9th of May 2014 Update

9th of May 2014 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
3108    “3108” (+ D/L)
Alvarius B.    “What One Man Can Do With An Acoustic Guitar, Surely Another Can Do With His Hands Around The Neck Of God.”
Amen Dunes    “Love” (Ltd. Clear Vinyl Ed. + D/L)(5/13 Release Date)
Andrew Jackson Jihad    “Christmas Island” (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl + D/L)
Animal Collective    “Sung Tongs” (+ D/L)
Bell Biv Devoe    “Poison”
Black Keys, The    “Turn Blue”
Black Label Society, The    “Catacombs Of The Black Vatican” (+ D/L)
Blitz The Ambassador    “Afropolitan Dreams”
Breach    “Artis”
Brian Jonestown Massacre, The / Magic Castles    “The Brian Jonestown Massacre / Magic Castles” (Record Store Day 2014 Late Arrival)
Brigades    “Crocodile Tears.” (+ D/L)
Brokaw, Chris    “Now, Forager: A Film About Love And Fungi” (Original Soundtrack)
Chiodos    “Devil” (+ D/L)
Chvrches    “Lies”
Clouth, Rob    “Clockwork Atom / Islands Of Glass / The Descent”
Cute Heels    “Spiritual”
Dark Matter    “Dark Matter” (+ D/L)
Dead In The Manger    “Transience”
Doheny, Ned    “Separate Oceans”
Dozzy, Donato    “Teerzo Giorno”
Dupree, Nancy & The Ghetto Reality Youngsters    “Ghetto Reality”
FaltyDL    “Hardcourage” (+ D/L)
Few Nolder / Kurak    “My Holy Senses”
Fis    “Iterations” (5/13 Release Date)
Further Reductions    “Woodwork”
Goblin    “Suspiria: Un Film Di Dario Argento”
Goblin    “Roller”
Goblin (Simonetti, Pignatelli, Morante)    “Tenebre: Un Film Di Dario Argento”
Gondeln, Wendy    “Fracking”
Hiss Tracts    “Shortwave Nights” (Members Of GYBE/Set Fire To Flames/Growing/Total Life) (5/13 Release Date)
House Shoes    “House Shoes And Street Corner Music Present: Tuamie – The Gift Vol. 4…!!!!”
Howlin’ Rain    “Live Rain” (2LP Gatefold + D/L)
Incan Abraham    “Tolerance”
Kishi Bashi    “Lighght” (Ltd. Ed. Gold Vinyl + D/L) (5/13 Release Date)
Klaus Johann Grobe    “Im Sinne Der Zeit” (+ D/L)
Knight, Sonny    “I’m Still Here” (+ D/L)
Lake, Oliver    “NTU: Point From Which Creation Begins”
Lamontagne, Ray    “Supernova” (+ D/L)
Leimer, K.     “A Period Of Review (Original Recordings: 1975-1983)” (2LP + D/L)
Loffler, Christian    “Young Alaska” (LP + 7″)
M.I.A.    “Kala”
Madvillain    “Curls & All Caps”
Mammatus    “The Coast Explodes” (+ D/L)
Me First And The Gimme Gimmes    “Are We Not Men? We Are Diva!” (+ D/L)
Mollono.Bass    “Mollono.Bass & Friends Part One”
Morricone, Ennio    “The Good, The Bad And The Ugly” (Record Store Day Green Vinyl Edition + Special Insert)
Oh Sees, Thee    “Singles Collection Volumes 1 + 2” (+ D/L)
Only Crime    “Pursuance” (Ltd. Ed. Color + CD)
Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, The    “Days Of Abandon” (Deluxe 180 Gram + D/L)
Pixies    “Indie Cindy” (2LP Gatefold)
Porter, Dave    “Breaking Bad: Original Score From The Television Series” (2LP Gatefold + Poster)
Purling Hiss    “Dizzy Polizzy”
R.A. The Rugged Man    “Legendary Classics Volume 1”
Ras G    “Raw Fruit Vol. 1-2” (2LP + D/L)
Residents, The    “Residue Of The Residents” (2LP Gatefold Expanded Collection)
Roberts, John    “Ausio EP”
Salems Pot    “… Lurar Ut Dig Pa Prarien” (Orange/Red Vinyl)
Sandra Electronics    “Want Need”
Shearer, Dylan    “Garagearray” (+ D/L)
Silkworm    “Libertine” (2LP + CD)
Ski Patrol    “Versions Of A Life (Recordings 1979-81)”
Slayer    “Hell Awaits” (Picture Disc)
Slayer    “Christ Illusion” (Special Edition 180 Gram Mystery Vinyl)
Soma Holiday    “Shake Your Molecules”
Swans    “The Burning World”
Taraval    “Streetways”
Teledrome    “Teledrome”
Thee Majesty    “Live At The Pezner” (+ D/L)
Thou    “The Sacrifice”
Tobacco    “Ultima II Massage” (Yellow Vinyl + D/L) (5/13 Release Date)
Trek With Quintronic    “Landing Plus”
Twilight Nuages    “Twilight Nuages”
Tyler, William    “Lost Colony”
Vangaalen, Chad    “Shrink Dust” (+ D/L)
Various    “Modern Mayan: The Indian Music OF Chiapas, Mexico”
Williams, Pharrell    “GIRL” (+ D/L)
Wovenhand    “Refractory Obdurate” (Gatefold)
Wye Oak    “Shriek” (+ D/L)
Young Widows    “Easy Pain” (+ D/L With Bonus Tracks)(5/13 Release Date)

7L & Esoteric    “Drumulator (Beat Box – A Drum Machine Obsession)”
Back To Back    “Narcissist”
Exit, The    “The Exit E.P.” (Gatefold /500)
Future Punx    “999 / Livin’ In A Movie”
Guided By Voices    “All American Boy”
Guided By Voices    “Table At Fool’s Tooth” (+ D/L)
Residents, The    “Santa Dog” (2×7″ Gatefold)
Section Urbane    “The Final Program”

Atmosphere    “Southsiders”
Black Keys, The    “Turn Blue”
Cloak Of Altering    “Plague Beasts”
Dare, Douglas    “Whelm”
Death    “Leprosy” (2CD Deluxe Reissue)
Jackson, Michael    “Xscape” (Deluxe CD+DVD)
Lord Mantis    “Death Mask”
Lykke Li    “I Never Learn”
Paws    “Youth Culture Forever”
Salems Pot    “… Lurar Ut Dig Pa Prarien”
Tobacco    “Ultima II Massage” (5/13 Release Date)
Triptykon    “Melana Chasmata”
Wold    “Postsocial”
Wovenhand*    “Refractory/Obdurate”
Young Widows    “Easy Pain” (5/13 Release Date)

Donati, Roberto    “Cannibal Ferox: Original 1981 Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Gibbs, Freddie / Madlib    “Pinata”
Damu The Fudgemunk    “10 15 20 Favorite Sample Flips”


Celestial Shore 10x
Celestial Shore 10x
Last week, I saw this Brooklyn-based experimental three-piece open for Deerhoof (whose drummer Greg Saunier mixed this debut full-length.) Like a traditional rock band, Celestial Shore has a vocalist/guitarist (Sam Owens,) bassist (Greg Albert) and drummer (Max Almario.) Their music could be described as psychedelic pop rock mixed with abrupt, turn-on-a-dime jazz/math rock signatures. Lovely opener “Stairs Under Stars,” for example, uses harmonious vocal melodies to make it sound like The Unicorns and The Beach Boys keeping in time with labyrinth structures.  I also particularly enjoyed the trip down “Rabbit Hole,” effortlessly switching from a catchy indie-pop into to all-out free jazz improvisation to a pop vocal/math rock instrumentation hybrid to the original intro style.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Penny Penny Shaka Bundu [Reissue]
Penny Penny Shaka Bundu
(Awesome Tapes From Africa)
After being displaced from his South African home as a child, getting no formal education and toiling in several different jobs for years, Tsonga singer and dancer Penny Penny (born Giyani Kulani in 1962) began recording demos in the early 90s, but he wasn’t taken seriously at first. While the nation’s apartheid ended in April 1994, he was secretly teaching himself to use the equipment at the record label where he worked as a janitor. He was eventually caught, but rather than firing him, Tsonga disco producer Joe Shirimani allowed him to do an audition. The two worked together for seven days with a reel-to-reel tape, Atari computer and Korg M1 synthesizer to create Shaka Bundu, which sold a quarter of a million copies in South Africa and turned Penny Penny into a continent-touring sensation. He finally got international attention when blogger and DJ Brian Shimkovitz discovered a tape of this unique music a few years ago, around the same time Penny Penny had begun a political career. The album’s early 90s pop/club-style electronics include elements of pianos, strings and, most noticeably, steadily-pulsing house beats with Penny’s spirited vocals inspired by traditional Tsonga music and American stars such as Michael Jackson.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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