17th Of January 2014 Update

17th Of January 2014 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
4 Skins, The    “The Good, The Bad & The 4 Skins”
4 Skins, The    “A Fistful Of…….. 4 Skins”
Arcing Seas    “Ophidian”
Blank    “Suspiria”
Blue & Exile    “Below the Heavens: In Hell Happy With Your New Imaginary Friend” (2LP + 7″)
Brown, Junior    “Fly Me Away Home”
Burns, Willie    “Willie Burns = House” (CRÈME EP)
Buzzin 10    “Bleakest Rave”
Clipse    “Lord Willin'” (2LP)
Coleman, Ornette    “The Shape Of Jazz To Come” (180 Gram)
Congos, The    “Dub Feast: Hell And Destruction Are Never Filled: SO The Eyes Of Men Are Never Satisfied. Ch 27 Vs. 20”
Cowards    “Hoarder” (White Vinyl)
Deamonds, Alex    “East London Club Trax Volume 1 ”
Derobert And The Half-Truths    “I’m Tryin'” (+ D/L)
DMX Krew    “Micro Life”
Family Circle    “Family Circle”
Farrar, Jay & Benjamin Gibbard    “One Fast Move Or I’m Gone: Music From Keouac’s Big Sur” (180 Gram)
Format, The    “Interventions & Lullabies”
Girl Trouble    “Hit It Or Quit It”
Haack, Bruce / Miss Nelson    “The Way-Out Record For Children”
Herndon, Holly    “Chorus”
Jacobites (Nikki Sudden & Dave Kusworth)    “Robespierrre’s Velvet Basement”
Jah Shaka / Horace Andy    “Jah Shaka Meets Horace Andy” (Jah Shaka Music)
Jay, Jeremy    “Abandoned Apartments”
JAZ    “JAZ”
Jurado, Damien    “Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son” (Ltd. 2LP Ed. + D/L)
Kowton    “H-Street / Helsinki Sunrise”
Leonard-Morgan, Paul    “Dredd: Original Film Soundtrack” (180 Gram)
Lewis, Furry    “In His Prime 1927-1928” (180 Gram)
Liquor Store    “In The Garden”
Mammane Sani Et Son Orgue    “La Musique Electronique Du Niger”
McCann, Les & Eddie Harris    “Swiss Movement: Recorded Live At The Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland” (180 Gram)
Metallica    “Reload” (2LP Gatefold)
Metallica    “St. Anger” (2LP Gatefold)
Model Human    “Cruise Control / Cruise Version”
Moonbow    “The End Of Time” (David McElfresh Of Hank 3, Steve Earle Of Afghan Whigs…)
Mountain Witch    “Cold River”
Oddisee    “Tangible Dream” (Ltd. Ed. Silver & Black Haze Vinyl)
Oppressed, The    “Dead & Buried”
Ovlov    “AM”
Page, Jimmy & The Black Crowes    “Live At The Greek” (3LP White Vinyl)
Paisley, Doug    “Strong Feelings” (Gatefold)
Palma, Triston    “Joker Smoker”
Period, Shawn J.    “The Unspoken – 90’s Volume One”
Reatard, Jay    “Matador Singles ’08” (+ D/L)
Reatard, Jay    “Watch Me Fall” (+ D/L)
Romeo, Max    “Our Rights” (Jah Shaka Music)
Savage Amused    “Mind Cure 1985 (Demo)”
Schifrin, Lalo    “Bullitt: Original Motion Picture Sound Track”
Seaside Houz Boyz    “Seaside Houz Boyz”
Shabazz Palaces    “Of Light”
Shook, Abram    “Sun Marquee”
Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra, Thee    “Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light On Everything” (180 Gram + Poster + D/L)
Sioux, Mariee    “Faces In The Rocks”
Springsteen, Bruce    “High Hopes” (Feat. Tom Morello, 180 gram + CD, 2LP)
Sudden, Nikki    “The Bible Belt”
Sudden, Nikki    “Waiting On Egypt”
Sudden, Nikki & Dave Kusworth    “Jacobites”
Toe.    “Songs, Ideas We Forgot”
Various    “Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Various    “Killed By Deathrock Vol. 1” (+ D/L)
Various    “Purple Snow: Forecasting The Minneapolis Sound” (Numero Group Box Set)
Various    “Inside Llewyn Davis: Original Soundtrack Recording”
Vex    “Sanctuary (The Complete Discography)” (/1000 + D/L)
Walker Brothers, The    “Nite Flights”
Warpaint    “Warpaint” (Ltd. Ed. Red Vinyl, 4th Side Etched + D/L) [OUT FOR SALE TUESDAY]
West, Ray & OC    “Ray’s Café: Red Apples Forty-Five”
Zombi    “Spirit Animal” (Red Vinyl)

Toe    “The Future Is Now EP”
Roberts, Matana    “Coin Coin Chapter One: Gens De Couleur Libres” (180 Gram + Art Print Poster + D/L)

Broadcaster / New Year’s Revolution    “Broadcaster / New Year’s Revolution”
Cobra Skulls / Larry And His Flask    “Relief / Love For The Wicked”
Prince, Jay    “Love Is A Storm / Bottomless Well”
Unwed    “Made Of / Pope”

100 Demons    “100 Demons”
Down     “Nola”
Inquisition    “Obscure Verses For The Multiverse”
Jurado, Damien    “Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son” (Ltd. 2CD Ed.)
New Year’s Revolution    “Connecticut Casual”
Ultra Electric Mega Galactic, The    “The Ultra Electric Mega Galactic” (Feat. Ed Mundell Of Monster Magnet)
Various    “Decoder: Definitive DVD And CD Set” (DVD + CD Feat. Soft Cell, Einsturzend Neubauten, William S. Burroughs…)
Warpaint    “Warpaint” [OUT FOR SALE ON TUESDAY]

Blu & Exile    “Below The Heavens” Cassette Tape


Phosphorescent Muchacho
Phosphorescent Muchacho 300x300
(Dead Oceans)
On his sixth album with this project, the now Brooklyn-based Matthew Houck weaves a unique tapestry of synth, guitars, strings and more for an interesting take on alt-country, psych-pop and indie rock. After a long tour and unexpectedly having to move his New York studio, Houck travelled to Mexico and thought of these as he tried to piece his life back together. First single “Song for Zula,” for example, sounds like a rich, drifting sunrise for a legitimately broken heart (“…I saw love disfigure me / Into something I am not recognizing…”) The catchy, heavily uplifting horn-based “A Charm / A Blade” precedes the first song that Houck wrote for the album: “Muchacho’s Tune” captures a feeling of desert solitude with a piano and lap steel perfect for a reflective country mood. If you’re interested in experiencing one of Phosphorescent’s acclaimed live shows, he’ll be playing at Hamden’s Spaceland Ballroom on Wednesday, February 5th with Caveman.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Grooms Infinity Caller
Grooms Infinity Caller 300
(Western Vinyl)
This spirited Brooklyn indie band (formerly known as Muggabears) demonstrates a great, dreamy re-imagining of shoegaze/experimental rock sound I associate with bands like Sonic Youth and My Bloody Valentine, but structured in a more melodic, hook-based style. Although singer-songwriter-guitarist-synth player Travis Johnson explored his struggle with scrupulosity (a mental disorder involving unwanted thoughts of religious guilt) on the band’s debut album, it doesn’t show on their third record, awash in starry indie rock. My favorite tracks included the adventurously romantic “I Think We’re Alone Now” and the very catchy rocker “Completely,” which tries out some unexpected Rolling Stones-style rock and roll. I also really liked the Husker Du cover “Something I Learned Today,” capturing the original’s energy with some prettier-sounding effects thrown in.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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