2nd Of October 2015 Update

2nd Of October 2015 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records









LPs & 12″s

Arctic Monkeys “Unreleased Tracks, Demos, & Live” (Unofficial, White Vinyl)
Asakawa,Maki “Maki Asakawa”
Autre Ne Veut “Age Of Transparency”
Beyond “Dew It! / Live Crucial Chaos WNYU” (Ltd. Color Vinyl + D/L)
Big Black “Atomizer” (Remastered + D/L)
Blitzen Trapper “All Across This Land”
Boston Strangler “Primitive”
Boy “We Were Here”
Butterscotch Cathedral “Butterscotch Cathedral”
Call Super “Migrant”
Caspian “Dust And Disquiet”

Coulton,Alex “Hand To Hand Combat”
Devil Wears Prada, The “Space EP” (Ltd. Ed. First Press White, Etched + CD)
DIIV “Oshin”
Eagles Of Death Metal “Zipper Down”
Emergency “1234”
Enabler “Fail To Feel Safe”
Express Ring “Fixed Rope”
Foreign Tongues “Fragile, As Said Before” (Purple/Black Splatter)
Hawkwind “Live At The Astoria”
Kadavar “Berlin”
Laurel Halo “In Situ”
Looming “Nailbiter” (Bone White)
Mind Over Mirrors “The Voice Calling”
Morgenstern,Barbara “Doppelstern”
Morricone,Ennio “I Pugni In Tasca” (Blue/1000)
Ms. John Soda “Loom”
Niney The Observer “Sledge Hammer Dub In The Street Of Jamaica” (180 Gram)
Page One “Rock A Dub” (180 gram)
Pass Away “Hey Death”
Perturbator “Terror 404”
Perturbator “I Am The Night”
Perturbator “Dangerous Days”
Police Des Moeurs “Ceux Qui Restent”
Promised Land Sound “For Use And Delight”
Qlafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm “Loon”
Samhain “November-Coming-Fire” (Color Vinyl, Unofficial)
Savage, Nicholas S. “Other Life”
Screeching Weasel “Baby Fat Vol. 1”
Shellshag “Why’d I Have To Get High”
Slum Village “Fantastic Volume II”
Swindle “Global Dance / Mad Ting”
Velvet Teen, The “All Is Illusory”
Vengeance “Fools Follow Rules”
Vildhjarta “Masstaden”
Weiss, Allison “New Love”
Wen ft. Riko Dan “Play Your Corner”
Weval “It’ll Be Just Fine / Grow Up”
Wiley X Zomby “Step 2001”
Yarn/Wire & Swanson, Pete “Eliminated Artist”
Youth Yagoon “Savage Hills Ballroom”


Ajax “Ajax”
Arcade Fire “Get Right”
Crown Of Thornz “Nothing But Tragedy”
Dandy, Trevor “Is There Any Love”
Dead Weather “Dodge And Burn”
G.G. Allin & The Jabbers “GG Allin & The Jabbers” (/350 Orange Records)
Last Crusade “Last Crusade”
Mind & Matter “I’m Under Your Spell”
Monks “Complication / Oh-How To Do Now”
Pears “Letters To Memaw”
Sleaford Mods / Sudden Infant “Sleaford Mods / Sudden Infant”
Spraynard “Bench”
Timmy’s Organism “Get Up, Get Out / The Thrill Is Gone”
Various “Bramble Jam II”
Video “New Immortals / Nothing Lasts Forever (Live)”
War Birth “War Birth”
Wolf Eyes “Enemy Ladder / Dull Murder Two”


Dozzy,Donato “The Loud Silence”
Haswell,Russell “As Sure As Night Follows Day”
Holter, Julia “Have You In My Wilderness”
Kid606 “Recollected Ambient Works Vol 1. Bored Of Excitement”
Laurel Halo “In Situ”
Loma Prieta “Self Portrait”
Regis “Manbait”


Excessive Force “In Your Blood” (BR017)
Fell,Mark “A Pattern For Becoming”
Kakraba, SK “Songs Of Paapieye”
Loma Prieta “Self Portrait” (Deathwish)
Spectre Shores “Songs About Starting Over” (Not For Hire Records)


Amen Dunes Love

(Sacred Bones)
(Sacred Bones)









The latest from Damon McMahon’s indie-folk project is the product of almost a year-and-a-half of work, with several guest musicians (including two from Godspeed You! Black Emperor) supplementing his tender vocals and guitar with bass, saxophone, synth, percussion and more. As the title suggests, love is among the emotional, relatable themes that McMahon covers on this record, with the closing title track being a piano-driven eight-and-a-half minute exploration of its effects on life.

[Reviewer: Mark]

Screaming Females Rose Mountain

(Don Giovanni)
(Don Giovanni)









Formed in New Brunswick, New Jersey ten years ago, Screaming Females have been particularly prolific with their indie punk/alternative sound, with their sixth album showcasing a more polished but still energetic and furious sound. It’s electric guitar rock that rocks hard, with Marissa Paternoster gripping the listener with her intense, varied melodies to match her loud, nothing-held-back singing. Their brand of hard rock manages to be catchy with reality-minded themes such as “Hopeless” (“I’m not hopeless, helpless, or begging you to stay / it’s just turning out that way.”)

[Reviewer: Mark]

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