25th Of April 2014 Update

25th Of April 2014 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

Sub-Genre Room Of Records

LPs & 12″s
Automat / Kreidler    “Berlin Wall (Feat. Genesis) / MTY / Cul / Snowblind / Escaped” (RSD14 UK)
Azari & III    “Manic” (Remix)
Bad News    “No End”
Believer / Law    “Matters Of Life And Death”
Death (Detroit)    “III”
Fennesz    “Becs” (Gatefold)
Hive Mind    “Beneath Triangle And Crescent”
Itinerant Dubs    “Non Material Space”
Libertines, The    “Up The Bracket”
Mark E    “Product Of Industry” (2LP)
Nirvana    “Illiteracy Will Prevail” (Unofficial)
Pure Ground    “Daylight & Protection”
Schnauss, Ulrich & Mark Peters / Pyrolator    “Wind Was Playing With  My Hair / Im Nachtbus / Herbstwind” (RSD14 UK)
Schneider TM / Moebius Neumeier Engler    “WFMU Stream Test / Wohlauf (Maxi Version)” (RSD14 UK)
Screamers    “Strength Through Intimidation – The 1978 Geza X Demos” (Unofficial)
Slayer    “Till Death Do Us Part” (Unofficial)
Smiths, The    “The Old Guard BBC Tapes Volume One” (Unofficial)
Smiths, The    “The Old Guard BBC Tapes Volume Two” (Unofficial)
Soulphiction    “Glitz”

Just Friends    “Don’t Tell Me” (White Vinyl; Nicolas Jaar & Sasha Spielberg)
Vogel, Christian / T. Raumschmiere    “Lost In The Chase / Dampfer” (RSD14 UK; Grey/Black Vinyl)

Black Flag    “Licorice Pizza And More…” (Unofficial)
Bowie, David    “Starman / Suffragette City” (Unofficial)
Gism    “Anarchy Violence” (Unofficial)
Misfits    “3 Hits From Hell” (Unofficial)
Misfits    “Beware” (Unofficial)
Misfits    “Spook City U.S.A.” (Unofficial)
Nirvana    “Total Fucking Godhead: Broken Mirrors / The Rocker / The Eagle Has Landed (Remix)” (Unofficial)

Fennesz    “Becs”

Cassette Tapes
156    “Taking A Look At A Moment Lost” (C32)
Bad News    “No End” (3rd Press; C32)
Body Of Light    “Volanta Di Amore” (3rd Press; C26)
Pharmakon    “Deserve It” (3rd Press; C32)
Pure Ground    “Protection” (2nd Press; C23)
Shredded Nerve    “Failing To Maintain” (2xC20 Box)
Siobhan    “Omega Stamp” (2nd Press; C32)
Sissy Spacek    “Billions And Billions” (C47)
Sleep Clinic    “A Chance, A Curse” (2xC47 Box)
Tabloid    “Access CH. 1” (C40)


Grails Black Tar Prophecies, Vol’s 4, 5 & 6
Grails Black Tar Prophecies, Vol’s 4, 5 & 6 300
(Temporary Residence Ltd.)
Compiling songs from a picture disc and a split with Pharaoh Overlord (as well as a few unreleased ones,) this Portland, Oregon instrumental quartet’s latest record captures an immense, introspective psych/post-rock sound. As their name suggests, Grails sound shrouded in ancient mystery, scoring an enigmatic realm that’s as intriguing as it is druggy and shadowy. The eight-minute “Self-Hypnosis,” for example, is a complex, ever-changing journey through layers of rock styles including progressive, stoner, experimental and more, transitioning effortlessly. It’s not all guitar-based, as others such as “Up All Night” and “A Mansion Has Many Rooms” focus on lovely, enticing piano-and-string sections for more intriguing depth.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Retox YPLL
Retox YPLL 300
(Epitaph / Three One G)\
For the sophomore record from his latest project, Justin Pearson (Swing Kids, The Locust, etc.) continues his tradition of screamed noise-punk. I find Retox to be a little more accessibly structured than something like The Locust, with a tighter-constructed grip on its siege of high-speed technical brutality. It should certainly satisfy fans of his other hardcore/noise rock bands such as Some Girls and Holy Molar, complete with freaky lyrics attacking social injustices and plenty more. My favorites include straightforward thrashers such as “Mature Science” and “The Art of Really, Really Sucking.” I also really liked the almost three-and-a-half-minute “Soviet Reunion” introducing its menacing, slower-burning rage with fifty seconds of nothing but shrill, no-holds-barred electric guitar noise chaos.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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