11th Of October 2013 Update

11th Of October 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Bad Brains    “Omega Sessions” (+ D/L) [10″]
Ben Folds Five    “The Sound Of The Life of The mind” (180 Gram + D/L)
Black Milk    “No Poison No Paradise” (Features Black Thought, Dwele, Will Sessions, Robert Glasper…)(2LP Gatefold + D/L On Purple Vinyl)
Black Orange Juice    “3 Started Alone EP” (+ D/L)
Blitzen Trapper    “VII”
Bloc Party    “The Nextwave Sessions”
Boardwalk    “Boardwalk” (+ D/L)
Body, The    “Christs, Redeeners” (2LP)
Books, The    “Music For A French Elevator And Other Oddities By The Books” (/2000 Ltd. Ed. + D/L)
Brown, Apollo    “Trophies Instrumentals”
Brown, Danny    “XXX” (2LP Gatefold)
Cage The Elephant    “Melophobia” (+D/L)
Current 93    “Like Swallowing Eclipses” (6LP Box Set)
Damu The Fudgemunk    “How It Should Sound: Volume 1” (Clear Vinyl)
Damu The Fudgemunk    “How It Should Sound: Volume 2” (Green Vinyl)
Darkside    “Psychic” (2LP)
Darkthrone    “A Blaze In The Northern Sky”
Dead Meadow    “Dead Meadow”
Deltron 3030    “Event 2” (2LP Gatefold + D/L)
Deltron 3030    “Event 2: The Instrumentals” (2LP + D/L)
DJ Rashad    “I Don’t Give A Fuck”
Do Make Say Think    “Do Make Say Think” (1998 Debut 2LP 180 Gram + D/L)
Esplendor Geometrico    “Ultraphoon” (New Album 2013 /700)
First Aid Kit    “Drunken Trees” (180 Gram + D/L)
FKA Twigs    “FKA Twigs”
Four Tet    “Beautiful Rewind” (+ D/L)
Fuck Buttons    “BrainFreeze” (Clear/2000)
Glasser    “Interiors” (+ D/L)
Guitar Wolf    “Beast Vibrator”
Gustafsson, Mats / Thurston Moore    “Vi Ar Alla Guds Slavar” (Live At Café Oto, 22 & 23 September 2012)
Heavenly Beat    “Prominence” (+ D/L)
Hecker, Tim    “Virgins” (2LP Gatefold)
Horsepower Productins    “The Lost Tapes EP”
J Dilla    “Jay Stay Paid” (Features Black Thought, Doom, Raekwon, M.O.P., Blue…)(2LP + 7″)
Katatonia    “Dethroned & Uncrowned” (2LP Gatefold)
Kews    “Ilp” (2LP + D/L)
King Tuff    “Live At Third Man Records: 7-13-2012”
L.B. Dub Corp    “Turner’s House”
McTell, Blind Willie    “Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order: September 18, 1933 To September 21, 1933 Volume 3”
Melvins    “Live At Third Man Records: 5-30-2013”
Men, The    “Campfire Songs EP”
Miles, Wymond    “Cut Yourself Free” (+ D/L)
Mississippi Sheiks, The    “Complete Recorded Works Presented In Chronological Order: October 24, 1931 To July 20, 1932 Volume 3”
Neo Boys    “Sooner Or Later” (2LP Gatefold)
New Sound Of Numbers, The    “Invisible Magnetic” (Color Vinyl + D/L)
Nosaj Thing    “Home Remixes”
Oddisee    “The Beauty In All” (+ D/L With Bonus Mixtape)
Patton, Charley    “Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order: Late November / Early December 1929 To December 1929 Volume 3”
Perri, Sandro    “Spaced Out”
Pinkish Black    “Razed To The Ground” (Gatefold)
Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement    “Folklore Venom”
Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement    “The Plant With Many Faces”
Reference    “Ghetto Nebula” (Blue Vinyl)
Renaldo, Lee And The Dust    “Last Night On Earth” (2LP, Gatefold + D/L)
Resident, The    “Duck Stab” (+ D/L)
Road To Shaanxi    “Revelation EP” (+ D/L)
Secret Circuit    “Nebula Sphynx / Parascopic Rope”
Shatner, William    “Ponder The Mystery” (Gatefold)
Skream    “Skream!” (3LP Repress)
Sleigh Bells    “Bitter Rivals” (+ D/L)
Special Request    “Soul Music” (3LP)
Temple, Luke    “Good Mood Fool” (+ D/L)
Toots & The Maytals    “Funky Kingston”
Total Life    “Radiator” (Numbered /500)
Tricky    “Valentine (Andy Stott Remix)”
Ulver    “Wars Of The Roses”
Valente, Dino    “Dino Valente”
Various    “Free Angela” (Obscure Soul Circa ’71 + D/L & Extensive Liner Notes)
Various    “Trevor Jackson Presents Metal Dance 2: Industrial New Wave EBM Classics & Rarities 79-88” (2LP + CD)
Various    “Jerome Derradji Presents Bang The Box!: The (Lost) Story Of AKA Dance Music Chicago 1987-88” (2LP Gatefold)
Various    “Soul Jazz Records Presents Studio One – Ska Fever! – More Ska Sounds From Sir Coxsone’s Downbeat” (2LP Gatefold)
Various    “Young Turks 2013/1” (Lost Scripts, Koreless)
Vista Chino    “Peace” (2LP Gatefold)
Yancey Boys    “Quicksand (Feat. Common And Dezi Paige)” (J Dilla Beats)
Zarate, Morgan    “Taker EP”

Camera Obscura    “Break It To You Gently”
LaFarge, Pokey    “Central Time / St. Louis Crawl”
Dough Rollers, The    “Little Lily / The Sailing Song”
Coathangers, The / Audacity    “Adderall / Earthbot” (/750 + D/L)

Body, The    “Christs, Redeemers”
Brown, Danny    “Old”
Dalt, Lucretia    “Zyzygy”
Darkside    “Psychic”
Four Tet    “Beautiful Rewind”
Hecker, Tim    “Virgins”
Mad Season    “Above” (Deluxe 2CD/DVD)
Various    “Studio One Ska Fever!”
White Stripes, The    “Get Behind Me Satan”


Sleigh Bells Bitter Rivals
(Mom + Pop)
Even though they’ve only been around for five years and already released three full-lengths, this Brooklyn noise-pop duo still sounds just as infectiously bracing as ever.  Alexis Krauss’ furious and sweet voice sounds particularly confident amidst Derek Miller’s blaring electric guitar and very cool beats. It’s the same tried-and-true formula that both critics and fans love, and I’m still not sick of it: there’s just something incredibly appealing about their simple-yet-delicious brand of sugar-sweet noise/dance/whatever-you-want-to-call-it indie-rock. “Sing Like A Wire” is an easy standout for me, sounding like an electrified, funky re-imagining of Michael Jackson during his best years. The emotion-rich “Love Sick” proves to be a strong closer, with its final portion turning the noise down to provide a soft-as-snow, actual sleigh bell-driven lament about lost love.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Brazos Saltwater
Brazos Saltwater 300
(Dead Oceans)
On his second album with this project, the now New York-based Martin Crane creates lively, opulent indie rock that sounds inspired by jazz and tropical music. Opener “Always On” sounds like it should be accompanying a colorful banquet with its concoction of busy guitar, high-flying synth and brisk drums. The first single “How The Ranks Was Won” takes a more straightforward approach with its guitar underscoring an intriguing story that – according to Crane – is about a boy discovering his ancestors’ now-abandoned ship and boarding it. The title track is one of several others with a water theme, telling about seafaring memories with an unmistakable island-influenced guitar that also briefly transitions into a heavy-rocking electric guitar.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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