18th of December 2015 Update + Holiday Hours Note

18th of December 2015 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews 
at Redscroll Records

Holiday Hours
(Regular Hours Unless Noted):
Wednesday 12-23-2015 10AM-8PM
Thursday, Christmas Eve 10AM-4PM
Christmas Day CLOSED
New Year’s Eve 12-6PM

LPs & 12″s

Acre “Better Strangers”
Airbird & Napolian “Mr. Foolish” (+ D/L)
Ambarchi, Oren & Johan Berthling “Tongue Tied”
B.N.M. (Blacksea Não Maya) “Calor No Frioo”
Baroness “Red Album” (Hot Pink Vinyl)
Baroness “Yellow Album” (Translucent Yellow Vinyl)
Baroness “Blue Album” (Gold Vinyl)
Basic Soul Unit “Under The Same Sky”
Beat Spacek “I Wanna Know (Remixes)”
Benjamin, Jon Jazz Daredevil “Well, I Should Have…* (*Learned How To Play Piano.)”
Black Crowes, The “Shake Your Money Maker” (Reissue)
Blockhead “Bells And Whistles”
Cage The Elephant “Tell Me I’m Pretty”
Chemotex “Thulsa”
Cowley, Patrick “Muscle Up”
Damu The Fudgemunk “Supply For Demand (Quality Over Quantity)”
Deafheaven “New Bermuda” (Deluxe Edition + D/L)
Disappears “Low – Live In Chicago”
DJ Khalab / Baba Sissoko “Khalab & Baba”
Earl Sweatshirt “I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside” (+ D/L)
Earl Sweatshirt “Doris” (+ D/L)
English, Ron “Fish Feet” (2LP 180 Gram Numbered/800)
Ethiopian Records “Letu Sinega”
Future Punx “This Is Post-Wave”
G.G. And Company “Be My Girl / Thinking About You”
Goulding, Ellie “Delirium” (2LP White Vinyl)
Half Japanese “Boo!” (Free Mask!)
Haswell, Russell “As Sure As Night Follows Day (Remixes)” (Autechre, Powell, DJ Stingray)
House Shoes “The Gift: Drugs Beats”
Japan Blues “Stoned Bird”
Jett, Joan “The First Sessions”
Johannson, Johann “Sicario” (Soundtrack)
Johanson, Jay-Jay “Opium”
Jonwayne “Jonwayne Is Retired”
Jordan, Clifford “Soul Fountain” (180 Gram)
Kent, Julia “Asperities” (+ CD Ltd. Ed. LP)
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard “Quarters”
Knowsum “Hi-Hat Club (Vol. 7): Hyasunthus” (+ D/L)
Kweli, Talib “Train Of Thought: Lost Lyrics, Rare Releases + Beautiful B-Sides, Volume One”
Laddio Bolocko “Live & Unreleased 1997-2000” (3xLP Box w/DVD)
Lil Bub “Science & Magic” (Color Vinyl + D/L)
Modern Baseball “The Nameless Ranger” [10″]
Modeselektor “Trees (With Paul St. Hilaire)/ 50 Trees”
Modus “Quattro”
Morricone, Ennio “The Hateful Eight: Original Music” (Quentin Tarantino Movie Soundtrack)
Moving Mountains “Pneuma” (+ D/L With Bonus Material)
Musette “A Cosmic Serenade”
Necro “Instrumentals Vol. 1”
Nobody “Vivid Green”
Parks, Deantoni “Technoself”
Phish “The Siket Disc”
Reckonwrong “Whities 005”
Saintseneca “Such Things” (+ D/L)
Skyzoo “A Dream Deferred”
Slack DJs “Glasshouse Mountains”
St. Louis, Olivier “Black Music”
Staples, Vincent “Summertime ’06” (Special Edition Color Vinyl)
Sun-Ra “Sun Song”
Swans “Love Of Life”
Swans “White Light From The Mouth Of Infinity.”
Swans “1991/1992: White Light From The Mouth Of Infinity, Love Of Life” (+ Posters, D/L, 18 Track Bonus CD)
T.E.S.O. “No.3. Obliate”
Tarquin, Manek “Tarquin Magnet”
Thunderbitch “Thunderbitch” (+ D/L)
Toe. “Hear You” (Yellow/Black)
Traxman “Slash Time – The Album”
Useless Eaters “Live In San Francisco” (+ D/L)
Vanum “Realm Of Sacrifice”
Various “Disco & Boogie: 200 Breaks And Drum Loops Volume Three”
Various “Tempa. Allstars Vol. 8”
Velvet Teen, The “All Is Illusory” (Black/Silver Splatter)
Weeknd, The “Beauty Behind The Madness”
Wise, David “Battletoads: Original Soundtrack” (180 Gram Green/Yellow)


Blu “The Boys (Klaus Layer Remix)”
Cobain, Kurt “And I Love Here / Sappy (Early Demo)”
Gaye, Marvin “Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide”
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge / Black Rain / Cold Cave “Rebellion Is Over” (Collaborative)(Clear Vinyl)
Hamilton, Richard / Dieter Roth “Canciones De Cadaques” (2×7″)
Leverett, Chico “Solid Sender”
Melchior, Dan “For Leth” (VDSQ 13)
Miracles, The “Way Over There”
Mophono / Gaslamp Killer “Murder Man / Xposure”
Phoenix “Alone On Christmas Day” (With Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman, Paul Schaffer & Buster Poindexter)
Presley, Elvis “My Happiness”
Price, Margo “Hurtin’ On The Bottle”
Satintones, The “Going To The Top”
Strong, Barrett “Money (That’s What I Want)”
Strong, Barrett “Let’s Rock”
Supremes, The “Buttered Popcorn”
Swinging Tigers, The “Snake Walk”
Wood, Jack “Born To Wander”
Youth Brigade “First Demo Summer ’81”


Cloak Of Altering “Manifestation”
Einsturzende Naubauten “Haus Der Luge”
Kid606 “Recollected Ambient Works Vol. 2: Escape To Los Angeles”
Maserati “Rehumanizer”
Ramleh “Circular Time”
Sakata, A., O’Rourke, J., Chikamorachi, & Merzbow “Flying Basket”
Swans “White Light From The Mouth Of Infinity / Love Of Life: Deluxe Edition” (3CD – First Few Copies Signed By Michael Gira)
Williams, John “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Body, The / Krieg “The Body / Krieg” (AAL045)
Covered In Sand “Live At The Complex” (Ascetic House)
Globelamb “Orange Glow” (LPOP199)
Oake “Live In Marseilles” (Ascetic House)
Saddest Landscape, The “Darkness Forgives” (TSR143)
Shift Worker “Shift Worker” (Nightgaunt Recordings)
Worker/Parasite “100% Vibekiller” (Nightgaunt Recordings)
Zackey Force Funk “Chrome Steel Tiger” (HNR54)



Mirel Wagner When the Cellar Children See the Light of Day
Mirel Wagner When the Cellar Children See the Light of Day(Sub Pop)
Born in Ethiopia and raised in Finland, singer-songwriter-guitarist Mirel Wagner delivers an intense style of stark blues-folk that grabs attention in a way that countless generic coffeehouse-rockers cannot. Written in a remote cabin on Finland’s Hailuoto peninsula, this sophomore album captures the primal howl that should come from the blues, with the unflinchingly blunt tone of “The Dirt” (“you’ll be in the dirt… you’ll be the dirt”) being a good example. Wagner’s powerful emotion also lends itself to love, as she devotes a ballad to someone with a soul she considers “Taller than Tall Trees”.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Glass Ghost LYFE
Glass Ghost LYFE(Western Vinyl)
Founded by vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Eliot Krimsky and drummer Mike Johnson, Glass Ghost plays bright indie-pop that utilizes a variety of instruments to flesh out the sound. Krimsky – who was working toward an M.A. in Media Studies during recording – takes inspiration from his observations of living in a high-tech world where corporations see all. The title refers to a fictional corporation called LYFE, which has led to participatory concerts themed around “the convergence of technological mediation and music.” Despite the ominous-sounding theme, Krimsky’s resulting vocals are delivered in a brisk falsetto, with the backing instrumentation sounding feel-good.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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