28th Of August 2015 Update

28th Of August 2015 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

New Rack 8-28-15

LPs & 12″s
All Time Low “So Wrong, It’s Right”
All Time Low “Put Up Or Shut Up”
Annabel “Having It All”
Beach House “Depression Cherry” (Loser Edition)
Beal, Willis Earl “Nocturnes”
Carpio, Luzmila “Yuyay Jap’ina Tapes” (2LP + D/L)
Donovan Wolfington “How To Treat The Ones You Love”
Gardens & Villa “Music For Dogs” (Ltd. Ed. Color + D/L)
Grateful Dea, The “The Best Of The Grateful Dead 1967-1977” (2LP)
Iced Earth “Iced Earth” (Deluxe Reissue)
Jack Ü “Skrillex And Diplo Present Jack Ü” (With 100 Guests, Yellow Vinyl + CD)
Mad Caddies “Keep It Going” (2007 Album Reissue)
Mad Season “Live At The Moore” (1995 Seattle Show)
Marela, Briana “All Around Us” (+D/L Smokey Vinyl)
Pentagram “Curious Volume”
Phylums “Phylum Phyloid”
Pinhas, Richard / Merzbow “Keio Line Plus”
Scientists, The “Blood Red River”
Scientists, The “The Scientists”
Sextile “Thousand Hands” (+ D/L)
Slime “Company” (180 Gram + D/L)
Small Brown Bike “Recollected” (2LP Gatefold /1500)
Small Brown Bike “The River Bed” (+ D/L)
Sport “Bon Voyage” (White Yellow)
Unwound “Empire” (Box Set)(Sept. 4th Release Date)
Various “Mallrats: Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Weeknd, The “Echoes Of Silence”
Yo La Tengo “Stuff Like That There”


Czarface “Ka-Bang! (Ft. MF Doom)” (Picture Disc)
Front Line Assembly “Plasticity”
Public Image Limited “Double Trouble”
Zhao-Ski “Beatz Volume 1”


Nuclear Age “The Disctinct Sounds Of…”


American Nightmare “American Nightmare (Give Up The Ghost): The Reunion Documentary” (Blu-Ray Disc, Not A CD)
Beach House “Depression Cherry”
Foals “What Went Down”
Nile “What Should Not Be Unearthed”
Weeknd, The “Beauty Behind The Madness”


Block, Olivia “Aberration Of Light” (NNA082)
Higgins, Patrick “Social Death Mixtape” (NNA083)
Jaill “Brain Cream” (BRGR850)
Nuclear Age “Demo”
Paradise 100 “Northern Seoul” (Silk~082)
Screeching Weasel “Baby Fat: Act 1”



Wolves in the Throne Room
Wolves in the Throne Room Celestite(Artemisia)
Intended as a companion to their 2011 album Celestial Lineage, Celestite is Wolves in the Throne Room focusing entirely on ethereal ambient soundscapes instead of black metal. Brothers Aaron and Nathan Weaver both play synthesizers and guitars (there’s also bass and horns) for beautiful-sounding, soft-to-harsh compositions that are easy to get lost in, encompassing glistening crystal sounds and shadowy drone like Phillip Glass meets Sunn 0))).
[Reviewer: Mark]

Dub Thompson
9 Songs
Dub Thompson 9 Songs(Dead Oceans)
Consisting guitarist Matt Pulos and drummer Evan Laffer, this young duo (both 19 when this debut was recorded) have a diverse lo-fi sound that incorporates genres including noise rock, Krautrock, psychadelia and, yes, dub (“No Time” and “Dograces” incorporate tantalizing tropical vibes.) The humid and grimy sound can also be attributed to the setting it was recorded in: a house rented by Foxygen’s Jonathan Rado during a sultry Indiana summer. Some of my favorites include the Big Black-heavy “Hayward!” and the thrilling fast-paced finale “Pterodactyls.”
[Reviewer: Mark]

As ever, if you’re viewing from a non-drivable distance please check what we have for sale (these titles and more) at http://www.discogs.com/seller/Redscroll