16th Of January 2015 Update

16th Of January 2015 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

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LPs & 12″s
Afro Latin Vintage Orchestra “Pulsion” (+ D/L)
Alcoa “Thank You” (Acoustic Covers)
Alma Construct “Alma Construct”
Aquarian “Aquarian”
Arthur “Dreams And Images” (Lee Hazlewood Archive Series No. 7)
Bal Paré “Early Recordings”
Beastie Boys “Check Your Head” (180 Gram Remastered Ed.)
Bell, Damon “Hue-Man Made EP”
Bentley, Brogan “The Snake”
Big K.R.I.T. “4eva N A Day” (2LP)
Big K.R.I.T. “King Remembered In Time” (2LP)
Blawan “What You Do With What You Have / Vibe Decorium”
Blue October “Sway”
Blue Pills “Blue Pills”
BM/CC/CW “Spectrum”
Botkin, Perry / Morgan Ames “Silent Night Deadly Night: 30th Anniversary Release” (Soundtrack)
Bucket, Charlie “Honesty EP”
Bush “Sixteen Stone” (20th Anniversary Remastered Ed. 2LP Clear Vinyl + D/L)
California X “Nights In The Dark”
Carcass / Godflesh “Grind Madness At The BBC: The Earache Peel Sessions”
Coliseum “Black Magic Punks” (Single/Remix EP + DVD)
Contents Are, The “Through You” (1967 Debut Repress)
Davis, Miles “‘Round About Midnight” (Mono 180 Gram)
Davis, Miles Quintet “Workin’ With The Miles Davis Quintet”
Daylight Robbery “Ecstatic Vision”
Death Toll 80K “Harsh Realities”
Depeche Mode “The World We Live In And Live In Hamburg: Alsterdorfer Sporthalle In Hamburg, West Germany On 14 December 1984” (Fan Club Edition)
Diamond District “March On Washington” (180 Gram, Oddisee Yu & Uptown XO)
Dissevelt, Tom / Kid Baltan “El Fascinante Mundo De La Musica Electronica”
Doppelgangaz, The “The Ghastly Duo EP”
Dr. Dog “Live At A Flamingo Hotel” (+ D/L)
Drake, Molly “Molly Drake” (Nick Drake’s Mother; + D/L)
Dylan, Bob “Self Portrait” (2LP Sundazed Reissue)
Earle, Justin Townes “Absent Fathers” (+ D/L)
Eno, Brian “Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)” (Fan Club Edition)
Ex-Breathers / Ovlov / Woozy / Gnarwhal “Ex-Breathers / Ovlov / Woozy / Gnarwhal”
Façade Burned Black “Ashen Remains Of Mid Western Flames”
Food Court “Food Court”
Garzon-Montano, Gabriel “Bishoune: Alma Del Huila”
Gates “You Are All You Have Left To Fear”
Glass, Philip “Candyman: Original 1992 Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Grateful Dead “The Warner Bros. Studio Albums” (Box Set 180 Gram LPs)
Green, Grant “Iron City!” (180 Gram)
Gut Nose “Filthy City”
Hancock, Herbie “Head Hunters” (Legacy Vinyl 180 Gram)
Hazylujah “How Can You Hide From What Never Goes Away?”
Ill Omen “Remnant Spheres Of Spiritual Equillibrium”
Jodorowsky, Adan (Adanowsky) “The Dance Of Reality: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Jones, Norah “Not Too Late”
J-Zone “Lunch Breaks: A Collection Of Original And Familiar Drum Breaks (Recorded In Queens, NY)”
Klaus Layer “Restless Adventures” (Ltd. Ed. Vinyl)
Le Cliché “Consumer Behaviour”
Lee, Bunny “Striker” “Full Up: Early Reggae Productions 1968-72” (Pressure Sounds 85)
Lee, Shawn Ping Pong Orchestra (Shawn Lee’s Ping Pong Orchestra) “Hits The Hits!” (2LP + D/L)
Lions, The “Soul Riot” (2LP 45RPM + D/L)
Low Leaf “Akashaalay”
Mackey, Hassaan “That Grit” (Kev Brown Presents Hassaan Mackey)
Madvillain “Madvillainy” (10 Year Anniversary Edition)
Marciano, Roc “Marci Beaucoup” (Red Vinyl Ltd. Ed.)
Matsumoto, Takuya “Ram EP”
Mayfield, Curtis “Live!” (2LP 180 Gram)
Mecca Normal “Empathy For The Evil”
MF Doom “Metal Fingers Presents: Special Herbs Volume 7 & 8″ (2LP+7”)
Midnight “Satanic Royalty”
Mixed Feelings “Remnants”
MNDSGN “Surface Outtakes” (+ D/L)
Monk, Thelonious “Misterioso (Recorded On Tour)”
Mouth Sewn Shut “(2009 Gatefold)”
Mr. Oizo “The Church: Recorded At The Graciosa Studio In Los Angeles, CA”
Mullane, Matthew “Hut Variations”
Natural Numbers “Natural Numbers In Dub” (+ D/L)
No Sir, I Won’t “The Whole Fucking World Is Shit EP”
Om “Live: Recorded 30 November 2013 At De Kreun, Kortrijk, Belgium”
Panda Bear “Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper” (Gatefold + D/L)
Pearl Jam “Show #126 Week Of July 22: Live At Melbourne Park Australia March 5 1998” (Fan Club Edition)
Pentimento “Inside The Sea” (Purple) 10″
Perry, Lee “(Voodooism)” (Pressure Sounds 009)
Pink Floyd “A Saucerful Of Secrets” (Fan Club Edition)
Pleasure Cross “Wait For The End EP”
Prince Far I “Cry Tuff Dub Encounter Chapter 3”
Real Kids, The “Shake… Outta Control.”
Reel Big Fish “Turn The Radio Off”
Revert, Matthew “Not You”
Saddest Landscape, The “You Will Not Survive” (White/Clear)
Satanas “Live Rehearsal 1988”
Schlachthofbronx “Rave And Romance” (2LP)
Search Party, The “Montgomery Chapel” (LION LP-120)
Skyzoo & Torae “Barrel Brothers” (2LP Feat. DJ Premier, Black Milk…)
Sleater-Kinney “Start Together // 1994-2006” (7 Album Remastered LP Box Set, 44 Page Hardcover Book + D/L)
Songs: Ohia “Songs: Ohia” (1997 Debut Repress; + D/L)
Statik Selektah “#Whatgoesaround” (Feat. Snoop Dogg, Ab-Soul, Black Thought, Action Bronson, Joey Badass, Freddie Gibbs)
Stoned Ambassadors, The “Bring You Down”
Strike First “Requiem For The Aftermath”
Tombeau “Mephistophallique”
Tool “Lollapalooza (1993-08-07)” (Unofficial)
Umebayashi, Shigeru “The Grandmaster Original Motion Picture Soundtrack: Original Scores By Shigeru Umebayashi And Nathaniel Mechaly”
Various “Droppin’ Science: Greatest Samples From The Blue Note Lab”
Various “Cut Copy Presents: Oceans Apart Vol. 1”
Various “Cut Copy Presents: Oceans Apart Vol. 2”
Various “Lost In Translation: Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Japan Pressing; Unofficial)
Velvet Underground, The “The Velvet Underground & Nico” (Colored Vinyl)
Vexx “Vexx”
Visitors “Visitors” (LION LP-139)
Wands, The “The Dawn”
Warcry “Savage Machinery”
West, Ray & OC “Ray’s Café – The Afterhours EP”
Whirlwind Heat “Do Rabbits Wonder?”
Whirr “Pipe Dreams” (Tee Pee)
Young, Neil & Crazy Horse “Live At The Fillmore East March 6 & 7, 1970”

Against Me! “Unconditional Love / 500 Years” (Picture Disc)
Androids, The “Lipstick Heroes ’78”
Forced Order “Retribution”
Living Laser “Place On Earth” (Color Vinyl)
Mizery “Survive The Vibe” (Yellow Translucent)
Porno Cassettes “Your Face, A (Fucking) Disgrace”
Rische, Lillie Mae “Nobody’s / The Same Eyes”
Swervedriver “Setting Sun”
Young Statues “Covers”

California X “Nights In The Dark”
DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince “The Very Best Of D.J. Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince”
Garzon-Montano, Gabriel “Bishoune: Alma Del Huila”
Magma “Riah Sahiltaahk”
Melvins, The “Hold It In”
Rae Sremmurd “Sremm Life”
Sabbat “Sabbatical Earlyearslaught” (4CD Double Jewel Case)


Charlemagne Palestine “SchlingenCassettenBlangen” (C-90; C/F 025) Cassette
J Rocc “Beats On Tap( e )” Cassette
Mergia, Hailu And The Walias “Tche Belew” (ATFA012) Cassette
Ras_G “Down2Earth Vol. 2 (The Standard Bap Edition)” Cassette
Trepaneringsritualen “Septentrional” (HN217) Cassette

Fischer, Marc “Public Collectors” Book
Mortensen, William / George Dunham “The Command To Look” Book
Mullen, Brendan / Don Bolles / Adam Parfrey “Lexicon Devil: The Fast Times And Short Life Of Darby Crash And The Germs” Book
Patterson, Dayal “Black Metal: Evolution Of The Cult” Book



Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine [Reissue]
(Castle Face)
Coachwhips Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine
If Lightning Bolt got into a more traditional garage/blues-rock mood and expanded to a three-piece, they might sound like this San Francisco band did. Originally released in 2002, Coachwhips’ second record is fourteen quick-and-to-the-point tracks (most don’t exceed the two-minute mark) that sound perfect for a raucous night of partying (well, minus the ensuing hangover.) It’s a raw, distortion-rich slab of rock mating catchy melodies with uninhibited lo-fi (it’s not surprising considering that vocalist/guitarist John Dwyer’s other bands include Thee Oh Sees, Pink and Brown, Burmese and The Hospitals.)
[Reviewer: Mark]

Patterns EP
(Monday / Method)
Tourist Patterns EP
For this EP, London producer/musician William Phillips showcases his minimalist, textural electronic house music that builds into lively, opulent club numbers. The infectiously spirited title track packs a wallop of soul thanks to guest vocalist Lianne La Havas, easily filling the room with her passionate presence. The other guest vocalist also happens to be a British soul singer: Will Heard isn’t shy about exposing his experienced-sounding emotion on “I Can’t Keep Up.”
[Reviewer: Mark]

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