20th Of March 2015 Update

20th Of March 2015 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Alcoa “Parlour Tricks” (Ltd. Ed. + D/L)
Aye Aye “Aye Aye”
Badbadnotgood & Ghostface Killah “Sour Soul” (180 Gram + CD)
Brand Nubian “In God We Trust” (2LP)
Casablancas, Julian & The Voidz “Tyranny” (Tri-Fold)
Cathedral “Supernatural Birth Machine” (2LP Gatefold) (March 24th Release Date)
Cole, J. “2014 Forest Hills Drive” (+ D/L) (March 24th Release Date)
Cortini, Alessandro “Forse 3” (2LP Gatefold)
Damu “Holed Up In The Hovel EP”
Dehnert, Mike “Umlaut2”
Der Zyklus “(Untitled)” (FR-002)
Destruction Unit “Live In San Francisco” (+ D/L)
Dick Diver “New Start Again” (Yellow Vinyl + D/L)
DJ Nigga Fox “Noite E Dia” (March 24th Release Date)
Father Murphy “Croce”
From Indian Lakes “Absent Sounds” (180 Gram + D/L)
Full Of Hell / Merzbow “Full Of Hell – Merzbow”
Furstenberg, Marko “Ghosts From The Past” (2LP)
Groeni “Hewn” (+ D/L)
Hangout Project, The “Sword Of Light”
Heresy “1985-’87”
Heresy “20 Reasons To End It All”
Heresy “Face Up To It!”
Jam City “Dream A Garden” (March 24th Release Date)
Jeff The Brotherhood “Wasted On The Dream” (March 24th Release Date)
Jlin “Dark Energy” (2LP) (March 24th Release Date)
Kozelek, Mark “Live At Biko: Domenica 6 Aprille Arci Biko” (March 24th Release Date)
Legowelt “Vaporware Tracks Vol. 1”
Legowelt “Immensity Of Cosmic Space”
Lonelady “Hinterland” (March 24th Release Date)
Loons, The “Inside Our Your Mind” (March 24th Release Date)
Lucky Dragons / Seabat “Speccial Effect: Original Soundtrack”
Maiovvi, Antoni “Psychoplasmics”
Maribou State “Rituals” (March 24th Release Date)
Mingus “The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady”
Mingus “Mingus Plays Piano: Spontaneous Compositions And Improvisations”
Munk, Jonas “Pan” (+ D/L /500)
Nautiluss “Aerochrome” (Numbered /400)
Nocturnus “The Key” (Reissue: March 24th Release Date)
Not Waving “Human Remixes”
Nudity “Astronomicon”
People Of The North “Era Of Manifestations” (+ D/L; Kid Millions And Bobby Matador Of Oneida; March 24th Release Date)
Perseus Traxx “Dr. Burisch”
Pogues “Peace And Love” (180 Gram Reissue)
Pogues “If I Should Fall From Grace With God” (180 Gram Reissue)
Pogues “Red Roses For Me” (180 Gram Reissue)
Pogues “Poguetry In Motion” (140 Gram Reissue)
Pogues “Hell’s Ditch” (180 Gram Reissue)
Sabre “Morning Worship”
Saves The Day “Through Being Cool” (180 Gram)
Seasick Steve “Sonic Soul Surfer” (2LP Gatefold + D/L) (March 24th Release Date)
Soko “My Dreams Dictate My Reality” (+ CD)
Solutions “Life Of Joy”
Suicideyear “Japan” (Ltd. Ed. /1200 + D/L)
Surf City “Jekyll Island” (March 24th Release Date)
Terje, Todd “Delorean Dynamite”
Trtrkmmr “Avec La Souillure Nous Entrons Au Regne De La Terreur”
Tucker, Keith / Blaktony “We Are Detroit, The Rogue”
Twin Shadow “Eclipse” (Gatefold)
Various “Next Stop Soweto Vol. 4” (2LP + CD Gatefold) (March 24th Release Date)
Vin Sol “Off The Chain”
Wand “Golem” (+ D/L)
Wilson, Steven “Hand. Cannot. Erase.” (2LP 180 Gram Gatefold + D/L)


S-X “Woooo Riddim” (Blue)
Terje, Todd “Preben Remixed”


Burn “Burn” (Red)


Action Bronson “Mr. Wonderful” (March 24th Release Date)
Bjork “Vulicura” (Deluxed Edition; March 24th Release Date)
Cannibal Ox “Blade Of The Ronin”
Chromatics “Night Drive”
Father Murphy “Croce”
Jam City “Dream A Garden” (March 24th Release Date)
Lamar, Kendrick “To Pimp A Butterfly” (We actually sold as many of these as we got when I unboxed them – I’ll have more next week.)
Lonelady “Hinterland” (March 24th Release Date)
Modest Mouse “Strangers To Ourselves”
Mu-Ziq “XTLP” (April 7th Release Date)
Pyramids “A Northern Meadow”


Modern Problems “Foolish Times” (CA026) Cassette



Mr. Scruff
Friendly Bacteria
Mr. Scruff Friendly Bacteria
(Ninja Tune)
The fifth album from British DJ and musician Andrew Carthy is over fifty minutes of catchy, minimalist electronica, incorporating trip-hop, funk and soul for a smooth, steady-paced ride. In addition to the instrumentation created entirely by himself, Carthy enlists guest vocalists on six of the tracks for an added dose of intimate soul and house. There’s more to the experience than cooled-down synth-funk, though, with the closing track “Feel Free” being an unexpected seven-and-a-half-minute diversion with sunny acoustic guitar and horns.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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