11th Of April 2014 Update

11th Of April 2014 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

Don’t forget, our sale starts Sunday and continues through next Saturday, Record Store Day when we have plenty of specials and such. We’ll have our Record Store Day stock in next Friday’s update as well so if you’re looking for a particular title please be patient and then when we publish next Friday’s list comb that extensively!


LPs & 12″s
Afghan Whigs, The    “Do To The Beast” (Loser Edition: 4-15-14 Release Date)
Ausmuteants    “Amusements”
Body, The & Thou    “Released From Love”
Cloud Nothings    “Here And Nowhere Else” (+ D/L)
Creepoid    “Creepoid”
Cult Leader    “Nothing For Us Here” (Tan Vinyl + D/L) [April 15 Release Date]
Drip, The    “A Presentation Of Gruesome Poetics”
Earth Crisis    “Salvation Of Innocents” (180 Gram Ltd. Coloured Vinyl)
Eyehategod    “Preaching The ‘End-Time’ Message”
Flume    “Flume: Deluxe Edition” (+ D/L)
Killing Sound    “Killing Sound” (2×12″)
Lake Street Dive    “Bad Self Portraits” (+ D/L)
Lies    “Abuse”
Lilacs & Champagne    “Midnight Features Vol. 1: Shower Scene” (Numbered/1000 + D/L)
Love And Girls    “Born In The Green”
Love Cult    “Know E.P.”
M0    “No Mythologies To Follow”
Mayfield, Jessica Lea    “Make My Head Sing…” (+ D/L)
Michaelson, Ingrid    “Lights Out”
Monolord    “Empress Rising” (Green Vinyl)
Mungo’s Hi-Fi    “The Stinger / Dem Stylee”
My Chemical Romance    “May Death Never Stop You: The Greatest Hits 2001-2013” (2LP 180 Gram + DVD + Extras)
Nas    “Illmatic XX” (Remastered 180 Gram + D/L With Bonus Material)
Oh Sees, Thee    “Drop” (+ D/L)
Portishead    “Roseland NYC Live”
Possessed    “Seven Churches” (180 Gram Ltd. Ed. Coloured Vinyl)
SaintSeneca    “Dark Arc” (+ CD)
Secret Sisters, The    “Put Your Needle Down” (180 Gram)
Sonic Avenues    “Mistakes” (+ D/L)
Traps, The    “Boom Pow Awesome Wow”
Used, The    “Imaginary Enemy”
Various    “Balani Show Super Hits: Electronic Street Parties From Mali”
Vaura    “The Missing” (2LP Gatefold)
Vereker    “Slain”
Warm Soda    “Young Reckless Hearts”
Ween    “Live At Stubb’s, 7/2000 Volume 2” (Fan Club Edition)
Williams, Hank III    “Ramblin’ Man” (180 Gram + CD)
Woo    “When The Past Arrives”

Ages    “Rest Your Head” (Violet)
Bad Cop / Bad Cop    “Boss Lady”
Bloodlet    “Shell / Cherubim”
Born Low    “Refuse To Beg”
Cockney Rejects    “Flares ‘N Slippers”
Davis, Wanda    “Where Did You Sleep Last Night?”
Derobe Dance Band    “Gogoplata”
Fissure    “Fissure”
Giuda    “Sound For Terraces: Teenage Rebel”
Give    “I Am Live”
Manchester Orchestra    “Every Stone / Escape”
Nomads    “.Nomads.”
Novy Svet / Spettro Family    “Spettro Family / Novy Svet”
Real Estate    “Talking Backwards”
S.H.I.T.    “Collective Unconsciousness”
TouchXDown    “Reach For The Top”
Twitching Tongues / Wisdom In Chains    “Loveless Nightmare / Last Thoughts / Piles Of Rubble”
Wildhoney    “Wildhoney”

Afghan Whigs, The    “Do To The Beast” (4-15-14 Release Date)
Cult Leader    “Nothing For Us Here” [April 15 Release Date]
Nux Vomica    “Nux Vomica”
Oh Sees, Thee    “Drop”
Various    “New York – Connecticut Hardcore Connection”

Ceremony “Society Verse” Book
Trash Talk Collective Book + 7″


Wolf Eyes No Answer: Lower Floors
Wolf Eyes No Answer Lower Floors 300
(De Stijl)
Since this well-established Michigan noise trio has put out over a hundred recordings, I wasn’t sure how fresh they’d sound on their latest full-length. As it turns out, No Answer: Lower Floors is probably Wolf Eyes’ most mature work to date, demonstrating their skills at sculpting stark minimalism with both electronic and analog manipulation. Rather than resorting to an assault of exclamatory shock-noise, they settle on an enticingly unappetizing concoction of numbing desolation to capture a mood similar to that of a basement dilapidated with vermin and corpses.  “Choking Flies,” for example, starts the album with a droning drum loop soon joined by wailing saxophone and a cloak of electronic dread with doubled-up monotone vocals. The twelve-minute “Confessions of the Informer” is another favorite, with brooding waves of subtle beats, shrill sax, chopped-up vocals, and more burning slowly in pitch darkness.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Thee Spivs The Crowds and The Sounds
Thee Spivs The Crowds and The Sounds 300
(Damaged Goods)
Named after a British slang word for petty criminals dealing with black market goods, the now-disbanded London trio Thee Spivs had a sunny style reminiscent of 70s punk, garage and pub rock. Their third and final album The Crowds and The Sounds is a little over half-an-hour of catchy, melodic mid-tempo songs touching on several relatable themes. “Social Network” explores the peculiarities of using Facebook (“I need to be noticed, but I still need to hide”) and another track talks about the tough reality of an unexpected life “Straight Out of Art School.” Another highlight for me is the poignant acoustic closer “Mozart’s Locked Away,” paying tribute to anyone who tried to achieve goals and recognition but fell short.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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2 thoughts on “11th Of April 2014 Update”

  1. Hey, just got the new Goldmine magazine. There’s an interview with Record Store Day organizer Michael Kurtz by Patrick Prince-Prince (or perhaps Goldmine magazine) mistakenly refers to your store as Red Squirrel Records

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