Manic Presents / Premier Concerts Update 07-18-2019

The weekly Manic Presents Redscroll Blog is back! You know the drill, we’re here to fill you in on the newest show announcements and remind you of the other great live events we have in store. Just announced at College Street Music Hall – Progressive rock act Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin is set to perform the live score to the 1975 Italian giallo film “Deep Red (Profondo Rosso)” on Saturday (9/21). At Space Ballroom – Largely instrumental psychedelic rock outfit Earthless performs with Maggot Heart and Sacri Monti on Friday (10/11), six-sister acapella group and viral sensation Cimorelli plays a matinee show on Saturday (10/19), country blues three-piece The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band will hit the stage with former Carolina Chocolate Drops member Dom Flemons and the Legendary Shack Shakers own JD Wilkes on Sunday (11/17). Don’t forget to grab your tickets today!

This week’s show schedule begins TONIGHT (7/18) with Comedian Nick Kroll at College Street Music Hall! Friday (7/19) features two great shows with Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes, Better Oblivion Community Center) at Wall Street Theater in Norwalk with Joanna Sternberg and iconic alt-rock duo Local H at Space Ballroom with opener Marvelous Liars. The very next night (7/20), Bay Area rockers Midnight North (feat. Grahame Lesh – son of Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh) play at the Space Ballroom with support from The Backyard Committee and Tracy Jo & The Toads. Coming to Cafe Nine as part of our Manic Monday music series on Monday (7/22), funeral doom metal group UN will share the stage with Wormwitch and Chained to the Bottom of the Ocean. On Tuesday (7/23) Space Ballroom welcomes a co-headlining show featuring Real Estate’s own Martin Courtney with New York via Chicago singer-songwriter Ryley Walker. Closing out a jam-packed string of shows, Loma Prieta and Jeromes Dream co-headline Space Ballroom featuring very special guests They and the Children and CORRODE (feat. former members of Orchid and Ampere). It’s a busy week for Connecticut shows, so get your tickets before it’s too late!

CONTEST TIME! Enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to Kurt Vile & The Violators at College Street Music Hall on Friday, July 26th as well as a signed vinyl copy of Bottle It In!
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T-USED-DAY Update for July 16th, 2019

T-USED-DAY Update for July 16th, 2019
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Here are some of the latest used arrivals at the shop. Keep in mind this doesn’t include any of the CDs or many of the LPs in the general rock/pop/jazz/anything-in-the-back-room that we get in. This list also builds over the course of a week so sometimes some items are no longer in stock by the time this is posted. We try to avoid that, but it happens. Call ahead if there’s a particular release you’re curious about. These are the in-store prices – if you’d like to find any of these online please visit us here:

LPs & 12″s
10,000 Maniacs “In My Tribe” $7.00
2 Pac “Do For Love” $3.00
A-Bones “The Life Of Riley” $12.00
AC/DC “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap” (Club Edition) $8.00
AC/DC “Flick Of The Switch” $6.00
Adams, Ryan “Demolition” $5.00
Bangles “Everything” $8.00
Barry, John “Thunderball” (Sealed) $8.00
Barry, John “Octopussy” (Sealed) $7.00
Barry, Tim “28th & Stonewall” (Black / White) $10.00
Beach Boys “Pet Sounds” (Mono, 2008 Pressing) $14.00
Beaverteeth “Beaverteeth” $8.00
Beck “Warning Phase” (Sealed) $14.00
Beggar’s Opera “Act One” $30.00
Belle & Sebastian “The Life Pursuit” $17.00
Big Dipper “Crashes On The Platinum Planet” (Blue) $9.00
Black Lips “Let It Bloom” $10.00
Black Sabbath “Heaven And Hell” $17.00
Black Sabbath “Past Lives” (Sealed) $21.00
Black Sabbath “Heaven And Hell” $13.00
Black Sabbath “Technical Ecstasy” (2016 Reissue White Vinyl) $14.00
Black Sabbath “Mob Rules” $15.00
Blue Oyster Cult “Fire Of Unknown Origin” $8.00
Bowie, David “The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars” $30.00
Bowie, David “Let’s Dance” (Club Edition) $12.00
Brigman, George “Jungle Rot” (Clear Vinyl 2005 Reissue) $23.00
Brigman, George & Split “I Can Hear The Ants Dancin'” (1995 Pressing) $16.00
Brown, Tony Band “Tony Brown Band” $7.00
Buzzcocks “Operators Manual” $25.00
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Manic Presents / Premier Concerts Update 07-12-2019

Manic Presents / Premier Concerts Guest Post:

We’re back with our weekly Manic Presents Redscroll Blog! As usual, we’re here to share some exciting show announcements and remind you of the great shows happening. Just announced at College Street Music Hall – electronic pop duo, Phantogram with Bob Moses on Wednesday (9/4) and jazz and soul-influenced pop band Lake Street Drive on Tuesday (10/8). At Space Ballroom – SNL cast member and comedian Pete Davidson performs an intimate show on Saturday (7/27), LGBTQ+ podcast Food 4 Thot Live! on Friday (8/2), electronic musician Com Truise on Wednesday (9/18), the brainchild of Kevin Barnes, of Montreal, with Locate S,1 on Saturday (10/26), and Nashville-based singer-songwriter Liza Anne in the Front Room on Tuesday (11/12). And lastly and as part of as part of our weekly Manic Monday series at Cafe Nine – psychedelic afro-soul revivalists The Gentleman Brawlers with Thabisa and Ro Godwynn on (8/12). Don’t forget to grab your tickets and RSVP today!

This week’s show schedule begins with Low Cut Connie with Jelani Sei on Sunday (7/14) at Space Ballroom. On Monday (7/15) Nashville via Havana neo soul band Sweet Lizzy Project with Esor Rose and Fernanda and The Ephemeral come to Cafe Nine as part of our Manic Monday music series. On Tuesday (7/16) Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul featuring founding member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, Steven Van Zandt, come to College Street Music Hall. And finally, on Wednesday (7/17), post/progressive rock band Covet with Vasudeva and Holy Fawn come to Space Ballroom. Be sure to get your tickets today!

CONTEST TIME! Enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to Conor Oberst at Wall Street Theater (Norwalk) on Friday, July 19th and a 7” vinyl of No One Changes!
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12th Of July 2019 Update

12th Of July 2019 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
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LPs & 12″s

Abbath “Outstrider”
Airto “Sama De Flora” (Soul Jazz Reissue)
Appleseed Cast, The “The Fleeting Light Of Impermanence” (Ltd. Ed. Colored Vinyl with Embossed Packaging)
ATKi2 “Requiem”
Beastwars “IV”
Black Keys, The “Let’s Rock”
Black To Comm “Before After”
Bleached “Don’t You Think You’ve Had Enough?” (Ltd. Ed. Opaque Cream Vinyl + D/L)
Buffalo Springfield “Again” (Reissue)
Buffalo Springfield “Buffalo Springfield” (Reissue)
Buffalo Springfield “Last Time Around” (Reissue)
Church Of Misery “Master Of Brutality” (Reissue)
Clark, Sanford “They Call Me Country”
Cortex “Spinal Injuries” (Clear & Black Vinyl Available – Deluxe Reissue + D/L)
Daisies “What Are You Waiting For?”
Davies, Daniel “Soeurs De Glisse: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Ltd. Ed. Color + D/L)
Drab Majesty “Modern Mirror” (Standard Black & Red Vinyl Both Available + D/L)
Espectrostatic “Silhouette” (Ltd. Ed. /500 Color Vinyl)
Galactic Protector “Evening” (The Sword’s Brian Richie, Ltd. Ed. Yellow + D/L)
Gang Starr “Step Into The Arena” (Urban Legends Reissue)
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Announcing: Phemale “Mono No Aware Pt. 1” Cassette

We are releasing a cassette version of Phemale, “Mono No Aware Pt. 1” and it comes out on July 19th! Next Friday! It is a very limited release of just 25 tapes so you’ll want to hop on this one. The “City Silk” release on LP we did with Phemale in 2013 still gets a steady play here and we’re super stoked to be able to do this one!

As opposed to “City Silk” this one (Mono) is without vocals and is a soundtrack component to a short film (if you came to the sold out Boy Harsher show at State House you got a viewing of it). If you’re familiar with the theatrical aspect of the Phemale live show the next step in his metamorphosis into a beautiful lunar moth is here (ok, I might be reaching now, but you get it).

Still very much in the cold wave minimal style with leanings toward other otherworldly beat-makers and still very compelling and begging for a re-listen often.


Phemale on bandcamp.
Phemale on Free Music Archive.