13th of March 2015 Update

13th of March 2015 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

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LPs & 12″s

Armand Schaubroeck Steals “A Lot Of People Would Like To See Armand Schaubroeck … DEAD” (Gatefold 3LP)
Atkinson, Felicia “A Readymade Ceremony”
Attendant “Freaking Out”
Automatics Group, The “Summer Mix” (2LP)
Avett, Seth & Jessica Lea Mayfield “Sing Elliott Smith” (180 Gram + D/L)(3-17-2015 Release Date)
Awolnation “Run” (2LP 180 Gram + D/L)(3-17-2015 Release Date)
Beat Spacek “Modern Streets” (2LP 180 Gram + D/L)
Beech Creeps “Beech Creeps” (+ D/L)
Beltran, John “Music For Machines Pt. 2”
Birthday Party, The “Junkyard” (180 Gram + Bonus 7″ + CD)
Bomb, The “The Axis Of Awesome” (Clear/Picture Disc)
Borden, David “Music For Amplified Keyboard Instruments”
Borecky, Karla “Still In Your Pocket”
Bourbonese Qualk “1983-1987”
Bowie, David “Aladdin Sane” (Unofficial)
Broken Bones “A Single Decade”
Burroughs, William S. “Nothing Here Now But The Recordings (From The Archives…)”
Butler, Will “Policy” (Arcade Fire Member LP + D/L)
Camouflage “Greyscale” (+ CD)
Capsize “The Angst In My Veins” (Black/White)
Carlile, Brandi “The Firewatcher’s Daughter” (2LP + D/L)
Carlton Melton / Kandodo 3 “Carlton Melton/Kandodo3”
Cave, Nick And The Bad Seeds “Let Love In” (180 Gram + D/L)
Cave, Nick And The Bad Seeds “Tender Prey” (180 Gram + D/L)
Comet Gain, The “Fingerprint Ritual E.P.” (+ D/L)
Connors, Loren “Airs”
Consumer Electronics “Repetition Reinforcement”
Cryptopsy “None So Vile” (180 Gram Reissue)
Damu The Fudgemunk “How It Should Sound Volume 1 & 2”
D’Angelo And The Vanguard “Black Messiah” (2LP + D/L)
Darq E Freaker “Minger”
Dick Diver “Melbourne, Florida” (+ D/L)
Drumtalk “Drumtalk EP”
Elder “Lore” (+ D/L)
Enslaved “In Times” (Gatefold)
Eskmo “Sol” (+ D/L)
Esplendor Geometrico “Nador” (/700)
Eternal Tapestry “Wild Strawberries”
Flip “Reflections”
Freiderg, Sabisha With Peter Edwards “The Hant Variance”
Gallagher, Noel High Flying Birds “Chasing Yesterday” (180 Gram + CD)
Gateway Drugs “Magick Spells”
Ghost Of A Sabre Tooth Tiger, The “Long Gone” 10″
Goodbye Party, The “Silver Blues”
Greenwood, Johnny “Inherent Vice: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Harassor “Into Unknown Depths” (+ D/L)
Heliocentrics, The “Out There” (+ D/L)
Hot Snakes “Automatic Midnight” (+ D/L)
Houndmouth “Little Neon Limelight”
Imagine Dragons “Smoke + Mirrors” (2LP 180 Gram Gatefold)
Impetuous Ritual “Unholy Congregation Of Hypocritical Ambivalence” (2LP Gatefold)
Incredible Bongo Band (Michael Viner’s) “Bongo Rock”
Inturns “Consider Yourself”
J:Kenzo “Urban Gorilla”
Jane’s Addiction “Nothing’s Shocking” (180 Gram)
Jarboe / Helen Money “Jarboe / Helen Money”
Jeri-Jeri (Mark Ernestus Presents) “800% Ndagga”
Joy Division “Misplaced: Rare And Unreleased Rehearsals 1977-1980” (Unofficial)
Joy Division “Beginning Of The End: Live At The Ajanta Theatre Derby UK 19/04/1980 Second Last Joy Division Public Performance” (Unofficial)
Komodo Haunts “Suijin”
Kreng “L’Autopsie Phenenale De Dieu” (+ D/L)
Lady Lamb The Beekeeper “After” (+ D/L)
Living Colour “CBGB OMFUG Masters: Live August 19, 2005 Bowery Collection”
Lory D “Strange Days”
Maercks, Owen “Teenage Sex Therapist”
Make Do And Mend “Don’t Be Long” (Ltd. Ed. First Press + CD)
Mean Jeans “Singles” (+ D/L)
MF Doom “Metal Fingers Presents: Special Herbs Volume 9 & 0″ (2LP + 7”)
Modest Mouse “Strangers To Ourselves” (2LP 180 Gram + D/L) (3-17-2015 Release Date)
Mos Def “Black On Both Sides” (Respect The Classics Reissue) (3-17-2015 Release Date)
Niko Is “Brutus”
Of Montreal “Aureate Gloom” (180 Gram Light Blue Vinyl + D/L)
Palestine, Charlemagne / Rhys Chatham “Youuu + Mee = Weee (First)”
Party Supplies “Tough Love”
Pollyester “In My Boots Remixes”
Pop Group, The “We Are Time” (Ltd. 180 Gram Remastered)
Pop Group, The “Cabinet Of Curiosities” (Ltd. 180 Gram)
Portion Control “I Staggered Mentally” (1982 Debut Reissue)
Riley, Terry & Roberto Cacciapaglia Ensemble “In C: Performed Live At Aterforum, July 9, 1988”
Siege “Drop Dead” (30th Anniversary Edition)
Skander “Steel Talon”
Social Lovers “Enjoy The Ride”
Spectre “Ruff Kutz”
Spelljammer “Spelljammer Vol. 2” (Pink Vinyl)
Staple Singers, The “Hammer And Nails” (180 Gram)
Swervedriver “I Wasn’t Born To Lose You”
T++ “Wireless” (2LP)
Terranova “Labrador”
This Will Destroy You “Moving On The Edges Of Things” (Picture Disc)
Toasters “CBGB OMFUG Masters: Live June 28, 2002 Bowery Collection”
Tuxedo “Tuxedo” (Mayer Hawthorne & Jake One LP+ D/L)
Uneven Eleven “Live At Café Oto”
Van Kaye + Ignit “A Slight Delay” (2LP 1980 Debut Cassette Remastered Reissue With Bonus Material)
Various “Lost Highway: Original Soundtrack” (2LP Unofficial)
Various “Mar-V-Lus The One-Derful! Collection” (1962-1968 Soul 2LP + D/L)
Various “Spiritual Jazz 6 – Vocals”
Various “Love, Peace & Poetry American Psychedelic Music”
Various “Slow Grind Fever Volume 4″
Various Tumba Rumba”
Vatican Shadow “Death Is Unity With God”
Verve “A Storm In Heaven” (3LP Japanese Unofficial)
Votolato, Rocky “Makers” (Reissue)
Votolato, Rocky “Rocky Votolato” (Reissue Blue Vinyl)
Wauters, Juan And Carmelle “Wearing Leather, Wearing Fur” (Ltd. /500)
Weisman, Chris “The Holy Life That’s Coming” (+ D/L)
Wu-Tang Clan “A Better Tomorrow” (5 Bonus Instrumental Tracks + D/L)
Yonkers, Michael “The Neverending Light Beam From Planet 00s / Deep Within Home Planet / Plan A”
Zappa, Frank And Captain Beefheart “Providence College, Rhode Island, April 26th 1975” (180 Gram 3LP)


Absent Friends “Stand Up And Fight” (Reissue)
Accelerators “Accelerators” (Reissue)
Crocodiles “Crybaby Demon”
Dear Landlord “Heartbroken Handshakes”
DJ Prince “Shottas (Feat. Sean Price)”
Dogs On Acid “Dogs On Acid”
Four Gods “Enchanted House” (Reissue)
Kool Keith “Acura (Feat. A.G.) / Hoodini” (Red Vinyl)
Leather Daddy “Leather Daddy”
Nausea “Nausea” (Reissue)
Officer! “Life At The Water’s Edge”
Perfect Pussy / Joanna Gruesome “Astonishing Adventures! ‘The Captured Crusader'” (+ Comic Book)
Polyrhythmics “El Fuego / Mendo Mulcher”
Shlohmo “Emerge From Smoke / Ode 2 Tha Whip” (Black/White)


Butler, Will “Policy”
Death Cab For Cutie “Something About Airplanes”
Eskmo “Sol”
Joker “The Main Frame”
Leviathan “Scar Sighted” (Box Packaging)
Marduk “Frontschwein”
Swervedriver “I Wasn’t Born To Lose You”


Afterhours “Post-Geography” (NNF-310)
Beach Fossils “Beach Fossils” (CT-067)
Black Spirituals “Live At Disjecta: High Vibration Resonance Vol. 1” (TTW#77)
ChillxWill “Almighty” (IAR032)
Crooks On Tape “Fingerprint” (MSR073)
Cyanide Tooth “The Whole Tooth & Nothing But…” (e/n – 006)
Demarco, Mac “Salad Days” (CT-193)
Dr. Dundiff “Frenemies With Benefits” (GG004)
Holograms “Forever” (CT-186)
Monolord “Empress Rising” (EZRDR-046)
Non-Phixion “The Future Is Now” (UHR5701)
Ras G And Ktown Oddity “5 Chuckles” (LR055)
Saada Bonaire “Saada Bonaire” (CT-181)
Wild Nothing “Nocturne” (CT-162)
Wild Nothing “Gemini” (CT-068)


Explosions In The Sky & David Wingo Prince Avalanche: An Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Explosions In The Sky  David Wingo Prince Avalanche
(Temporary Residence Ltd.)
David Gordon Green’s comedy-drama film Prince Avalanche involves two men who strike up an unlikely friendship while working together to repaint traffic lines in the wildfire-ravaged countryside of Bastrop, Texas. It’s fitting that two Texas-based acts collaborated to score the isolated, introspective experience: mostly-instrumental post-rock quartet Explosions In The Sky (who are no strangers to features such as Friday Night Lights) and film composer David Wingo (frontman of indie rock band Ola Podrida.) Together, they create a thoughtful sound out of primarily piano, acoustic guitar and synth: the simple, reserved beauty of the quaint “Hello, Is This Your House?” and the surprisingly brisk drumming pace of “Join Me On My Avalanche” make them highlights for me.

Modern Vices Modern Vices
Modern Vices Modern Vices
(Autumn Tone)
This young Chicago band describes their sound as a combination of garage rock and late-1950s-style “dirty doo-wop.” Their self-titled debut is brimming with energetic, room-filling indie-rock, carried by lead singer Alex Rebek’s incredibly passionate voice with a wide range. Coupled with hook-laden dual-guitar melodies, it feels like a nostalgic trip through romantic (and not-so-romantic) summers past, with some of my favorite tracks including the fuzzy surf number “(Don’t) Hold Me Down” and loudly energetic “You’re So Special.”

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