29th Of September 2017 Update

29th Of September 2017 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records


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LPs & 12″s
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Alborosie “Freedom In Dub”
Amadou & Mariam “La Confusion” (+CD)
Ambarchi, Oren “Stacte Karaoke II”
Anna Of The North “Anna Of The North” (Ltd. White Vinyl Debut Album)
Asian Psilocybe Foundation / DJ Yogurt & Moja “Neo Tokyo / Reconstruct”
Atom TM “Future Nights”
Black Moon “Enta Da Stage” (2LP Reissue)
Bourgeault, Patrice “Curses ‘N Chaos” (Soundtrack)
Bowie, David “A New Career In A New Town (1977-1982)” (13xLP Box Set)
Bradock, Pepe “#ATA017/12″@LAST”
Burma, J.F “Nomadic EP”
Cap’N Jazz “Analphabetapologhology” (180 Gram)
Carey, Mariah “Merry Christmas II You”
Carpenter, John “Christine: Original Motion Picture Score” (Blue Vinyl)
Chan, Jean “Wizorb: Video Game System Vinyl Soundtrack”
Coil “Another Brown World / Baby Food”
Crosby, David “Sky Trails” (2LP)
Digital Dance “Digital Dance 002”
DJ Bone “Black Patterns (LF RMX 001)”
Du-Rites, The “Greasy Listening” (J-Zone & Pablo Martin)
Edo.G / Shabaam Sahdeeq / Fokis “Recognize Your Power”
Elodie “Vieux Silence”
Ernie Fresh x Mophono x Egyptian Lover “California Colors”
Felly “Young Fel”
Flaming Lips, The “Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots” (Picture Disc)
Florist “If Blue Could Be Happiness” (Clear)
Gallo, Ron “Heavy Meta” (+ D/L)
House Of Styles “Vol. 2”
Ibeyi “Ash”
Jitwam. “WhereYouGonnaGo?”
Joan Of Arc “So Much Staying Alive And Lovelessness” (180 Gram Reissue)
Joan Of Arc “How Memory Works” (180 Gram)
Kabasa “Kabasa” (1980 Reissue)
King Jammy “Waterhouse Dub”
Kink “Perth”
Lemon Twigs, The “Brothers Of Destruction” (EP)
Leo, Ted “The Hanged Man”
Main Source “Breaking Atoms” (30th Anniversary Special Release)
Maine “V” (Numbered /300)
Maytals, The “From The Roots” (1970 Trojan Classic)
Metallica “Hardwired… To Self Destruct” (Ltd. Pink Vinyl)
Montano, Gabriel Garzon “Jardin (Instrumentals)”
Motionless In White “Graveyard Shift” (+D/L)
Motorhead “Motorhead”
Mr. Brady “Speechless (Instrumentals)”
My Chemical Romance “I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love” (Picture Disc)
Ngozi Family, The (Featuring Chris Zebby Tembo) “Heavy Connection”
Nolan The Ninja “Yen”
Ortolani, Riz “Day Of Anger: Original Soundtrack”
Os Mutantes “Os Mutantes” (+ CD)
Ossia “Gridlock”
Pearl Jam “Let’s Play Two: Live At Wrigley Field – Music From The Danny Clinch Film”
Perrey, Jean-Jacques “Musique Electonique Du Cosmos: Electron Music From Outer Space”
Perrey, Jean-Jacques “Jean-Jacques Perrey Et Son Ondioline”
Perry, Lee “Scratch” & Subatomic Sound System “Super Ape Returns To Conquer” (+CD)
Piccioni, Piero “Cadaveri Eccellenti: Colonna Sonora Originale” (Soundtrack)
Primus “The Desaturating Seven” (Rainbow Splatter Colored Vinyl + D/L)
Protomartyr “Relatives In Descent” (Ltd. Blue Vinyl + D/L + Zine)
Sanders, Pharaoh Quintet “Pharaoh Sanders Quintet” (ESP-DISK 1003)
Severed Heads “Come Visit The Big Bigot”
Stone Temple Pilots “Core” (25th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition 4CD, 1DVD, 180 Gram LP)
Sully “Escape”
Superpitcher “The Golden Ravedays” (+ D/L)
Taking Back Sunday “Louder Now”
Tejada, John “Ceol”
Torres “Three Futures”
U-Roy “Version Galore”
Various “Lost Library” (Jane Weaver, Noveller, Death & Vanilla)
Various “The Gamelan Of The Walking Warriors: Gamelan Beleganjur And The Music Of The Ngaben Funerary Ritual In Bali” (+ D/L)
Various “Monika Werkstat Remixes”
Various “Twin Peaks: Limited Event Series Soundtrack” (Neon Green)
Washington, Kamasi “Harmony Of Difference”
Weeping Icon “Eyeball Under”
Whitefield Brothers, The “Earthology”
Your Old Droog “Your Old Droog”


7″s

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Converge “I Can Tell You About Pain”
Insist “Here & Now” (Orange)
Kill Emil “O’Jogo / Tambo”
Maniac “Funeral Of The World” (MA HC)


CDs

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Big L “Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous” (20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)
Bowie, David “A New Career In A New Town (1977-1982)” (11xCD Box)
D33J “Death Valley Oasis”
Frost, Ben “The Centre Cannot Hold”
Masta Killa “Loyalty Is Royalty”
Numan, Gary “Savage: Songs From A New World”
Perry, Lee “Scratch” & Subatomic Sound System “Super Ape Returns To Conquer”
Primus “The Desaturating Seven”
Propagandhi “Victory Lap”
Protomartyr “Relatives In Descent”
Rock “Rockness A.P.”
Stone Temple Pilots “Core” (2CD Deluxe Ed.)
Torres “Three Futures”
Washington, Kamasi “Harmony Of Difference”
World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, The “Always Foreign”
Your Old Droog “Your Old Droog”


Tapes

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Prawn “Run” (TSR177)
Various “Nidhogg II: Original Game Soundtrack” (APR 107CS)


Reviews

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Temples
Volcano
(Fat Possum)
On their first album Sun Structures, British band Temples created a melodic sound that captured the trippy appeal of traditional psychedelic pop. This sophomore album goes in a new direction with layers of luminous synth, with the result being a huge, neo-psychedelic wall of music that sounds like it could fill arenas (including my favorite tracks “Born into the Sunset” and “Strange or Be Forgotten”).
[Reviewer: Mark]


East India Youth
Culture of Volume
(XL)
Currently going by his real name William Doyle, East India Youth was the moniker of this British-born electronic musician for four years (inspired by the East India Docks area of East London, where he claimed to feel “creatively reborn”.) Indeed, his work can be described as lush synthpop with refreshing ambient and experimental arrangements of electronics, strings, vocals and beats. His range of work includes the elaborate, upbeat techno of the nearly seven-minute “Hearts That Never” and the hypnotically soothing, dream-like chill-out “Carousel”.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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