25th Of September 2015 Update

25th Of September 2015 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

New Arrival Rack


LPs & 12″s
Bikini Kill “Revolution Girl Style Now (Demo Tape 1991)” (+ Sticker + D/L)
Birthday Party “Prayers On Fire”
Bixiga 70 “III” (10-2 Release Date)
Black Feast “Larenuf Jubileum”
Blasting Concept “Sloth Rocket”
Blue Daisy “Darker Than Blue” (10-2 Release Date)
Cardopusher “Manipulator”
CFCF “Radiance And Submission”
Chvrches “Every Open Eye” (We actually ran out of these quick this afternoon – hope to have more by Thursday of next week.)
Chvrches “Leave A Trace” (Import Single) 10″
Cohen, Alice “Into The Grey Salons”
Cold Showers “Matter Of Choice”
Coye, Lee Brown “Where Is Abby? & Other Tales Read by Robert Coye”
CTRLS “Two Worlds”
D33J “Gravel Remixed” (10-2 Release Date)
Dam Funk “Invite The Light” (3LP White Vinyl + D/L)
Darkbuster “No Revolution” (+ D/L Ltd. Ed. Color)
Darkstar “Foam Island” (First Edition + D/L + Artwork Booklet) (10/2 Release Date)
Dead Fader “Glass Underworld” (+ D/L)
Diamond D “Dat’s That Shit! An Exclusive Collection Of Rare Instrumentals From Dat Vault”
DJ Spinn “Off That Loud” (10-2 Release Date)
Doe Paoro “After”
Dreadlords “Death Angel”
Edgar, Jimmy “Shine”
Emptyset “Signal”
Faith No More “Angel Dust”
FaltyDL “Bookaloo” (10-2 Release Date)
Fidenco, Nico “Zombie Holocaust (AKA Dr. Butcher M.D. (Medical Deviate))” (Soundtrack)
Folque “Folque” (1974 Reissue)
Forgotten Figures “Forgotten Figures 002”
Frak “Primitive Drums”
Gallagher, Noel “Where The City Meets The Sky – Chasig Yesterday: The Remixes”
Girl Band “Holding Hands With Jamie”
Golden Filter, The / Morgan Hammer “Heavy Bastard EP”
Grace, Jeff “I Sell The Dead” (Soundtrack)
Guilty Simpson “Detroit’s Son” (+ D/L)
Halsey “Badlands”
Hamo “Cotton Club”
Haswell, Russell “Tongue Dancer ’85”
Haswell, Russell “As Sure As Night Follows Day”
HeCTA “The Diet” (Ltd. Ed. Red Vinyl + D/L)
Hill “Eternal Love”
Hirax “Thrash And Destroy”
Holm, Eric “And0ya”
Holter, Julia “Have You In My Wilderness”
Hood, Robert “Protein Valve EP”
Horner, James “Aliens: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (180 Gram)
Immortal Technique “Revolutionary Vol. 2”
In Flagrainti “Double Talk”
Indian Handcrafts “Creeps” (10-2 Release Date)
Insulter “Blood Spits, Violences, And Insults”
Isolee “Floripa / Favourite”
Jewel, Johnny “The Other Side Of Midnight”
Karamika “Karamika”
Karloff, Boris “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” (Grinch Green Vinyl)
Khemmis “Absolution”
Kill Emil “Salvation” (+ D/L)
Kitchen Cinq, The “When The Rainbow Disappears: An Anthology 1965-68” (Lee Hazlewood Archive Series)
Knelt Rote “Trespass”
Knuckle Puck “Copacetic” (Ltd. Ed. Colored Vinyl + CD)
Kowton “On Repeat”
Krog, Tim “The Boogey Man” Original 1980 Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Lewis, Jeffrey “It’s The Ones Who’ve Cracked That The Light Shines Through” (10-2 Release Date)
Lyon, Norma “The Music Of Norma Lyon”
Madvillain “Money Folder / America’s Most Blunted”
Magic Castles “Starflower”
Major Lazer “Peace Is The Mission”
Major Lazer / DJ Snake / M0 “Lean On”
Miguel “Wildheart”
Mlevhu, Keith “The Bad Will Die (1976-1979)” (/500)
Moscoman “Devoue EP”
Nadja “Flipper”
New Order “Music Complete” (+ D/L)
Onra “Fundamentals”
Part, Arvo “Passio”
Professor Brian Oblivion “Dissertation: Volume I”
Richter, Max “The Leftovers: Music From The HBO Series – Season One”
Roelens, Puccio “Research Of Sound” (Library Music – Filed In Soundtracks)
Rushin, Jeff “A Figment Of His Imagination”
Shiggajon “Sela”
Silversun Pickups “Better Nature” (180 Gram 2LP Etched + D/L)
Simbiosi “Elements” (Box Set) (10-2 Release Date)
Skyzoo “Music For My Friends” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Statik Selektah “Lucky 7”
Ta-Ku “Songs To Make Up To” (+ D/L)
Tense (//Tense//) “Disconnect”
Tin House “Tin House” (+ 7″)
Tuxedo “M+M Remixes”
Various “We’re Loud: 90s Cassette Punk Unknowns”
Various “Blazing Saddles: 40th Anniversary Edition” (180 Gram /1000)
Various “Ethiopian Modern Instrumentals Hits” (180 Gram)
Various “Cold Waves Of Color – Volume 2”
Various “Cold Waves Of Color”
Various “The Strange Colour Of Your Body’s Tears” (Soundtrack – Blanck Mass Presents)
Various “Sigh Of Silver Strings From Suvannabhumi: The Western Stringed Instruments Of Burma”
Various “Mark Of The Devil (I & II): Original Motion Picture Soundtracks”
Various “The Best Of The Ethiopiques Series”
Various “1+9+10+12+14+24+30(+34)=100” (Tempa.100)
Various “Trevor Jackson Presents Science Fiction Dancehall Classics” (+ D/L)(10-2 Release Date)
Various “Bippp French Synth Wave 1979-85” (9-29-15 Release Date)
Vile, Kurt “B’lieve I’m Goin (Deep) Down…” (Deluxe 3LP)
Vile, Kurt “B’lieve I’m Goin Down…” (Out of the regular edition currently – check back next week for more. Still have a grip of the 3LP version.)
Washington, Kamasi “The Epic Volumes 1, 2, & 3” (Box Set, 9-29-15 Release Date)


45 King, The “No Kid’In Baby”
Hunter, James Six “If I Only Knew / Heartbreak” (10-2 Release Date)
Jesso, Tobias Jr. “True Love”
Lvl Up “Three Songs”
Ricked Wicky “Poor Substitute” (+ D/L)
Ricked Wicky “A Number I Can Trust” (+ D/L)


Blue Daisy “Darker Than Blue” (10-2 Release Date)
Del Rey, Lana “Honeymoon”
Hauschildt, Steve “Where All Is Fled”
Nightfell “Darkness Evermore”
Vile, Kurt “B’lieve I’m Goin Down…”


Cosm “Cosm” (MARECS001)
Kool Keith & Kurious “Don’t Know Why” (LUVNY 1)
Lord Tariq “Uptown Suite” (LUVNY 2)



Youth Lagoon
Savage Hills Ballroom
(Fat Possum)
The third album from Idaho-based musician Trevor Powers sounds like yet another progression of his delicate indie/experimental style. While his debut The Year of Hibernation sounded like a warm nostalgic dream that the follow-up Wondrous Bughouse expanded on with a more robust and colorful sound, Savage Hills Ballroom ditches the post-production effects to make Powers sound his most intimate yet. There’s a lot of synth and traditional piano that’s sure to resonate with a wide audience. His especially young-sounding voice gives a unique poignancy to themes such as living isolated from police brutality (“Highway Patrol Stun Gun”), observing life’s mundane repetition (“Again”) and his coked-up uncle being holed up in Las Vegas (“Kerry”).
[Reviewer: Mark]

Saâda Bonaire
Saâda Bonaire
Saâda Bonaire Saâda Bonaire
(Captured Tracks / Fantasy Memory)
This Bremen, Germany synth/world music duo (Stefanie Lange and Claudia Hossfeld) were supposed to make it big with their intoxicating style in 1984, when they were signed to EMI. However, their chances at stardom were cut short when the label fired their overspending A&R man, who had already spent too much trying to promote Tina Turner. As a result, the world would only get their single “You Could Be More As You Are”: a catchy nightclub tune that showcases their gruff vocals backed by a nonstop synth rhythm and Middle Eastern-sounding guitar. The diversely-flavored disco sound remains strong throughout this collection of mostly-unreleased tracks, which still sound good thirty years later.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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