28th Of March 2014 Update

28th Of March 2014 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Alberich    “Machine Gun”
Antena    “Camino Del Sol” (2LP)
Anthroprophh    “Anthroprophh”
Avatism    “Adamant RMX”
Body, The    “I Shall Die Here” (+ D/L)
Brooks, JC And The Uptown Sound    “Howl” (+ D/L)
Bullwackies All Stars    “Black World”
Busman’s Holiday    “A Long Goodbye” (+ D/L)
Cage, John    “Early Electronic And Tape Music”
Carlson, Matt    “All Moments”
Cash, Johnny    “Out Among The Stars” (180 Gram, + D/L)
Cheater Slicks    “Live Volume 3”
Coheed And Cambria    “Year Of The Black Rainbow”
Coil / Nine Inch Nails    “Recoiled”
Coping    “Nope”
Cyne    “All My Angles Are Right” (Ltd. Red Transparent + D/L)
Dead Fader    “In Cover”
DeMarco, Mac    “Rock And Roll Night Club” (+ D/L)
DeMarco, Mac    “Salad Days”  (Gatefold, + D/L)
Depeche Mode    “Songs Of Faith And Devotion” (180 Gram)
Evian Christ    “Waterfall”
Future Islands    “Singles”
Gibb, Freddie / Madlib    “Pinata”
Glimpse    “Baretta”
Gridlink    “Longhena”
Guilt Of…, The    “Isolation Room” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Hold Steady, The    “Teeth Dreams” (2LP + D/L)
Howler    “World Of Joy”
HTRK    “Work (Work, Work)” (Colored Vinyl + D/L)
HTRK    “Psychic 9-5 Club” (+ D/L)
Inventions    “Inventions”
Islaya    “Suu”
Jellyfish    “Bellybutton”
Jellyfish    Spilt Milk”
JJ Doom    “Bookhead EP” (Picture Disc)
Joan As Police Woman    “The Classic” (2LP + CD)
Johnston, Daniel    “Hi, How Are You: The Unfinished Album” (+ D/L)
Jones, Jim Revue    “The Savage Heart”
Laswell, Bill / Submerged    “Brutal Calling”
Locked Groove    “Brown”
Mercyful Fate    “Melissa”
Migrations In Rust    “Two Shadows” (+ D/L)
Millie & Andrea    “Drop The Vowels”
Nux Vomica    “Nux Vomica”
Ortolan    “Covered In Black” (+ D/L)
Perhacs, Linda    “Parallelograms”
Pilgrim    “II: Void Worship”
Planetary Assault System     “Future Mod”
Pyrrhon    “Mother Of Virtues” (2LP)
Rhythm & Sound    “Artists”
S. Carey    “Range Of Light” (Color Vinyl) (+ 7″) (+ D/L)
Shining    “III – Angst”
Small Black    “Real People” (+ D/L)
Subotnick, Morton    “Silver Apples Of The Moon”
Terranova     “Headache”
Thievery Corporation    “Saudade”
Thorns Vs Emperor    “Thorns Vs Emperor”
Throwing Snow    “Pathfinder”
Timber Timbre    “Hot Dreams”
TWR72    “Endless (72 Loops)”
Type O Negative    “The Least Worst Of Type O Negative”
White Hinterland    “Baby” (Ltd. Ed. Colored Vinyl)
Williams, Pharrell    “Happy”
Xibalba    “Xibalba”
YYU     “Kiss As We Walk”

Shivas, The    “You Make Me Wanna Die”
Slow Season    “Heavy” (Ltd. Ed. Color)

Body, The    “I Shall Die Here” (Produced By The Haxan Cloak)
Cage, John    “Early Electronic And Tape Music”
DeMarco, Mac    “Salad Days”
HTRK    “Psychic 9-5 Club”
Millie & Andrea    “Drop The Vowels” (Digipak)
Sea Of Bones    “The Earth Wants Us Dead” (2CD Digipak)
Skrillex    “Recess”

Ahnnu    “Battered Sphynx” (NNA063)
Allin, G.G.    “Eat My Fuc”
Allin, G.G.    “Singles Collection Volume 1”
Astral Social Club    “Destiny SNFU” (NNA064)
Finster, Howard    “A Great Sermon To The World”
Future Islands    “Singles”
Great Valley    “Lizards Of Camelot” (NNA067)
Hoffman, Abbie    “Wake Up, America!”
Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier    “Those Vermillion Sands” (NNA061)
Lescalleet, Jason    “Archaic Architecture” (NNA062)
Manson Family Sings, The    “Songs Of Charles Manson”
Manson, Charles    “LIE”
Manson, Charles    “Saints Are Hell On Earth”
Solitary Confinement    “Solitary Confinement”
Violent Children    “Violent Children”


Guardian Alien  Spiritual Emergency
(Thrill Jockey)

Also known as a drummer for Liturgy, Teeth Mountain and Dan Deacon and currently involved with Zs,) Greg Fox serves as the creator and leader of this Brooklyn experimental/psych trio (it was a five-piece during the recording.) Their third album showcases more avant-garde inspired by Rhys Chatham and fellow New York percussionist Milford Graves (with whom Fox has studied.) Ten-minute opener “Tranquilizer” sounds balmy and exotic, featuring Fox playing nonstop improve on a tabla (an Indian percussion instrument) while the guitar, bass and shahai baaja (an Indian string instrument) swim around freely along with cut-up electronic vocals.  After the crashing “Mirror” and cut-up “Vapour,” “Mirage” comes as a beaming wall of guitar feedback, layered with the other instruments and muffled, wordless vocals as well. The second side features the grand-finale title track, culminating with a colorful twenty-minute tapestry of all of the instruments in a freeform electronic and acoustic mind-trip. It’s preceded with a recording of psychiatrist Stanislav Grof reading from his 1989 book that inspired this album’s title, describing his studies on people who experience the identity crisis episodes known as “spiritual emergencies.”
[Reviewer: Mark]

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