23rd of March 2012 Update + 2 Notes!

23rd of March 2012 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

Quickly, before I get into the stock list for the week I’d like to draw your attention to a couple things.

1. Follow us on our YouTube Channel so you can see videos like this one with our own Al D.:


2. Follow us on Tumblr where we’re going to be posting the more fun side of things (we aren’t going to just cross post – there will be no stock updates there, for instance). Each part of the internet for each purpose is what I always say (that’s actually the first time I’ve ever formed that sentence).


LPs & 12″s
Altar Of Flies    “Forruttnelsen”
Axxess    “Novels For The Moons (180 Gram Yellow Vinyl /1000)”
Bane    “Give Blood (Gatefold Reissue)”
Batida    “Batida (180 Gram + D/L)”
Beatles, The    “Yesterday And Today (Unnoficial, “Butcher” Cover)”
Birch Book    “A Hand Full Of Days (Gatefold)”
Black Sun    “Paralyser”
Blackhouse & Hypnoskull    “Comin’ On Strong (/250)”
Blood Axis    “Born Again (2LP)”
B-Movie    “Early Years (1979-1984)”
Brighter Death Now    “Very Little Fun (4LP Set)”
Brutal Truth    “End Time (Ltd. Ed. Colored vinyl)”
Cain, David    “The Seasons: From The BBC Schools Radio Series Drama Workshop Presented By Derek Bowskill (Poems By Ronald Duncan; Radiophonic Music By David Cain)”
Casey Jones    “I Hope We’re Not The Last”
Clikatat Ikatowi    “Orchestrated And Conducted By Clikatat Ikatowi”
Control / Sixes    “Control / Sixes”
Cramps, The    “Rare Tracks: Demo, Rehersals, B Sides, Sountracks”
Darabi / Tim Paris    “Items & Things – Various Items 2”
Death In June    “Cathedral Of Tears (w/ 7″ PIC DISC)”
Death In June    “Cathedral Of Tears “
Death In June    “White Hands Of Death”
Der Blutharsch    “Flying High! (2LP Gatefold)”
Der Blutharsch And The Infinite Church Of The Leading Hand    “The Story About The Digging (Gatefold)”
Derdiyoklar Iklisi    “Disko Folk (Anadolu Pop 1979)”
Devil’s Blood, The    “The Thousandfold Epicentre (Gatefold 2LP)”
Dilloway, Aaron    “Modern Jester (Gatefold 2LP)”
DogPop    “PopGod”
Drudkh    “Eternal Turn Of The Wheel (+ D/L)”
Estrogen Highs    “Irrelevant Future (+ D/L)”
Fenn O’Berg    “In Hell”
Gentleman Jesse    “Leaving Atlanta (+ D/L)”
Golden Boys, The    “Dirty Fingernails (+ D/L)”
Jimi Hendrix Experience    “Are You Experienced?”
Joy Division    “Closer To The Unknown Treasures Vol. 2”
Joy Division    “In A Lonely Place”
Joy Division    “Factory By The Moonlight”
Led Zeppelin    “Led Zeppelin “
Magic Castles    “Magic Castles (2LP Gatefold)”
Merzbow / Marhaug    “Mer Mar”
MMM / Old Apparatus    “MMM & Old Apparatus”
Mount Carmel    “Real Women (+ D/L)”
Pedestrian Deposit    “Kithless”
Pink Floyd    “A Piece For Aserted Lunatics (2xLP)”
Pink Floyd    “Animals (Color Vinyl)”
Pink Floyd    “The Pink Floyd Happening At The “:Golden Circle” (Golden Circle, Stockholm 10/09/67)”
Pink Floyd    “Remember A Day”
Pink Floyd    “A Saucerful Of Secrets”
Pins Of Light    “II (+ D/L)”
Pollard, Robert    “Mouseman Cloud (+ D/L)”
Pulp    “Freaks (180 Gram 2LP Remastered & Repackaged + Bonus Disc + Liner Notes From Everett True)”
Pulp    “Separations (180 Gram Deluxe Edition Remastered & Repackaged + Bonus Tracks D/L + Liner Notes From Everett True)”
Pulp    “It. (180 Gram Deluxe Edition Remastered & Repackaged + Bonus Tracks D/L + Liner Notes From Everett True)”
Rolling Stones, The    “Speciality Of The House”
S/S/S (Serengeti, Sufjan Stevens, Son Lux)    “Beak & Claw”
Saschienne    “Unknown (Sascha Funke + Julienne Dessagne; + CD)”
Shins “Port Of Morrow” (Back IN!)
Skabbs, The    “Idle Threat (+ D/L + Liner Notes + Photographic History)”
Specimen    “Bat Cave (+ Patch + Pin)”
Stewart, Mark    “The Politics Of Envy (Feat. Kenneth Anger, Lee Scratch Perry, Daddy G, Primal Scream, Richard Hell, Keith Levene, Factory Floor And More…)”
Swanson, Pete    “Man With Potential (+ CD)”
THEESatisfaction    “AwE NaturalE (+ D/L)”
Tool    “10,000 Days”
Tristeza    “Espuma”
Tristeza    “Mania Phase”
True Radical Miracle    “Cockroaches”
Unsane    “Wreck (+ D/L)”
Used, The    “Vulnerable”
Van Wissem, Jozef And Jim Jarmusch    “Concerning The Entrance Into Eternity”
Vatican Shadow    “Kneel Before Religious Icons”
Vega, Suzanne    “Beauty & Crime (200 Gram Quiex SV-P)”
Velvet Underground, The    “Psychedelic Sounds From The Gymnasium”
Young Prisms    “In Between (+ D/L)”

Hip-Hop 12″s & LPs
Beatnuts, The    “The Beatnuts (Remastered + Bonus Track 2LP Gatefold)”
Souls Of Mischief    “93 ‘Til Infinity (2012 2LP Reissue)”

Electronic 12″s & LPs
BNJMN    “(Unknown White Label)”
Bonobo    “Black Sands Remixed (Kiara, Eyesdown)”
Deadbeat    “Drawn And Quartered Remixes”
Scuba    “Personality (2LP+CD)”
Soul Clap    “W+L Black Soul Clap Edits IV”
Venetian Snares    “Fool the Detector”
Wruhme, Robag    “Thora Vukk “

Rocket Juice & The Moon    “Maneula Dub (With Erykah Badu)”
Rocket Juice & The Moon    “Leave-Taking”

Citizens Arrest    “Soaked In Others Blood”
Copeland, Eric    “Car Alarm”
Deutsch Nepal    “Rapist Park Junction (2×7″)”
Guided By Voices    “Keep It In Motion”
Haarp / Thou    “Thining / Black Steel In An Hour Of Chaos”
Incredible Three (Imminent / Synapscape)    “The Revenge Of The Incredible Three”
Incredible Three (Imminent / Synapscape)    “The Incredible Three”
Ishraqiyun / Forms    “Saptarshi / Radar”
Latterman    “Our Better Halves”
Pharmakon / Deterge    “Parmakon / Deterge”
Post Teens    “Post Teens”
Roommates    “Winnifred”
Sectarian Violence    “Sectarian Violence”
Sickness / John Wiese    “Amnesia”
Thou / Human Intruder    “A Faire Quarrell”
Traditionalists (Secret Chiefs 3)    “The Western Exile: The Chanson De Jacky”
White, Jack    “Fly Farm Blues”

Aderlating     “Devotional Hymns”
Air “Le Voyage Dans La Lune”
Architect    “Upload Select Remix”
Archon Satani    “In Shelter”
Blood Axis    “Ultimacy 1991-2011”
Collapsar    “Beyond The Event Horizon”
Control    “Deadly Sins”
Der Blutharsch And The Infinite Church Of The Leading Hand    “The Story About The Digging”
Dissecting Table    “Industrial Document (2CD/DVD Case)”
Dissecting Table    “Adventitious Afflictions (2xCDr + 2×3″ CDr)”
Eidvlon    “Idolotriae”
Erkin Koray    “Mechul: Singles & Rarities”
False Mirror    “Derelict World”
Herbst9    “Usumgal Kalamma”
Hypsiphone    “And The Void Shall Pierce Their Eyes”
Imminent    “Cask Strength (Box Set)”
Ital     “Hive Mind”
Karjalan Sissit    “Karjalasta Kajahtaa (DVD Package)”
Korperwelten    “Avatars Of Rape And Rage”
Kristoffer Nystroms Orkester (KNO)    “BrakeHEAD”
Kristoffer Nystroms Orkester (KNO)    “Overlook Hotel”
Megaptera    “Staring Back At You”
Mirrorring (Jesy Fortino & Liz Harris)    “Mirrorring”
Monarch “Omens”
Navicon Torture Technologies    “The Gospels Of The Gash (2xCD DVD Package)”
Odd Future    “The OF Tape Vol. 2”
Of The Wand And The Moon    “The Lone Descent”
Primordial “Redemption”
Rocket Juice & The Moon    “Rocket Juice & The Moon”
S.E.T.I.    “Baikal”
Sektor 304    “Subliminal Actions”
Sektor 304    “Soul Cleansing”
Shins “Port of Morrow” (BACK IN)
Skin Area    “Rothko Field”
Somatic Responses    “Concrete Glider”
Somatic Responses    “Digital Darkness”
Stewart, Mark    “The Politics Of Envy (Deluxe)”
Stewart, Mark    “The Politics Of Envy “
Synapscape    “Traits”
This Morn’ Omina    “Les Passages Jumeaux Le 25ieme Degre ~ Le 33ieme Degre”
Vaccines “What Did You…”
Worm Ouroboros “Come The Thaw”
Yen Pox    “Blood Music (2xCD DVD Package)”

Special Interests Issue #7
WIRE #338 April 2012 (+ CD)


Citizens Arrest Soaked In Others Blood 7″
(Painkiller / Coextinction)
Painkiller is always churning out the hardcore bangers. This time, they’ve brought us a physical release of last year’s 4-song digital only, “Soaked In Others Blood” by Citizens Arrest. These are the first new songs by this band in 21 years. Surprisingly, these songs hold up really well next to the band’s earlier songs; more along the lines of  the short and sweet “Death Threat” then the epic, “Burst Of Silence”. For those unfamiliar, CA was a hardcore band from New York in the late eighties & early nineties (ABC NO RIO scene). Raw, fast hardcore punk with fun circle pit parts and a deep Cookie Monster vocal delivery. FFO: Negative FX, Dropdead, & Youth Of Today. Features Ted Leo on guitar and the vocalist from Disma.
[Reviewer: Josh]
Estrogen Highs Irrelevant Future LP
(Trouble In Mind)
It’s hard to objectively review any band you already know you like. I’m not going to be objective here. This is my favorite record by E. Highs at the moment because it is the latest one. The supplemental/transitional instrumentation (Kryssi/Colorguard) is particularly great and interesting in “The World Is Flat” probably because it’s something different to me than the past records. Rock and roll. You like the good old standards like Wire and The Wipers and other bands that don’t start with a “W” then you should finally give these dudes a chance. If you have and you don’t love them already then give this one a listen. Bam. Not objective.
[Reviewer: Rick]

Ivy League 2009-2011 CD

(6131 Records)
This release compiles several 7-inches from this Midland, Texas-based melodic hardcore band. It’s no surprise that their high-energy, emotion-soaked songs (in the same vein as a band like Title Fight) are popular with both hardcore and pop-punk kids. Even though I’m not typically drawn to music leaning toward “emo,” I’m impressed by how good they sound. The lead vocalist’s mournful crooning sounds sincere when touching on themes of self-deprecation due to life’s struggles, particularly relationships gone wrong. The music serves as a fast-paced and catchy means of coping with the downtrodden lyrics. The last three tracks are acoustic: they provide the most down-to-earth, intimate emotional expressions.
[Reviewer: Mark]
[Note: We have one Ivy League 7″ in stock currently. This CD will be coming. Keep an eye on the updates.]
Monarch! Omens CD
(At A Loss Recordings)
Originally formed in France, this band consists of prophets of doom (metal) who drag the listener across an ominous landscape of sludge-drone. This is Monarch!’s sixth full-length since the first one in 2005. It’s easy to compare their harsh, slow sound to something like Sunn O))), but I felt it was more along the lines of Khanate or Moss (the latter band did a split single with them in 2007.) “Blood Seeress” sets the mood with acrid, ultra-drawn-out electric strings, punctuated drums and tortured screams synonymous with doom, eventually fading into an eerie dirge that sounds like a choir of long-gone souls. It flows right into the shortest track “Transylvanian Incantations,” which is wrapped in an unsettling, luminous layer of dark electronic ambience, along with some brief moments of a ghostly, distant voice that makes this track even more haunting than the previous one. The album concludes with the 19-minute “Black Becomes the Sun” – it starts out harsh, but soon sounds hopeful with an angelic voice radiating the scorched landscape. Before long, though, the pitch-black clouds return, complete with ethereal, otherworldly shrieks soaring above.
[Reviewer: Mark]
Ed Schrader’s Music Beat Jazz Mind CD/LP
(Load Records.)
Jazz Mind is the new EP from Ed Schrader and Devlin Rice. With war-like chants, minimalist beats and heavy bass lines, Jazz Mind is positively tough. Ed Schrader beats away at a floor tom whilst his vocals echo through empty spaces accompanied by dark bass. There is an aggressive and sometimes grave overtone, but much of the lyrical content is filled with dark humor. Songs that are especially good are ‘Sermon’, ‘Right’, ‘Rats’, and ‘Airshow’. Jazz Mind is definitely worth picking up.
[Reviewer: Kyle]
[Note: This is another one to keep your eye on the update for. Not currently in stock, but soon.]