19th Of September 2014 Update (Aphex Twin Listening Party)

19th Of September 2014 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

Aphex Twin Listening Party
Sunday at 2PM we’ll be listening to the new Aphex Twin album, “Syro,” and on Tuesday we start selling it. If you come Sunday you get a sneak peak and some free swag (pictured) so come check it out!

LPs & 12″s
Aleph Null    “Nocturnal” (Orange) (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Alt-J    “This Is All Yours” (Spec. Ed. Color Vinyl + D/L)
Anjou    “Anjou”
Apartment 213    “Cleveland Power Violence”
Aphex Twin    “Syro” (3LP) [Release Date 9-23-14]
Arctic Monkeys    “Whatever People Say That I Am, That’s What I Am Not”
Bad Luck 13 Riot Extravaganza    “Bats On The Dance Floor” (Picture Disc)
Bird, Andrew    “Things Are Really Great here, Sort Of…”
Blood Brothers    “Crimes” (Pink/White + D/L)
Boris & Merzbow    “Sun Baked Snow Cave” (/1200) [Release Date 9-23-14]
Brand New    “The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me” (Gatefold)
Call Super    “Suzi Ecto” (2LP)
Chest Pain    “Weltschmerz”
Cibo Matto    “Hotel Valentine”
Code Bmus    “Strike Now”
Collins, Dave & Ansell    “Double Up!! 14 Killer Cuts From Jamaica’s Finest Duo”
Demon Fuzz    “Afreaka!”
Dinosaur Jr.     “Without A Sound”
Djawadi, Ramin    “Game Of Thrones: Music From the HBO Series Season 4” (180 Gram Ltd. Ed. Numbered Coloured Vinyl)
Dwarves    “Intented Rock & Roll” (+ D/L)
Estrogen Highs    “Hear Me On The Number Station” (Tour Edition)
Flugel, Roman    “Happiness Is Happening” (2LP)
Frahm, Nils    “The Bells”
Frahm, Nils    “Felt”
Frameworks    “Loom” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Front Bottoms, The    “Rose” (One Sided EP With Etching + D/L)
Giacchino, Michael    “Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes” (180 Gram)
Hawkes, Marquis    “Fifty Fathoms Deep”
High Water    “High Water”
Holy Sons    “The Fact Facer” (Emil Amos Of Om, Grails)
Hostage Calm    “Die On Stage” (Dark Red Vinyl; First run of copies here comes with dog tags, stickers and a poster and you can enter to win tickets to the release show and a copy of the test press!)
Hudson Mohawke    “Chimes”
Ignite    “Call On My Brothers”
Information Society    “_hello world”
Jesse Ruins    “Fractured Holy Symmetry” (/250 White Vinyl + D/L)
Joy    “Under The Spell Of Joy” (+ D/L)
Kaleidoscope    “Faintly Blowing” (180 Gram)
Locked Groove    “Thesseus”
Louis C.K.    “Oh My God” (2LP)
Madball    “Hardcore Lives” (Gatefold)
Miami Dolphins, The    “Becky” (+ D/L)
Minott, Sugar    “The Roots Lover 1978-1983”
Moloch    “Die Isolation” (/300 White Vinyl + D/L)
Monolord    “Empress Rising” (Yellow)
My Iron Lung    “Relief” (Ltd. Color + D/L)
Myrkur    “Myrkur” (+ D/L)
Nagual    “Nagual”
Napalm Christ    “Napalm Christ”
Neuroot    “Macht Kaputt Wass Euch Kaputt Macht”
Opal Onyx    “Delta Sands”
Orchid    “Totality” (Singles Collection + 1 Unrleleased Song)
Pan-Pot    “Grey Matter”
Prawn    “You Can Just Leave It All”
Radiator Hospital    “Torch Song”
Radon    “28” (Remastered + D/L + CD)
Ritual Mess    “Vile Art”
Rival Consoles    “Sonne”
Sacrificio    “Sacrificio”
Sainte Anthony’s Fyre    “Sainte Anthony’s Fyre”
Scntst    “Forever Sixteen”
Slapshot    “Slapshot”
Slipknot    “Slipknot” (Picture Disc)
Tarrakian    “The Swarm”
This Will Destroy You    “This Will Destroy You” (Reissue With New Art Gatefold)
Tobar, Ricardo    “Hundreds/Garden” (+ D/L)
Tweedy (Jeff Of Wilco)    “Sukierae” (+ CD)
Van Droogenbroeck, Joel    “Meditations Vol. 1”
Van Droogenbroeck, Joel    “Meditations Vol. 2”
Van Wissem, Josef And Jim Jarmusch    “Concerning The Entrance Into Eternity”
Various    “Love, Peace & Poetry: Japanese Psychedelic Music”
Various    “Love, Peace & Poetry: African Psychedelic Music”
Various    “Judgment Night: Music From The Motion Picture” (180 Gram)
Whirr    “Sway” (Cream/Brown/Black)
Yabby You & The Prophets    “Deeper Roots Part 2 (More Dubs & Rarities)”
Zenker, Dario    “Morsin”
Zex Model    “First Mutation” (/300 Red Vinyl + D/L With Bonus Material)

Muhammad, Ali Shaheed    “Souls Of Mischief ‘There Is Only Now’ Remix” (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl)
You Blew It!    “You Blue It” (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl)

Bowie, David    “Knock On Wood” (Picture Disc)
Budos Band, The    “Burnt Offering / Seizure”
Call Super    “Sulu Sekou”
Frameworks    “Small Victories” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Gehenna    “Funeral Embrace”
Noisem    “Consumed” (Red)
Sick Thoughts    “Need No One”
Terry Malts    “Insides EP”
Thulsa Doom    “The P.C. EP”
Torso (T0RSÖ)    “Community Psychosis”
Well, The    “Mortal Bones” (White & Grey Copies)
White Pages    “The White Pages (Please Kill Them)”
White Pages    “Bam Bam E.P.”

Aphex Twin    “Syro” [Release Date 9-23-14]
Bird, Andrew    “Things Are Really Great Here, Sort Of…”
Cohen, Leonard    “Popular Problems”
Hostage Calm    “Die On Stage” (See LP Description For More Fun!)
Myrkur    “Myrkur”
Various    “Can You Dig It? The Music And Politics Of Black Action Films 1968-75” (2CD + 100 Page Book)
Various    “Hyperdub 10.3”
Well, The    “Samsara”

Cassette Tapes
808 State    “Ninety” (Red & Blue Versions)
808 State    “Ex:el” (Clear/Metallic  & Black Versions)
Apoptygma Berzerk    “Welcome To Earth” (Yellow)
Apoptygma Berzerk    “7” (+ D/L)
Coachwhips    “Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine” (White Cassette)
Guided By Voices    “Let’s Go Eat The Factory”
Guided By Voices    “The Bears For Lunch”
Guided By Voices    “Motivational Jumpsuit”
Guided By Voices    “Class Clown Spots A UFO”
Muhammad, Ali Shaheed (Of A Tribe Called Quest)    “Souls Of Mischief ‘There Is Only Now’ Remix”
Smokey Emery    “Soundtracks For Invisibility Vol. III” (White Cassette)
Various    “An Unmarketed Product: Guided By Voices Songs By Other People” (Bad Paintings)
Whirr    “Sway” (White Cassette)


United Nations The Next Four Years
United Nations The Next Four Years 300
(Temporary Residence Ltd.)
Originating in New York City in 2005, this “screamo-powerviolence” supergroup remains mostly hidden behind Ronald Reagan masks, though it’s been hinted and revealed that members have been with bands such as Pianos Become the Teeth, Converge, Glassjaw and Thursday (Geoff Rickly is their non-anonymous lead singer.) They’ve been releasing material since 2008, even after their self-titled debut was banned from stores for its original Beatles-engulfed-in-flames artwork and the actual United Nations organization ordered the removal of their Facebook and Myspace pages. Their second album The Next Four Years is a fitting representation of the members’ hardcore and emo backgrounds, blending Converge’s heaviness and speed, Thursday’s unbridled emotion and Pianos Become The Teeth’s post-hardcore structures. One other band that unexpectedly came to mind is Liturgy: the high-soaring guitars, roaring vocals and pummeling drums all melded together in a similarly compelling fashion.
[Reveiwer: Mark]

The Rosebuds Sand + Silence
he Rosebuds Sand silence 300
(Western Vinyl)
Comprised of core members Ivan Howard and Kelly Crisp (both vocalists and multi-instrumentalists) who met in college in North Carolina in 2001, this folk band’s latest album is brimming with lively, upbeat indie-pop. There are layers of synth, organs, piano, guitars, percussion and more coming together for a rich, breathing sound that’s both alive and accessible. The title track is one of my favorites, with lyrics concerning complex romantic feelings (“sometimes I don’t understand the sand and silence instead / of loving like you want to.”) There’s a lot more positivity on more upbeat numbers, such as a cheerful ode to the simple pleasure of going out “Walking” and exploring the world alone together.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Toh Kay & Sycamore Smith You by Me: Vol. II
Toh Kay & Sycamore Smith You by Me Vol. II
(Pentimento Music Company)
Streetlight Manifesto’s lead singer-guitarist-songwriter Toh Kay started this split series in 2010, when he and MU330’S Dan. P did acoustic/folk covers of each other’s songs. Four years later, Kay is back to swap songs with good-humored folk musician Sycamore Smith from The Muldoons. Both parties translate their covers really well to express their talents, kicking off with Kay’s irresistibly fun take on Smith’s house-of-ill-repute ode “Shantantitty Town” and ending with Smith giving the tender acoustic treatment to Streetlight’s anti-suicide “A Better Place, A Better Time.”
[Reviewer: Mark]

As ever, if you’re viewing from a non-drivable distance please check what we have for sale (these titles and more) at http://www.discogs.com/seller/Redscroll