5th Of January 2018 Update

5th Of January 2018 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

0 [Phase] “Submerged Metropolitan”
2Pac “All Eyez On Me” (4LP)
Alcest “Souvenirs D’ Un Autre Monde” (10 Year Ann. Ed.)
All “Allroy Sez….”
Andy, Horace “Good Vibes” (Blood & Fire Collection Remastered)
Blood Incantation “Starspawn”
Brame & Hamo “Trants EP”
Cult Of Luna “Cult Of Luna”
Dixon, Kyle & Michael Stein “Stranger Things 2: A Netflix Original Series” (Inter-Dimensional Blue)
Further Reductions “Disparate Elements”
Glass Animals “How To Be A Human Being” (+ D/L)
Goatwhore “Vengeful Ascension” (+D/L)
Golden Teacher “No Luscious Life”
I The Mighty “Where The Mind Wants To Go / Where You Let It Go” (Blue/500)
Jaya The Cat “A Good Day For The Damned”
Juju & Jordash “Live Vol. 1”
Lapin Helvetti “Lapin Helvetti”
Ne Obliviscaris “Citadel” (/200 Blue Vinyl)
Opium Warlords “Vol. 4: Droner”
Queen “A Day At The Races”
Red Death “Formidable Darkness”
Satoshi & Makoto “In A Corner Of Asia / Tous Les Jours”
Scandroid “Monochrome”
Sinistro “Sangue Cassia” (/300 2LP)
Summoning “With Doom We Come”
Swift, Taylor “Reputation” (2LP Picture Disc)
Various “Space Rock: An Interstellar Traveller’s Guide” (3LP Set, Hawkwind, Gong, Can, Tangerine Dream…)
Watain “Trident Wolf Eclipse” (Black & Red Vinyl Available)
Young, Neil & The Promise Of The Real “The Visitor”


Bowie, David “Beauty & The Beast” (Picture Disc, 40th Ann. Ed.)
Vein “Self-Destruct”


Diamond Head “Death And Progress”
Shining “X – Varg Utan Flock”
Sinistro “Sangue Cassia”
Watain “Trident Wolf Eclipse”
Wormwitch “Strike Mortal Soil”


Horrid “Fetishist” (Tru Freak #7)



Hierophants Parallax Error
(Aarght! / Goner)
Hailing from Australia, this post-punk quartet sounds straight from the 80s with a stark synth-driven sound and deadpan lyrics about nervousness and uncertainty. Opener “Stress” initially teases with the “Johnny B. Goode” riff before melting into the track’s real mutated-but-catchy guitar-and-organ vibe. The Devo-like “Nervous Tic” is fascinating with its driving, ever-morphing sound, unpredictably wavering among unconventional tempos and time signatures.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Nic Hessler
Soft Connections
(Captured Tracks)
This indie jangle-pop singer-guitarist got his start under the moniker Catwalk as a teenager, but after a period in which a rare autoimmune disorder paralyzed him, he decided to go by his real name after he recovered. His re-energized sound is brimming with life, comparable to XTC and Alex Chilton: lead single “Hearts, Repeating” has shimmering guitar and an upbeat energy despite touching on feelings of being left behind in a relationship. I enjoyed the closing title track a lot too, tenderly looking for solace (“take me where my soul can sleep / who knows if I’ll ever find a way”).
[Reviewer: Mark]

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