17th of July 2015 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

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LPs & 12″s

Alchemist, The “Retarded Alligator Beats”
Aye Nako “The Blackest Eye”
Blu “The Return”
Chaos UK “The Singles”
Deathwish “Out For Blood”
Discharge “Live At The City Garden New Jersey”
Ellington, Duke “The Conny Plank Session”
Estates “It’s Great To Be Alone”
Gnarwhal “Shinerboy”
Hackett, Jesse “Junk”
Harkonen / These Arms Are Snakes “Like A Virgin”
Heavy Breath “Jump The Shark”
Ladd, Mike “Welcome To The Afterfuture”
Lifeless “Dream”
Luvny “The Luvny Collection”
Morning Again “As Tradition Dies Slowly”
Necro “Sadist Hitz”
Planes Mistaken For Stars “Mercy”
Rogie, S.E. “The Sounds Of S.E. Rogie Vol. 1”
Time Wharp “Time Wharp”
Undead “The Killing Of Reality”
Various Artists “Tropical Disco Hustle”
Wife “Pipe Candy”
Wisdom In Chains “The God Rhythm”
Yuk “Anak”


No “Big Surprise / The Crash”
Sly 5th Ave & Clubasa Chamber Orchestra “Uptown Funk Pt 1&2”


July “The Second Of July”


Mossbreaker “Transmission”

Tick Hive “Can’t Get High If I Kill Myself” (QW No. 22)
Yuk “Anak”


Electric Youth Innerworld









(Secretly Canadian)

Here’s a Toronto synthpop duo that gained attention when their song “A Real Hero” (a collaboration with David Grellier’s project College) was featured in the acclaimed 2011 movie Drive. Unsurpringly, this debut album includes that feel-good song (inspired by Chesley Sullenberger’s heroic rescue of Flight 1549) and plenty more, with the driving forces being Bronwyn Griffin’s ethereally breathy vocals and Austin Garrick’s cool-as-ice synth. Another song that I found especially poignant was “Runaway,” suggesting that Griffin and the listener do just that “’cause we’re both misunderstood.”

[Reviewer: Mark]