Cvltvre (Drug Culture)    “Porn Wax Five” (Pink Vinyl Numbered/400)
Worn    “Feminist Feat. The KVB”

Carlton Melton    “Handling Snakes”
Fuzz    “Sunderberry Dream”
Kasher, Tim    “Truly Freaking Out” (/1,000 + D/l)
TV Ghost    “The Amputee / The Mold”

Callahan, Bill    “Dream River”
Chvrches    “The Bones Of What You Believe”
Factory Floor    “Factory Floor”
Grave Miasma    “Odori Sepulcrorum”
Oneohtrix Point Never    “R Plus Seven”
Subrosa    “More Constant Than The Gods”
Tropic Of Cancer    “Restless Idylls”
Ulver    “Messe I.X – VI.X” (With Troms0 Chamber Orchestra; Oversized 7″ Packaging)

Wax Poetics #56 Magazine


Chelsea Light Moving Chelsea Light Moving
With Sonic Youth now on indefinite hiatus, Thurston Moore’s new quartet provides a worthy substitute with its raw and downright energetic noise rock. Once the shimmering, easy-going opener “Heavenmetal” concludes, it’s on to fast-paced “Sleeping Where I Fall,” which soon descends into a blazing room of buzzing feedback and dissonance. “Lip” is one of my favorites for its catchy style of snotty metallic punk, which becomes even more uncompromising on the blackened cover of The Germs’ “Communist Eyes.” “Burroughs” is an easy high point as probably the most well rounded song, paying tribute to the late writer William S. Burroughs with a blast of banging thrash and Thurston’s trademark guitar dissonance.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Tooth Ache Flash & Yearn
Tooth Ache Flash & Yearn 300
(Feeding Tube)
Mayhaps the latest hyped car commercial worthy female fronted electro-pop isn’t quite your bag. Mayhaps its sheen feels a little greasy ringing through your lobe drums. Perhaps your familiar with the Tooth Ache 7″ or tape appearance on the 8 tape compilation NNA had a while back. Perhaps you liked that as much as I still do. If all the mayhaps and perhaps are stirred into a bucket of sweet goo and not filtered but brought to a steam so you could breathe it in as effortlessly as the songs come across on this album… perhaps and mayhaps then we could all just use the term hypnogogic pop a little less and be comfortable with less refinement and calling ourselves weirdos and listening to each others’ weirdo jams (like this sweet weirdo pop). Ryan Power certainly got us part of the way there. Phemale gets it. Tooth Ache’s been waiting with them.
[Reviewer: Rick]

Tropic Of Cancer Restless Idylls
Tropic Of Cancer Restless Idylls 300
(Blackest Ever Black)
Dark corners in the early morning hours when the sun quite hasn’t poked out yet, but you’re inside so who even cares and you just want to lean face first into the wall until forever because that feeling between lucidity and having just been dancing on adrenaline is sneaking in. You hear your heartbeat in the wall through your forehead somehow and there is a buzzing in your ears from not wearing ear plugs for years and years and in the bathroom you hear some lacivious acts filtered and breathing through a few walls and room noise. In the tradition of the early morning dark rave techno ambience from the likes of the Sandwell District and all associated Tropic of Cancer brings us towards where HTRK lay, but not quite.
[Reviewer: Rick]

Wooden Wand Blood Oaths of the New Blues
Wooden Wand Blood Oaths of the New Blues 300
James Jackson Toth’s music draws influences from several branches of folk, from acid, psych and freak to a more conventional style leaning toward indie rock. His musicianship and songwriting abilities stand out, creating a both warm and austere album that feels like pondering over life’s experiences as they happen. It starts with a rustic, smoky mountain atmosphere on the 11-minute “No Bed For Beatle Wand/Days This Long,” with Toth poetically musing about life’s unanswerable questions and the enigma of dreams. The first single “Southern Colorado Song” channels the experiences of the Southern bank-robbing sibling trio Dougherty Gang, capturing an eerie, wayward feeling with lines like “sometimes nowhere seems the only place to go.”
[Reviewer: Mark]

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