2nd Of May 2014 Update

2nd Of May 2014 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

We got some late RSD titles (noted after the listing below) some of which we had before and some which we now have for the first time. Grab ’em while you can!
We also got some new shelves in our small sub-genre room. Check out the fine craftsmanship in person. Here’s a picture of them empty before we filled ’em up:

LPs & 12″s
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.    “Astrogasm From The Inner Space”(2LP)
Adams, Mike    “Mike Adams At His Honest Weight: Best Of Boiler Room Classics” (Color Vinyl Ed.)
Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra    “Live On Planet Earth”
BadBadNotGood    “III”
Baldwin, Nat    “In The Hollows” (+ D/L)
Bambounou    “Take It Out On Me (Remixes)”
Basinski, William    “Melancholia” (+ D/L)
Biome    “Cromos / Genesis / Delta”
Blood Red Shoes    “Blood Red Shoes” (+ 2CDs)
Bored Youth    “Are You Alive 1982”
Brown, Danny    “Hot Soup” (2008 Solo Debut 1st Time On Vinyl + 7″)
Brown, Danny    “Old” (Limited Edition Box Set + Instrumentals, Lyrics + Poster)
Candie Hank    “Demons”
Childish Gambino    “Because The Internet” (2LP + 72 Page Screenplay RSD Late Arrival)
Clearlight    “Circular Thinking”
Clouds    “Tann Acid II”
Copperpot    “Chapter Seven”
Dare, Douglas    “Whelm” (+ “Nine Poems” Book + D/L)
Digitalism    “Wolves”
DJ Rashad    “We On 1” (We’re actually out of this already and the restock seems to be about a month out to wait on a repress – the whole press sold out fast. RIP Rashad)
Doss    “Doss” (+ D/L) (White Vinyl)
Eek-A-Mouse    “Skidip!”
Elbow    “The Take Off And Landing Of Everything” (2LP Gatefold)
Eno * Hyde    “Someday World” (Special Edition Gatefold 2LP + D/L + Print)
Florida=Death    “Post Information”
Fucked Up    “Year Of The Dragon”
Gardland    “Improvisations”
Greene, Jacques    “Phantom Vibrate”
Hive Dwellers, The    “Moanin'”
Horrors, The    “Luminous” (2LP Indie Deluxe Edition)[Out 5/5]
Horrors, The    “Luminous” (1LP Regular Edition) [Out 5/5]
Houle, Marc    “Fusion Pop”
I Am The Avalanche    “Avalanche United”
Jungle    “Busy Earnin’ / The Heat Platoon” [Out 5/5]
Kinks, The    “Kinda Kinks” (180 Gram)
L0t.te    “Pressure Chant EP”
Le1f    “Hey” (+ D/L)[Out 5/5]
Lowest Form, The    “Negative Ecstasy”
Mansell, Clint    “In The Wall: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (RSD Late Arrival)
Maron, Marc    “Thinky Pain” (+ D/L)
Marott, Kasper    “KM Trax1”
Meyer, Matthias    “Becuz EP”
Monster Rally    “Coral” (+ D/L)
Montgomery, Roy    “324 E. 13th Street #7” (Gatefold 2LP)
MU330    “Ultra Panic”
Ninos Du Brasil    “Novos Misterios”
Nurse With Wound / Graham Bowers    “Parade” (2LP Gatefold)
Old Smokey    “Western Egg” (+ D/L)
Only, Evan    “No Matter What”
Ought    “More Than Any Other Day” (+ D/L)
Outer Space    “Phantom Center”
Pattern Is Movement    “Pattern Is Movement” (+ D/L) (Color)
Perry, Lee And The Upsetters    “Return Of Wax”
Phantogram    “Eyelid Movies” (+ D/L)
Pink Mountaintops    “Get Back” (+ D/L) (Color)
Pinnacle    “Assasin”
Prostitutes    “Petit Cochon”
Redshape    “Bonuz Beatz Vol. 1”
Refused    “The New Noise Theology E.P.”
Refused    “This Just Might Be The Truth”
Revolutionaries    “Musical Dub Attack”
Rizzatti, Walter    “1990: The Bronx Warriors (1990 I Guerrieri Del Bronx)”
Russell, Arthur    “The World Of Arthur Russell” (3LP)
Savages    “Fuckers / Dream Baby Dream: Live At The Forum, London 6 November 2013” (+ D/L)[Out 5/5]
Scientist    “…The Dub Album They Didn’t Want You To Hear!”
Sd Laika    “That’s Harakiri”
Seahawks    “Paradise Freaks”
Shook Ones    “Facetious Folly Feat” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra, Thee    “Hang On To Each Other”
Skatalites, The    “Rollin’ On: Ska Instrumentals Recorded Jamaica 1962/65”
Skatalites, The    “Kingston II”
Slint    “Spiderland”
Slipknot    “Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)” (Late RSD Arrival)
Thomas, Prins    “III” (+ CD)
Tiny Empires    “Weird Headspace”
Toussaint, Allen    “Southern Nights” (180 Gram)
Toussaint, Allen    “Life, Love And Faith” (180 Gram)
Traore, Aminata Wassidje    “Tamala” (180 Gram)
Tune-Yards    “Nikki*Nack” (Ltd. Ed. Red Vinyl + D/L) [Out 5/5]
Tyler, The Creator    “Wolf” (Ltd. Ed. 2LP Gatefold, Pink Vinyl + CD)
Various    “Bleep: 10” (Gas, Lone, Machinedrum, Oneohtrix Point Never…)
Various    “Everything Is Shit: Punk In Brussels 1977-79”
Walls / Oram    “Sound Houses”
Wooden Wand    “Farmer’s Corner”
Yalls    “United” (Clear Vinyl + D/L)
Yellowman    “Nobody Move Nobody Get Hurt.”
youAND : THEMACHINES    “Behind” (LP Reshaped)
Young, Neil    “Zuma.”
Young, Neil    “A Letter Home”

Black Mango    “Naked Venus / Soft Kicks”

Battle Lines    “Colonies”
Guantanamo Baywatch / Shannon And The Clams    “Mama / Love Kin” (/750)
Poison Idea / Pantera    “The Badge” (Side By Side Late RSD Arrival)
Sonics, The / Mudhoney    “Bad Betty / I Like It Small” (Late RSD Arrival)
Thievery Corporation    “(Untitled)” (Late RSD Arrival)
Tsunamis, Thee    “Delirium And Dark Waters”
United Nations    “Never Mind The Bombings Here’s Your Six Figures”
Various    “Fort George” (Modest Mouse, Black Mountain, Elliott Smith, Minus The Bear)
Warthog    “Prison”
White Lung    “Drown With The Monster / Snake Jaw”

Al Qadiri, Fatima    “Asiatisch”
Cold Cave    “Full Cold Moon (Compilation)”
Eno * Hyde    “Someday World” (Special Edition 2CD)
Hooded Menace    “Fulfill The Curse”
Kiddus I    “Rocking Rebel Volumes 1 & 2”
Oram, Daphne    “Oramics” (2CD)
Sigur Ros    “Agaetis Byrjun”
Tune-Yards    “Nikki*Nack” (Out 5/5)

Shindig Special Space Rock Issue
3-D    “3D Demo 2014” Cassette Tape


Volcano Choir Repave
Volcano Choir Repave 300
Hailing from Wisconsin, this indie/post-rock six-piece goes all-out with their grandiose blend of guitars, strings, synth and piano on their second album. They were formed from a collaboration of several Collections of Colonies of Bees members and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, so Volcano Choir’s multi-instrumental, ambient sound has inevitably drawn some Bon Iver comparisons (which Vernon disapproves of but is willing to tolerate.) His versatile singing is the closest real similarity, as the rest of the album’s elements come together for a distinct being. The centerpiece “Byegone” is easily my favorite, using a few minutes to build up for an enormously satisfying climax of crashing cymbals and soaring cellos amidst calls to “set sail!” The unexpected combination of tranquil guitar and bursts of high-speed space-synth made “Comrade” one of my favorites as well, as well as the gorgeous acoustic guitar and dynamic piano-filled opener “Tiderays.”
[Reviewer: Mark]

Suuns Images Du Futur
Suuns Images Du Futur 300
(Secretly Canadian)
If this Montreal four-piece’s vision of the future is accurate, it’ll be a mechanized, nonchalant-natured world of silvery, minimalist structures basking under a calmly glowing Sun. Suuns’ second album (produced by Jace Lasek from The Besnard Lakes) serves up forty-five minutes of krautrock-influenced electronic rock/post-punk, with endlessly driving beats, sterile guitar and bass and murmured vocals comparable to Clinic. Their minimalist instrumentation works particularly well on tracks such as the humidly lingering “Edie’s Dream” and the menacing, pulsing techno-fied “Bambi,” providing a variety of engaging electronic beats and rich post-punk strumming.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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