31st Of January 2014 Update

31st Of January 2014 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Area Forty One    “Nocturnal Passions Part I”
Armstrong, Billie Joe + Norah Jones    “Foreverly”
Backtrack    “Lost In Life”
Baldwin, Matt    “Imaginary Psychology” (LP + 7″)
Bellicose Minds, The    “The Spine”
Big D And The Kids Table    “Stomp”
Blind Owl    “Blind Owl” (/500 Ltd. Ed.)
Bong    “Beyond Ancient Space” (2LP Gatefold)
Botanist    “IV: Mandragora”
Bottin    “Riding With Lucio”
Byzantium    “Seasons Changing”
Callahan, Bill    “Have Fun With God: Dream River In Dub”
Campbell, Cornell    “The Gorgon Dubwise”
Cisneros, Al    “Toward Nazareth”
Congos, The    “Feast”
Crazy Bald Heads    “First Born”
Death Comet Crew    “Galaticoast Mosi”
DeMent, Iris    “Infamous Angel” (180 Gram)
Destruction Unit    “Sonoran LP”
Difranco, Ani    “Not A Pretty Girl” (Remastered 2LP First Time On Vinyl + D/L)
Evil Fred    “Get On”
Far    “Tin Cans With Strings To You.”
Ferreira, Sky    “Night Time, My Time” (Gatefold)
First, David    “Electronic Works 1976-1977”
Franco, Francisco    “Francisco Franco”
Gaslight Anthem, The    “The B-Sides” (+ D/L)
Gem Club    “In Roses” (+ D/L)
Gerner, Dirg    “Dirg Gerner”
Guillamino & Esteban Adame    “Tegami”
Hawkins, Screamin’ Jay    “… What That Is!”
Haymarket Square    “Magic Lantern”
Holy Wave    “Relax” (+ D/L)
Hospitality    “Trouble” (+ D/L)
I Break Horses    “Chiaroscuro” (+ CD)
Insect Trust, The    “The Insect Trust” (180 Gram)
Johannsson, Johann    “McCanick: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (+ D/L)
Katatonia    “Dance Of December Souls” (2LP 180 Gram)
Lambchop    “Nixon” (+ CD)
Lau, Leong    “Dragon Man” (+ Poster)
Lawrence Arms, The    “Metropole” (+ CD)
Lee, Bunny & King Tubby Present Tommy McCook And The Aggravators    “Brass Rockers”
Libyans    “Expired Language”
Little Ann    “Deep Shadows” (Gatefold)
Lucy    “Churches School And Guns” (3LP)
L-Vis 1990    “Dance System EP”
Maiovvi, Antoni    “Monoceroticism”
Mars Volta, The    “Live At The Electric Ballroom July 9, 2003” (Fan Club Press)
Mars Volta, The    “Is Anybody There? Live At Lowlands, Holland August 29, 2003”
Material, The    “Everything I Want To Say” (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl)
Maximin, Berangere    “No One Is An Island” (/300)
Mod Subs    “Primitive By Today’s Standards”
Morrissey    “Satellite Off Love (Live) / You’re Gonna Need Someone On Your Side”
New War    “New War” (180 Gram Red + D/L)
Nirvana    “Live At The Palace, Melbourne, Australia 1.2.1992 (Solo Presents Live Wire Show #67 Week Of October 13)” (Unofficial)
Of Mice & Men    “Restoring Force”
O’Neil, Tara Jane    “Where Shine New Lights”
Pack A.D., The    “Do Not Engage” (+ D/L + Poster)
Patricia    “Body Issues”
Peake, Don    “Wes Craven’s ‘The Hills Have Eyes’ Original 1977 Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Pollard, Robert    “Blazing Gentlemen” (+ D/L)
Profanatica    “Thy Kingdom Cum”
Quilt    “Held In Splendor” (Ltd. First Ed. /2,000 + D/L)
Raindog    “Tow Words” (2LP + D/L)
Salem Mass    “Witch Burning”
Shabazz Palaces    “Shabazz Palaces”
She & Him    “A Very She & Him Christmas” (+ D/L Ltd. Ed. White Vinyl)
Sheriff Lindo    “Aftershock Dubs”
Shortcircles    “Between Waves”
Talk Talk    “The Colour Of Spring” (Unofficial; OBI Strip; Japan)
Truncate    “Pressurize”
Various    “Let No One Judge You: Early Recordings From Iran, 1906-1933” (4LP Box Set)
Various    “Niney The Observer Productions – Channel One Presents 100 Tons Of Dub”
Various    “Dystopian Remixes” (DYSTOPIAN 005)
Violet Poison    “Aldebaran Alabrahamis / Oxakindiss”
Visonia Et Dopplereffekt    “Die Reisen”
Waits, Tom    “Live At Ivanhoe Theater, Chicago, IL – November 21st, 1976” (Clear Vinyl /500)
Williams, Lucinda    “Lucinda Williams” (25th Anniversary Ed. + D/L With Bonus Material)
Woehrle, Jim And Michael Yonkers    “Borders Of My Mind”
Yonkers, Michael    “Michael Lee Yonkers”
Young And In The Way    “I Am Not What I Am (Amen)” (2LP Gatefold)

Bellicose Minds, The    “The Buzz Or Howl Sessions” (Clear Vinyl Ltd. Ed.)
My Fictions    “I Want Nothing”
Tomorrow The Rain Will Fall Upwards    “How Great A Fame Has Departed?”

Kill Your Idols    “Funeral For A Feeling”
Masked Intruder    “Under The Mistletoe”
Morrissey    “Satellite Of Love (Live)”
New Bums    “Slim Volume”
Randoms    “ABCD / Let’s Get Rid Of New York”
Seahaven    “Silhouette (Latin Skin)”
Tall Black Guy    “Tall Black Guy Vs. James Brown”
Turnstile    “Pressure To Succeed”

Backtrack    “Lost In Life”
Lawrence Arms, The    “Metropole”
Profanatica    “Thy Kingdom Cum”
Ty Dolla $ign    “Beach House EP”

Henry & Glenn Forever #4 (Mini Comic Book)
SkeeBall Slipmats!


The Stargazer Lilies We Are The Dreamers
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I had no idea what this northern Pennsylvania band sounded like before I saw them open for Black Moth Super Rainbow in 2012: once they began, I immediately fell in love with their raw-yet-beautiful take on shoegaze/dream-pop. The Stargazer Lilies’ debut full-length delivered on my memories, with ex-Soundpool members John Cep and Kim Field (supported by live drummers Johnny Lancia and EJ DeCoske) playing a truly intoxicating variety of nebulous, intimate indie-rock awash in pretty distortion that should please fans of My Bloody Valentine. The themes range from yearning for gorgeous paradise (“Del Rey Mar,” “Endless Days”) to poetic ruminations on the melancholy passage of time and life (“Undone,” “Sad Colored Tears.”)
[Reviewer: Mark]

Nuclear Spring Nuclear Spring
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This six-song 12-inch EP serves as the first “proper” release from this NYC garage-punk band. It signals a promising future, showcasing that Nuclear Spring understands just how to capture the ‘80s anarcho sound. Vocalist-guitarists Colman and Lauren bring out the fury as they shout about dealing with a world that tells you to keep your mouth shut (“Chatter,”) doesn’t care about you (“You Tie The Rope”) and wants you to believe in the illusion of traditionalism (“Mos Maiorum.”) The music is great as well, with the chugging guitars sounding both appropriately harsh and incredibly catchy.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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