10th Of January 2014 Update

10th Of January 2014 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Alpha Steppa / Joe Ariwa / Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry    “Open Door”
Antona, Marc    “Ride Safari”
Aquariana    “Aquariana”
Au Revoir Simone    “Move In Spectrums” (Ltd. Ed. Pink Vinyl + D/L)
Bannon, Lee    “Alternate / Endings” (+ D/L)
Battiato     “Foetus”
Black Cobra    “Invernal”
Blacksmif    “23 Waist”
Blank Realm    “Grassed Inn”
Byrd, Donald    “Kofi” (Reissue)
Caravels    “Lacuna”
Cherry Five    “Cherry Five” (Goblin)
Cherry Glazerr    “Haxel Princess”
Circa Survive    “Violent Waves” (2LP Gatefold)
Clark, Gene    “No Other”
Cohran, Philip And The Artistic Heritage Ensemble    “On The Beach”
Conforce    “Kinetic Image” (2LP)
Coombe, The    “The Coombe”
Crystal Castles    “Crystal Castles” (I, 2LP)
Cut/Copy    “Free your Mind” (+ D/L)
Cuticle    “Confectioner Beats”
Cybotron    “Enter” (2LP Reissue Of 1983 Detroit Electro Act)
Dalglish    “Niaiw Ot Vile”
Discordance Axis    “Original Sound Version 1992-1995″ (Perfect Edition, 2LP + 7” + Booklet)
Doors, The    “Live In Pittsburgh – May 2, 1970 (Part One)” (Red Vinyl)
Doors, The    “Live In Pittsburgh – May 2, 1970 (Part Two)” (Clear Vinyl)
Dott    “Swoon”
Dust    “Onset Of Decimation”
Electrelane    “No Shouts No Calls” (2LP)
Electrelane    “The Power Out” (Gatefold)
Eska    “Gatekeeper EP” (180 Gram + D/L)
Eyedress    “Supernatural”
Fay, Bill    “Bill Fay” (180 Gram)
Figure Study    “Figure Study”
Flight Facilities    “Stand Still” (+ D/L)
Gap Dream    “Shine Your Light”
Gemma Ray    “Down Baby Down”
Gesaffelstein    “Conspiracy Pt. 1”
Gordon, Dexter    “One Flight Up” (Reissue)
Guns N’ Roses    “Use Your Illusion I” (Reissue)
Guns N’ Roses    “Use Your Illusion II” (Reissue)
Hammock    “Oblivion Hymns” (+ D/L)
Hiss Golden Messenger    “Bad Debt”
Hollis, Mark    “Mark Hollis”
Jar Moff    “Financial Glam”
Johannsson, Johann    “Prisoners: Original Soundtrack” (2LP)
Jones, Sharon & The Dap-Kings    “Give The People What They Want” (First Copies Come With A Bonus 7″ + D/L With Bonus Material)
Jones, Sharon & The Dap-Kings    “Give The People What They Want (MONO Ltd. Ed. Version)” (First Copies Come With A Bonus 7″)
Jordan, Sheila    “Portrait Of Sheila” (Reissue)
Julius, Orlando & His Modern Aces    “Super Afro Soul” (2LP Gatefold + CD)
K-Def    “Looking For The Perfect Break V2”
Kent, Julia    “Character” (Ltd. Ed. + CD)
King, Peter    “Omo Lewa” (+ D/L)
KVB, The    “Minus One”
Lanegan, Mark    “Has God Seen My Shadow? An Anthology 1989-2011” (3LP Box Set With 20 Page Book)
Lauer    “Laui XIV”
Louis Logic    “Look On The Blight Side”
Malkmus, Stephen & The Jicks    “Wig Out At Jagbags” (+ D/L)
Martinez, Cliff    “Solaris” (Soundtrack, 140 Gram Picture Disc Edition)
Mobley, Hank    “No Room For Squares” (Reissue)
Moncur, Grachan III    “Some Other Stuff” (Reissue)
Moondog    “Moondog” (180 Gram)
Morelli, Ron    “Backpages”
Morne    “Shadows”
Motorhead    “Bastards” (Picture Disc In Generic Black Sleeve)
Mushy    “Breathless”
NHK’ Koyxen    “Dance Classics Vol. III”
Null, KK / Israel Martinez / Lumen Lab    “Terra Incognita”
Parlan, Horace    “Happy Frame Of Mind” (Reissue)
Parrish, Theo    “Theo Parrish’s Black Jazz Signature” (2LP Gatefold)
Peaking Lights    “936” (Ltd. Ed. Repress 180 Gram + Poster)
POV    “Adat / Oum”
Psychic TV Three    “Greyhounds Of The Future: Alien Lightning Meat Machine Part II”
Public Service Broadcasting    “Inform Educate Entertain” (+ D/L)
Red Rack ‘Em    “I Trusted You”
Rodan    “Fifteen Quiet Years” (+ D/L)
Rot In Hell / Psywarfare    “Rot In Hell / Psywarfare” (White Vinyl, Late Black Friday Release Finally Here)
Rotting Out    “The Wrong Way” (+ D/L)
Saint Etienne    “So Tough” (180 Gram)
Schickert, Gunter    “Uberfallig” (180 Gram)
Slayer    “Decade Of Aggression: Live” (180 Gram Mystery Vinyl)
Solex    “Solex Ahoy! The Sound Map Of The Netherlands”
Soulphiction    “When Radio Was Boss”
Speedy Ortiz    “Major Arcana” (+ D/L)
State Champs    “The Finer Things” (Ltd. Color Vinyl + D/L)
Survive    “Survive”
Three O’Clock, The    “Aquarius Andromeda”
Todd    “With Love… From Me To You”
Vanay, Laurence    “Galaxies” (Gatefold 180 Gram /500 Remastered)
Various    “Elaste Volume 04: Meta-Disco And Proto-House Originals Ahead Of Their Time – Compiled By Dompteur Mooner” (2LP)
Various    “Calypsoul 70: Caribbean Soul & Calypso Crossover 1969-1979” (2LP Gatefold + CD)
Verrina & Ventura    “La Terra Trema” (3LP)
Vitamin D    “Hard Times” (+ D/L)
Wanda Group    “A Slab About Being Help Captive”
Weekend    “Jinx”
Wilson, Gary    “You Think You Really Know Me” (+ D/L)
Wizards, John    “Muizenberg”
Young, Roland    “Hearsay I-Land”
Zombi    “Surface To Air” (Gray)
Zombi    “Cosmos” (Green)

Active Child    “Rapor EP”
Prurient    “Rose Pillar” (Book + 11″)

Deep Wound    “Deep Wound”
DJ Q-Bert    “Baby Super Seal” (7″ Version Of The Out Of Print 12″)
Permanent Ruin    “Mas Alla De La Muerte”
Sha La Das    “Sha La Da La La (Christmas Time)”
Violence To Fade    “Tug Of War”

Akkord    “Akkord”
Autopsy    “Introducing Autopsy” (2CD Set)
Man Overboard    “Heart Attack”
Moore, Steve    “Pangaea Ultima”
Price, Sean & M-Phazes / Guilty Simpson & Small Professor    “Land Of The Crooks / Highway Robbery”
Rotting Out    “The Wrong Way”
Vista Chino    “Peace” (Ltd. Ed.)

Stone Titan    “Happy Fuckin’ New Year” Cassette


The Proud Flesh Home
Here’s some homegrown (i.e. Connecticut-based) alt-country for ya: this New Haven band plays an energetic, natural-feeling brand of folk/indie-rock. They appropriately cite their genre as “Americana” on their Facebook page, sounding true to rock’s roots on their second album “Home.” “Company Man,” for example, tells the stories of three guys’ soul-crushing lives spent for the purpose of uninspiring work, with lyrics that I could imagine befitting a blues song if not for the spirited, soaring delivery that they get. The stripped-down “Charred Old Glory” takes a darker, more symbolic approach, with acoustic strumming that only gains in intensity to underscore a tale of a weathered existence. The electric ”Before Too Long” provides a similarly from-the-heart mood for an end-of-the-day stroll through the country (“houses turned to factories as we drove along these roads… with winding mountain streams and country roads”) complete with some backing vocals from Melanie Safka of “Brand New Key” fame.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Emilíana Torrini Tookah
(Rough Trade)
I wasn’t surprised to discover that this indie-pop singer is from the same country as Björk: both Icelandic musicians have versatile voices with compelling ranges.  Torrini’s sixth album is a breezy mix of acoustic and electronic instrumentation. The opening title track gives a good demonstration of all of those elements: a sensual, percussive beat and dreamy guitar strums set the foundation for her heartfelt croon. The atmospheric “Caterpillar” is one of my favorites, with a tender acoustic melody and pleasantly subtle synth accents for Torrini’s gorgeous imagery (“hair the hue of lions / beaches dried by morning suns…”) “Speed of Dark” is definitely another highlight: it’s a down-tempo, shadowy dance-pop number that sounds made for late-night cruising.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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