21st Of March 2014 Update

21st Of March 2014 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

new stuff 3-21-14

LPs & 12″s
After The Burial    “Wolves Within”
Alcest    “Shelter” (Gatefold)
Anne    “Pulling Chain”
Ashley, Greg    “Another Generation Of Slaves” (+ D/L)
Author    “Forward Forever” (2LP)
Awanto 3    “Opel Mantra Part One”
Axemen    “Derry Legend” (Remaster + D/L + Extras)
Bardo Pond    “Refulgo” (+ D/L)
Baseball Project, The    “3rd” (180 Gram 2LP Gatefold + CD + D/L For Extras)
Beck    “Guerolito” (2LP)
Big Scary    “Not Art” (+ D/L)
Bowie, David    “David Bowie” (Mono And Stereo Versions Newly Remastered 180 Gram)
Broken English Club    “Jealous God 04″ (12” + Mix CD)
Brown, Leroy    “70’s Reggae Style”
Bruno S    “Bruno S” (180 Gram /500)
Burns, Willie    “Woo Right EP”
Burnt Ones    “Gift”
Carter Tutti Void    “Transverse”
Cash, Johnny    “American Recordings” (Reissue)
Chicago Underground Duo    “Locus” (+ D/L)
Cinematic Orchestra, The    “Motion” (+ D/L)
Coathangers, The    “Suck My Shirt” (Ltd. Ed. Lemon Lime Translucent Vinyl /900)
Cockney Rejects    “Unheard Rejects” (180 Gram)
Cold Cave    “Cremations” (Picture Disc)
Cortez, Diego    “Traumdeutung” (Ltd. Ed. /300 180 Gram)
Cripple Bastards    “Nero In Metastasi”
Daisyhead / Have Mercy    “Daisy / Have Mercy”
Dekker, Desmond    “The King Of Ska” (180 Gram + Insert)
Depeche Mode    “Violator” (180 Gram)
Depeche Mode    “Ultra” (180 Gram)
DJ Haus    “Space Jamz Vol. 1”
DJ Kaos    “Swoop”
DJ Koze    “Amygdala Remixes”
Doiron, Julie And The Wooden Stars    “Julie Doiron And The Wooden Stars” (2000 Album First Time On Vinyl + D/L)
Doomriders    “Black Thunder”
Drive Like Jehu    “Drive Like Jehu”
Dwarves, The    “Must Die”
Eidetic Seeing    “Against Nature”
Ensemble Economique    “Light That Comes, Light That Goes” (180 Gram + D/L)
Faint, The    “Doom Abuse LP + Evil Voices EP” (Ltd. Deluxe Ed. 180 Gram Foil Stamped Gatefold + D/L)
Fireworks    “(Oh), Common Life” (+ D/L)
Fixmer, Terence    “Psychik Part II”
Four Tet     “Kool FM Remixes” (White Label)
Four Tet + Terror Danjah    “Killer / Nasty”
Frahm, Nils    “Spaces” (2LP + D/L)
Frank, Bob    “Bob Frank” (Re-Mastered Gatefold)
Funkadelic    “Cosmic Slop” (180 Gram Gatefold)
Funkadelic    “Maggot Brain” (180 Gram Gatefold)
Funkadelic    “Free Your Mind… And Your Ass Will Follow” (180 Gram Gatefold)
Georget, Andre    “La France Interdite” (Soundtrack, Deluxe Ed. /300 + Poster + D/L)
Giganta     “Force”
Giuda    “Let’s Do It Again”
Golden Retriever    “Seer”
Grieves    “Winter & The Wolves” (2LP Powder Blue Vinyl + D/L)
Gutter Gods, Die    “Innersense”
Hauschka    “Abandoned City” (+ D/L)
Horseback    “Piedmont Apocrypha” (+ D/L)
I See Stars    “New Demons”
I-f    “Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass”
Innerspace Halflife    “Orbital Maneuvers EP”
Irkallian Oracle    “Grave Ekstasis”
Iron Chic    “Not Like This”
Iron Hand    “Injected Fear”
Jook    “Jook Rule”
Josefus    “Dead Man” (1970 Reissue From Numero Group)
JT The Goon    “Twin Warriors EP”
Kiddus I    “Give I Strength (Extended Mix) / Version (Extended Mix)”
Korridor    “Path 0102.591”
Krystal Klear    “Squad”
Lacuna Coil    “Broken Crown Halo” (“Official Bootleg” /500)
Laibach    “Spectre” (+ CD)
Lassigue Bendthaus    “Matter” (LP + 7″)
Lavender Country    “Lavender Country” (1973)(+ D/L)
Liars    “Mess” (180 Gram + CD)
Mace    “The Heavens Are Already Theirs”
Machinedrum    “Fenris District”
Magic Touch    “Palermo House Gang” (2LP )
Mayer, John    “Paradise Valley” (180 Gram + CD)
Mayer, John    “Continuum” (2LP)
Miltiades    “EPK.X”
Mr. Bungle    “Mr. Bungle” (180 Gram)
MS MR    “Secondhand Rapture” (+ D/L)
Nirvana    “Unplugged In New York”
Noise, Johnny    “The Day Is Coming” (+ D/L)
Nuns, The    “The Nuns”
Nuns, The    “Rumania”
Oberman Knocks / Autechre    “Dilankex EP”
Ono, Yoko Plastic Ono Band    “Take Me To The Land Of Hell” (Gatefold)
Os Brazoes    “Os Brazoes”
Par Grindvik / Function    “Stone Edge (Remix) / Patient Zero (Remix)”
Passenger    “All The Little Lights” (Ltd. Ed. Deluxe Gatefold + D/L)
Patton, Bill    “A New Kind Of Man”
Peder Mannerfelt    “PM001”
Pennywise    “Unknown Road” (White)
Perfect Pussy    “Say Yes To Love” (+ D/L)
Perry, Lee    “Voodooism: Pressure Sounds 009”
Porras, Jon    “Light Divide” (Jon Of Barn Owl)
Psyche    “Re-Membering Dwayne”
Ragan, Chuck    “Till Midnight” (+ D/L)
Read, Gerry    “Shrubby EP”
Russell, Arthur    “World Of Echo” (2LP)
San Proper    “Leave It Up To The Doc”
Shantel    “Disko Partizani!” (2LP Gatefold)
Shimada, Nami & Soichi Terada    “Sunshower EP”
Shit Robot    “We Got A Love” (2LP Gatefold + D/L)
Silver Snakes    “Year Of The Snake”
Sisyphus    “Sisyphus” (Serengeti, Son Lux & Sufjan Stevens; Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl + D/L)
Spits, The    “Kill The Kool” (2LP Gatefold)
Stick Together    “No More Second Chances”
Streetwalker    “Ooze”
Strong Intention / Department Of Correction    “Department Of Correction / Strong Intention Split 12″”
Sun Ra And His Intergalactic Myth Science Solar Arkestra    “Sleeping Beauty”
Swindle / Joker    “Let It Be Known / Minors”
Tale Of Us & Vaal    “Concor EP”
Thor’s Hammer    “If You Knew: Icelandic Punk & Beat ’65-’67!”
Tignor, Christopher    “Thunder Lay Down In The Heart” (Ltd. Ed. /250 + D/L)
Tokyo Police Club    “Forcefield” (Early Release “Official Bootleg” Edition /500)
Tycho    “Awake” (Colored Vinyl + D/L)
Unwound    “Rat Conspiracy” (Box Set 3LP + Extensive Booklet)
Vaib-R    “Intl”
Vakula    “Bandura 003”
Various    “This Charming Man Tour Compilation”
Various    “Ride Me Donkey: Solid Gold From Jamaica” (Jackie Mittoo, The Soul Vendors, Ken Boothe, The Heptones…)
Various    “Nippon Girls: Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1967-69” (Coloured Vinyl)
Various    “Molam: Thai Country Groove From Isan Vol. 2” (2LP Gatefold)
Various    “Bombay Disco: Disco Hits From Hindi Films 1979-1985”
Vega, Suzanne    “Tales From The Realm Of The Queen Of Pentacles”
Voices From The Lake    “Velo Di Maya Sentiero”
Von Hausswolff, Anna    “Kallan (Prototype)”
Wada, Yoshi    “Earth Horns With Electronic Drone” (2LP)
Walker, Peter    “Second Poem To Karmela Or Gypsies Are Important”
War On Drugs, The    “Lost In The Dream” (+ D/L)
Wareham, Dean    “Dean Wareham” (+ D/L)
Wen    “Signals” (2LP)
White Suns    “Totem”
XDB    “Ganivon EP”
Yellowgoat    “Joel Grind: The Yellowgoat Sessions”

Bent Sea / Usurpress    “Animalist”
Empire! Empire! (I Was A Lonely Estate)    “When The Sea Became A Giant”

Harding, Curtis    “Keep On Shining”
S.O.A.    “12/29/80 First Demo”
Stevens, Sufjan & Cat Martino    “Take The Time” (Clear Flexi)
Yacht Club    “Tropicana / Under Power”

Bohren & Der Club Of Gore    “Piano Nights”
Coffinworm    “IV.I.VIII”
Coil / Nine Inch Nails    “Recoiled”
Dragged Into Sunlight    “Hatred For Mankind”
Drekka    “Take Care To Fall”
Morbus Chron    “Sweven”
Nurse With Wound    “Bar Maldoror” (2CD Digipak)
Thou    “Heathen”
Tycho    “Awake”
War On Drugs, The    “Lost In The Dream”

Yates Wuelfing, Amy / Steven DiLodovico “No Slam Dancing – No Stage Diving – No Spikes: An Aural History Of The Legendary City Gardens” BOOK


Ariel Pink Thrash & Burn
Ariel Pink Thrash & Burn 300
(Human Ear Music)
Before his more commercially friendly band Haunted Graffiti was formed, Ariel Pink’s creative output came in the form of these anything-goes home recordings. Using minimal instrumentation (including his mouth) and vocals, Pink compiled an hour-and-a-half of druggy, freeform lo-fi experimentation that plays like a tour through a sketchbook. Subterranean tape loops, buzzes, feedback, sleepy guitar strums, odd percussion and more make up the surreal psych/noise/freak-pop/musique concrète tapestry. First track “Shoes,” for example, features Pink’s ultra-distorted voice not only telling a strange monologue, but making what sounds like rhythmic slurping to complement the hazy guitar riff. I’d say my favorites are the ones relying on easy-going, radiant-sounding synth such as “I Disguise You” and “Nothing at All/Different Names,” going pretty well with Pink’s carefree singing.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Spreaders / Blood Ocean Split
Spreaders  Blood Ocean Split 300
(Grand Imperial)
This limited cassette features two different flavors of nebulous experimentation. Spreaders is an avant-garde project from musician, producer and composer John P., and while the website describes his work as “hyper-noise,” “Frank Peru” sounds more like a tender, synthesized score for a rainy-day city.  ”Pat Price” takes a similar mood with its delicate-yet-strong bass strumming and unconventional effects over gritty ambience. Blood Ocean is a moniker of John Milano, whose projects include The Catastrophe, Driver and – one that I recognize recently – Sporco. His more “traditional” two tracks are lo-fi post-punk, with guitars that rely on heavy, sunny reverb (“Claire”) and hazy psychedelia (“Vampire”) through the driving beats.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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