27th Of June 2014 Update

27th Of June 2014 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

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LPs & 12″s
A Sunny Day In Glasgow    “Sea When Absent”
A Winged Victory For The Sullen    “ATOMOS VII”
Abenaa    “Tuesday’s Child”
Afrobeat Makers    “Afrobeat Makers Vol. 2: Tony Allen Rhythms Revisited”
Baron Zen    “At The Mall”
Bauer, Peter Matthew    “Liberation!” (/1,500 + D/L)
Big Freedia    “Just Be Free” (Gatefold)
Black Bananas    “Electric Brick Wall”
Blanc, Donovan    “Donovan Blanc” (+ D/L)
Blessed State    “Head Space” (+ D/L)
Bonobo    “Ten Tigers.”
Cantu, D’Marc    “Long Weekend”
Diamond Version    “CI”
Drcarlsonalbion    “Gold (Parts I-XXIV)”
Earth    “Hex; Or Printing In The Infernal Method” (2014 Repress)
Ethos    “Ethos”
Every Time I Die    “From Parts Unknown” (+ CD)
Flowdan    “Serious Business EP”
Foxing    “The Albatross”
Fu Manchu    “Gigantoid”
Goodiepal    “Morendo Morendo – My Paris Is Called Colchester” (3LP)
Gunn, Steve & Mike Cooper    “Cantos De Lisboa” (Frkwys Vol. 11)
Hawthorne Heights    “The Silence In Black & White Acoustic”
Jad Fair & Danielson    “Solid Gold Heart” (+ D/L)
Jones, Sharon And The Dap-Kings    “Dap-Dippin’ With… Sharon Jones And The Dap-Kings” (Remastered! + Duet W/ Lee Fields)
Makthaverskan    “II” (Transparent Red)
Minor Science    “Noble Gas”
Mirah    “Changing Light” (+ D/L)
No Warning    “Suffer, Survive”
OC    “Smoke And Mirrors”
Phork    “High End” (+ D/L)
Pink Floyd    “The Division Bell” (20th Ann. Ed. 2LP 180 Gram + D/L)
Saint Etienne    “Tiger Bay” (180 Gram)
Secret Cities    “Walk Me Home” (+ D/L)
Slavve    “Slavve” (Color Vinyl + D/L)
Sleaford Mods    “Divide And Exit”
Slum Village    “Slum Village”
Small Brown Bike / The Casket Lottery    “Small Brown Bike And The Casket Lottery” (180 Gram)
Sneeze    “Wilt”
Stevens, Sufjan    “Enjoy Your Rabbit” (2LP Color Vinyl + D/L)
Strand Of Oaks    “Heal” (Ltd. Ed. Clear Vinyl + D/L)
Tonstartssbandht    “Overseas”
Vanadium    “The Existence”
Various    “Paris Presents Hard Truth Soldiers”
Various    “The Ecstasy Of Gold: 22 Killer Bullets From The Spaghetti West Vol. 2”
Ween    “Chocolate And Cheese” (180 Gram)
Westerberg, Paul    “14 Songs” (180 Gram)
White Hex    “Gold Nights” (+ D/L)
White Reaper    “White Reaper” (180 Gram Clear Pink + D/L)
Wilson, Gary    “Mary Had Brown Hair”
Zig-Zags    “Zig-Zags” (+ D/L)

Entombed    “Wolverine Blues” (2×10″)

Dropdead / Systematic Death    “Fighting For Life”
Various    “Hits From The Streets Volume II” (King Bitch, Jawws, Study Hall, Gnarwhal)
Zig-Zags    “Brainded Warrior”

Alraune    “The Process Of Self-Immolation”
Auroch    “Taman Shud”
Dozzy, Donato    “K” (2014 Edition, Further Records)
Matthewdavid    “In My World”
Parquet Courts    “Sunbathing Animal”
Sage Francis    “Copper Gone”
Various    “Role: New Sounds Of Brazil / Novos Sons Do Brasil” (2LP)

Slayer VOl. X Past Present Forever (Hardcover Metal Magazine)


Destruction Unit Deep Trip
(Sacred Bones)
Describing this Arizona band’s music as “loud rock” is an understatement: it’s a no-holds-barred mix of noise-punk (leaning more toward the former) with psychedelic rock. Originally formed about a decade ago when lead singer Ryan Rousseau was with the Reatards, Destruction Unit’s sound is ghostly, spacey and ultra-gritty. There are bracingly screeching guitars, exhaustingly intense drums and personality-infused vocals that remind me of Glenn Danzig and even Jello Biafra. The more “normal” psychedelic passages are mind-expanding enough as it is, but when the truly intense moments kick in, it’s absolutely bracing. Opener “The World On Drugs” covers a great mix of brutal noise, blazing intensity and druggy disorientation, all explored in varying amounts throughout. “Final Flight” brings me the closest I’ve felt to the sensation of storm-force winds pinning my to the back of my seat, blasting through clouds of feedback.
[Reviewer: Mark]

High Spirits High Spirits
High Spirits High Spirits 300
(Hells Headbangers)
This limited seven-inch – released in April shortly before the full-length record You Are Here – features this Chicago band’s namesake song and a B-side, capturing what can be described as a throwback inspired by old-school metal (Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Kiss, etc.) The catchy title track is all about seeing said spirits in the night sky, lighting up with an unmistakably classic headbanging sound with soaring vocals and an electrifying solo. B-side “Night After Night” is a great follower, serving as an ode to another immense force: love, as in falling for someone unknown.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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