18th Of March 2016 Update

18th Of March 2016 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

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LPs & 12″s
Acid Fast “Last Night On Earth”
Actress “Splazsh” (Repressed Again!)
Actuary / Gnaw Their Tongues “Actuary / Gnaw Their Tongues”
Al Qadiri, Fatima “Brute”
All Time Low “Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now!” (+ D/L)
Applebim & October “Other Side Of The Sky”
B Boys “No Worry No Mind” (+ D/L)
Bestial Mouths “Heartless”
Bitchin’ Bajas & Bonnie Prince Billy “Epic Jammers And Furtunate Little Ditties”
Body, The “No One Deserves Happiness”
Brett “Mode”
Buckley, Jeff “You And I”
Burroughs, William S. “Call Me Burroughs” (Debut Reissue)
Christ “Tower”
Chrome Over Brass “Chrome Over Brass” (Clear Vinyl + D/L)
Costello, Elvis “Taking Liberties”
Country Teasers “Destroy All Human Life” (+ D/L)
Cromagnon “Orgasm” (#/333)
Dall, Bryin “Deconstructing Hank” (#/333)
Dark Circles “MMXIV”
Detroit Swindle “In Reverse EP”
Dozzy, Donato “Squadra Quadra EP”
En Karneghan Band “En Karneghan Band”
Essaie Pas “Demain Est Une Autre Nuit” (Orange Vinyl + D/L)
Flogging Molly “Swagger” (Ltd. Ed. Color + D/L)
Flying Saucer Attack “Chorus”
Flying Saucer Attack “Further”
Forsyth, Chris & The Solar Motel Band “The Rarity Of Experience I”
Fouk “Kill Frenzy EP”
Gadget “The Great Destroyer”
Gazebos “Die Alone”
Glitterbust “Glitterbust” (Kim Gordon, Alex Knost)
Gun Outfit “Two Way Player EP”
Heiress “Made Wrong”
Heron Oblivion “Heron Oblivion”
High Llamas, The “Here Come The Rattling Trees”
In The Mouth Of The Wolf “In The Mouth Of The Wolf” (Clear)
Into It. Over It. “Standards”
Inverloch “Distance / Collapsed”
Ital Tek “Hollowed”
Jepsen, Carly Rae “Kiss” (Picture Disc + D/L)
Jones, Glenn “Fleeting” (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl)
Jungbluth “Lovecult”*(180 Gram)
Jurado, Damien “Vision Of Us On The Land” (Ltd. Deluxe Edition /3000 3LP White Vinyl + D/L)
Kilgour, David “Sugar Mouth” (1994 Re-Issue + D/L With Previously Unheard Studio Outtakes And Demos)
KVB, The “Of Desire”
Lewis, Furry “Good Morning Judge” (1962 Recording + D/L)
Lunglust “Repetition Is Hell” (Clear / Haze)
Lurka “Holding / Nah So / KMT”
Lust For Youth “Compassion” (White Vinyl Ltd. Ed. Embossed Cover + D/L)
Nurse With Wound “Chromanatron” (#/500)
Omori, Cullen “New Misery”
Oranssi Pazuzu “Varahtelija”
Parazite “Le Bunker De La Derniere Rafale: Un Film De Caro Et Jeunet” (Soundtrack)
Perturbator “Sexualizer”
Pony Time “Rumours 2: The Rumours Are True”
Pop, Iggy “Post Pop Depression”
Pram “Helium” (Color Vinyl 180 Gram)
Pram “The Stars Are So Big, The Earth Is So Small” (Color Vinyl 180 Gram)
Public Memory “Wuthering Drum” (+ D/L)
Renault, Jacques “Don’t Need To Know”
Revenge “Behold.Total.Rejection”
Rock, Pete & C.L. Smooth “All Souled Out” (Clear Vinyl, Certified Classics Edition)
Sato, Masahiko “Belladonna Of Sadness” (1973 Anime Soundtrack)
Shooting Guns “Spectral Laundromat”
Shooting Guns “Bornt To Deal In Magic”
Slingshot Dakota “Break”
Smith, Elliott “Heaven Adores You Soundtrack”
Soul Asylum “Change Of Fortune”
Starchild & The New Romantic “Crucial” (+ D/L)
Stepdad “Masterbeast Theatre” (Ltd. Ed. Green Translucent + D/L)
Taylor, Steve & The Danielson Foil “Wow To The Deadness EP” (Violet Marble + D/L)
Tiny Ruins & Hamish Kilgour “Hurtling Through”
Tuttle, Doug “It Calls On Me”
Underworld “Barbara Barbara, We Face A Shining Future”
Various “Aloha Got Soul: Soul, AOR & Disco In Hawai’i 1979-1985” (180 Gram + CD)
Various “Wayfaring Strangers: Cosmic American Music” (Numero 058)
Various “Can’t You Hear Me? (African Nuggets And Garage Rock From Nigeria, Zambia, Zimbabwe; Christophe LeMahre And Now Again Records Present)
Various “Senegal 70” (Analog Africa)
Violent Femmes “We Can Do Anything”
Walker Family Singers “Panola County Spirit”
Weatherall, Andrew “Convenanza”
Wentink, Frits “Rising Sun, Falling Coconut EP”
Wolvserpent “Aporia:Kala:Ananta”
XYZ “1”
Zeitkratzer + Keiji Haino “Stockhausen – Aus Den Sieben Tagen”
Zimmer, Hans / Junkie XL “Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (3LP Tri-Fold)


Allan, Davie / Joel Grind “Davie Allan / Joel Grind”
Dillinger Escape Plan “Under The Running Board” (Color Vinyl)


Ava Luna “Israelites” (Flexi)
Blodad Tand “Control Alt Delete”
Forn / Yautja “Forn / Yautja”
Full Of Hell “Amber Mote In The Black Vault”
High-Functioning Flesh “Human Remains”
Jagged Visions “Beyond The Serpents Touch”
Le Butcherettes “House Hunter” (Flexi)
LeGrand, Michel “Qui Etes-Vous Polly Maggoo?”
Lerche, Sondre “Take A Bow” (Flexi)
Meatbodies “Valley Girl / Hibernation” (+ D/L)
Mindset “Nothing Less” (+ D/L)
Palehorse “Rumors Of War”
Youth Code “Anagnorisis / Shift Of Dismay”


Al Qadiri, Fatima “Brute”
Allan, Davie / Joel Grind “Davie Allan / Joel Grind”
Andrews, Guy “Our Spaces”
Baauer “Aa” (Feat. M.I.A., G-Dragon, Future, Pusha-T, Rustie…)
Body, The “No One Deserves Happiness”
Boris With Merzbow “Gensho” (2xCD)
Buckley, Jeff “You And I”
Clark “The Last Panthers” (Ltd. Numbered Edition)
Gadget “The Great Destroyer”
Hookworms “Hookworms”
Into It. Over It “Standards”
Inverloch “Distance / Collapsed”
Ital Tek “Hollowed”
Lamar, Kendrick “Untitled Unmastered.”
Meyer, Matthias “Watergate^20”
Pousseur, Henri “Early Experimental Electronic Music 1954-61”
Revenge “Behold.Total.Rejection”
Various “Star Wars: Headspace”
Wolvserpent “Aporia:Kala:Ananta”


All Out War “Dying Gods” (Dose:29)
Bitchin’ Bajas & Bonnie Prince Billy “Epic Jammers And Furtunate Little Ditties” (DC648CS/PR61CS)
Gazebos “Die Alone” (HAR092)
Mindset “Nothing Less” (RXR053)
Omori, Cullen “New Misery” (SP1154)

Book / Magazine

Pike, Matt / Max G. Morton “Lost Angels” Book
Wire Magazine #386 April 2016



Rangda The Heretic’s Bargain
Rangda - Heretics Bargain(Drag City)
Named after a Balinese demon queen, Rangda is an experimental trio who play dark instrumental psychedelic rock. The first three tracks (totaling about twelve minutes) are pretty easily accessible psych-guitar rock that creates a spooky, sly mood (seemingly reminiscent of film noir like Naked City.) That changes with the nearly eight-minute crawl “Hard Times Befall the Door-to-Door Glass Shard Salesman”, primarily comprised of screeching guitar feedback that gives way to drawn-out, mournful strumming. The second side consists solely of the nineteen-minute epic “Mondays Are Free at the Hermetic Museum”, which builds a foreboding atmosphere in the first half before going for a lighter drone in the second.
[Reviwer: Mark]

Nap Eyes
Whine of the Mystic
Nap Eyes Whine of the Mystic(Paradise of Bachelors / You’ve Changed)
Here’s the debut record from a Nova Scotian indie rock band who play compelling, easy-to-follow guitar pop. Since it was recorded live with no overdubs, it maintains an organic, folksy sound that drives along smoothly. One unexpected moment is the surf-rock “Tribal Thoughts”, with singer-songwriter Nigel Chapman “drinking every thought in / like it was the first one.”
[Reviewer: Mark]

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