27th Of February 2015 Update

27th Of February 2015 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

Update Photo 2-27-15

LPs & 12″s
1978ers, The (Yu & Slimkat) “People Of Today” (Haze Vinyl Ltd. Ed.)
Adventures “Supersonic Home”
Alienboy “Nightcap City EP”
Ambarchi, Oren “Live Knots”
Apollo Brown & Ras Kass “Blasphemy” (180 Gram)
Ata Kak “Obaa Sima” (+ D/L) (Release Date 3-3-15)
Au.Ra “Jane’s Lament” (+ D/L) (Release Date 3-3-15)
Bandito, Crystal “Feel So Free”
Barnett, Courtney “The Double EP: A Sea Of Split Peas”
Birthday Party, The “Mutiny! / The Bad Seed” (2LP + 7″ Remastered Ltd. Ed.)
Brian Jonestown Massacre, The “Tepid Peppermint Wonderland: A Retrospective Volume Two”
Brotzmann, Peter / Haino Keiji / Jim O’Rourke “Two City Blues”
Cheatahs “Sunne E.P.” (+ D/L)
Chris Moss Acid “Phantacy EP”
City On Film, The “La Vella”
Clash, The “Give Em Enough Rope” (Ltd. Ed. 180 Gram)
Coltrane, John “The Believer”
Cramps, The “Flamejob” (Super Vinyl 200 Gram)
Creepers “Lush”
Cyclist, The “Flourish” (+ D/L)
Detroit Swindle “The Punch Drunk EP”
Dr. Dog “B-Room” (+ CD)
Dual Action “Back In” (Red Vinyl)
Dutch Uncles “O Shudder” (+ D/L)
Ebert, Alex “A Most Violent Year: Original Music From And Inspired By” (Soundtrack)
Edmx “Ash Cloud”
Escape “Just Escape”
Fixmer, Terence “Depth Charged” (2LP)
Free Weed “Introducing” (+ DVD Of “Doper” By Mike King & Jim Van Bebber)
Fresco, Leandro “El Reino Invisible” (+ CD)
Gast, John T. “Excerpts”
Ghost Culture “Ghost Culture” (Gatefold + D/L)
Give “Sonic Bloom”
Grateful Dead “Blues For Allah” (Audio Fidelity 180 Gram)
Grateful Dead “Reckoning” (200 Gram)
Grateful Dead “Shakedown Street” (Audio Fidelity 180 Gram)
Grateful Dead “Wake Of The Flood” (Original Master Recording)
Grateful Dead “Hampton ’79” (RSD /7900)
Gunk “Gradual Shove”
Halo Benders, The “The Rebels Not In”
Headless Ghost “Backend Remixes”
Helm “Impossible Symmetry”
J.K. “Gea” (2LP)
Junior Dan “KTW Dub”
Kerridge “Always Offended Never Ashamed”
Kraan, Ebbo “Aletta”
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu “Pika Pika Fanajin” (Picture Disc + D/L With Bonus Material)
Led Zeppelin “Physical Graffiti” (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition 3LP 180 Gram; Remastered By Jimmy Page With Unreleased Studio Outtakes)
Led Zeppelin “Physical Graffiti” (40th Anniversary Edition 180 Gram; Remastered By Jimmy Page)
Lee, Bunny “Striker” “Reggae Going International 1967-1976: 22 Hits”
Lewis & Clarke “Light Time EP”
Literature “Arab Spring”
Lonelady “Bunkerpop”
Lotic “Heterocetera” (Release Date 3-3-15)
Marduk “Frontschwein” (Gatefold 180 Gram)
Matthews, Dave Band “Under The Table And Dreaming” (Deluxe LP Ed. + D/L With Bonus Material)
McGee, Brian “Ruin Creek”
Ministry “The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste” (Super Vinyl 200 Gram)
Mirage “Blood For The Return”
Model 500 “Digital Solutions” (2LP)
Moniquea “Yes No Maybe”
Moon Duo “Shadow Of The Sun” (+ D/L + 7″ Ltd. Ed. Red Vinyl) (Release Date 3-3-15)
Mueller, Jon & Duane Pitre “Inverted Torch”
Mumdance & Logos “Proto” (2LP)
New Mastersounds, The “Masterology – The Pioneers Of New British Funk”
New Mastersounds, The “Breaks From The Border”
NHK’Yxkoyxen “Hallucinogenic Doom Steppy Verbs”
Night Demon “Curse Of The Damned”
Nisennenmondai “Shackleton Remixes” (Woe To The Septic Heart)
Nisennenmondai “Live At Clouds Hill”
No Age “Weirdo Rippers” (+ D/L) (Release Date 3-3-15)
Nothing But Blood “White Of The Eye”
Notwist, The “Shrink”
Novelist x Mumdance “1 Sec EP” (Release Date 3-3-15)
Nozinja / Tessela “Wa Chacha”
Null “Almost” (+ D/L; Ltd. Ed. Clear) (Release Date 3-3-15)
Palmbomen II “Palmbomen II” (2LP (Release Date 3-3-15))
Parasol “Nowhere To Go” (Not There)
Pavement “Watery, Domestic”
Perseus Traxx “Harmony Of Elements EP”
Peter And The Test Tube Babies “Pissed And Proud” (Super Vinyl 200 Gram)
Physical Therapy “The Waiting Room In DJ Hell”
Pop Group, The “Citizen Zombie” (Ltd. Colour 180 Gram Vinyl + Poster + D/L)
Prass, Natalie “Natalie Prass”
Pratt, Jessica “On Your Own Love Again” (Gatefold)
Purity Ring “Another Eternity” (Ltd. Ed. Clear Vinyl + D/L) (Release Date 3-3-15)
Rentiers, The “Here Is A List Of Things That Exist”
Rex The Dog “Sicko”
Romare “Projections” (2LP 180 Gram + D/L)
Russel St. Bombings “Russel St Bombings”
Scntst “Puffer” (2LP)
Screaming Females “Rose Mountain” (+ 7″)
Senyawa / Charles Cohen “Redose-3”
Shackleton “Freezing Opening Thawing”
Shackleton “Man On A String Part 1 And 2 / Bastard Spirit”
Shackleton “Deliverance Series No. 2” (Woe To The Septic Heart!)
Shackleton “Death Is Not Final”
Shackleton “Soundboy’s Nuts Get Ground Up Proper E.P.”
Shiflet, Mike / High Aura’d “Awake”
Sick Of It All “Death To Tyrants”
Sigur Ros “Von” (180 Gram + CD)
Silkworm “Chokes!”
Smith, Kaitlyn Aurelia “Euclid” (+ D/L) (Release Date 3-3-15)
Stones, The “Three Blind Mince” (Release Date 3-3-15)
String Cheese Incident, The “Trick Or Treat”
String Cheese Incident, The “One Step Closer”
Styrofoam Sanchez “Empire Underwater” (White)
Terror Danjah / Zed Bias / Flava D “F=Bass^2 (Sampler)”
Thievery Corporation, The “The Richest Man In Babylon”
Thing, The “Garage”
Thunders, Johnny “So Alone” (Super Vinyl 200 Gram)
Tiger & Woods “Scoring Clubs Part 1”
Title Fight “Hyperview” (+ D/L)
Torche “Restarter”
Tricoli, Valerio “Miseri Lares”
Umphrey’s McGee “Death By Stereo” (+ CD)
Umphrey’s McGee “Mantis”
Various “Another Day, Another Time: Celebrating The Music Of ‘Inside Llewyn Davis'” (3LP 140 Gram; Filed In Soundtracks)
Various “Ultra High Frequencies: The Chicago Party” (Release Date 3-3-15)
War On Women “War On Women” (+ D/L)
Youandewan “Spiral Arms”


Big Noyd, Large Professor & Kool G Rap “Naturally Born”
Dead Heavens “History In My Hands”
James K “Sokit To Me Baby / Paranormal”
Mrazek, Shawn Lives! “First Into The Lake” (/300)
Nona / Peeple Watchin’ “Nona & Peeple Watchin'”
Pillage “Pillage”
Saun & Starr “Look Closer (Can’t You See The Signs?) / Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah”
Yo Man Go! / Spraynard “Yo Man Go / Spraynard!”


Carter Tutti “Plays Chris & Cosey”
DJ Clent “Last Bus To Lake Park”
Drexciya “Harnessed The Storm”
Future Brown “Future Brown”
Gast, John T. “Excerpts”
Model 500 “Digital Solutions”
Moon Duo “Shadow Of The Sun” (Release Date 3-3-15)
Mumdance & Logos “Proto”
Pinch B2B Mumdance “Pinch B2B Mumdance”
Purity Ring “Another Eternity” (Release Date 3-3-15)
Romare “Projections”
Shackleton “Music For The Quiet Hour / The Drawbar Organ Eps” (2CD Digipak)
Title Fight “Hyperview”
Torche “Restarter”

Ata Kak “Obaa Sima” (ATFA014CS)
Fluoride “Material” (BR-001)
Give “Mosher’s Delight Presents… Give: Live Series” (MDR-13)
NYC Headhunters “Demo 2015” (JAA010)
Red Sea “In The Salon” (BR-003)
Warehouse “Tesseract” (BR-002)


White Suns
White Suns Totem 300
(The Flenser)
This New York-based experimental noise rock trio’s third record is an absolutely vicious, unchained beast of shouted vocals, feedback-strewn guitar and tempos that range from utterly frantic to glacial. There’s a persistent feeling of being trapped in a darkened abyss from the volatile frenzy of opener “Priest In The Laboratory” to the final despair of accepting a fate as “Carrion.” There’s variety to the madness, thankfully, with ominous, unsettlingly textured ambient passages such as “Fossil Record” and “Line of Smoke” providing moments for stewing in the pitch-black environment.

David Van Tieghem x Ten Fits & Starts
David Van Tieghem x Ten Fits & Starts 300
(RVNG Intl. / The Sound of White Columns)
Experimental composer and percussionist David Van Tieghem has been active for over forty years, utilizing any and all available objects and surfaces for rhythm (as he demonstrated on the streets of New York in his 1981 music video “Ear to the Ground.”) Decades later, RVNG Intl. was invited to participate in a group exhibition called Bulletin Boards, in which they were provided a space with a blank board to attach any objects they wanted. They invited not only Van Tieghem but ten other experimental musicians and acts (Sam Hillmer as Diamond Terrifier with Max Alper, Roberto Carlos Lange as Helado Negro, etc.) to attach items, which would include drums, 2x4s, firecrackers and more. On the exhibition’s opening night, Van Tieghem gave an unannounced performance to be recorded, sent to the artists for remixing, then sent back to him for a final reworking. The final result is an ever-changing stream of not only improvised and tribal-sounding percussion but additional elements such as spooky synth and ambient effects to bring it together.

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