1st Of July 2016 Update

1st Of July 2016 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records


LPs & 12″s

75 Dollar Bill “Wood / Metal / Plastic / Pattern / Rhythm / Rock” (+ D/L)
Alabama Shakes “Boys & Girls” (+ D/L)
Alice In Chains “Jar Of Flies / Sap” (180 Gram Audiophile)
Bat For Lashes “The Bride”
Blink-182 “California” (180 Gram Black Vinyl + D/L)
Body Of Light “Volanta Di Amore” (White Vinyl With Patch)
Bugg, Jake “On My One”
Cave, Nick & The Bad Seeds “Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!!” (180 Gram + D/L)
Chromatics “Girls (Just Wanna Have Fun)” (Clear)
Chromatics “Just Like You” (Clear/Blue)
Chromatics “Cherry” (Clear)
Chromatics “Running From The Sun” (Deluxe Reissue – Raspberry / Tangerine)
Chromatics “Shadow” (Clear/Green)
Cramps, The “Teenage Werewolf… Live”
Cramps, The “Keystone Club Palo Alto, CA 1979” (RSD 180 Gram Edition)
Dead Moon “Trash & Burn”
DJ Richard “Leechz”
DJ Shadow “The Mountain Will Fall” (2LP + Sticker Sheet, Stencil + D/L)
Fabor, Fabio “Aquarium”
Inventing Masks “Inventing Masks”
Lacy, Steve “Evidence With Don Cherry”
Liebestod “Beta Male”
Melvins “Basses Loaded”
Metronomy “Summer 08” (+ CD)
Oasis “Don’t Believe The Truth” (180 Gram + D/L)
Of Mice & Men “Live At Brixton” (Ltd. First Press 2LP Colored Vinyl + DVD)
OL “Body Varial”
Orb “Birth”
PBK & Wolf Eyes “Rabid”
Pinhas, Richard & John Livengood “Cyborg Sally”
Recloose “Honey Rocks EP”
Scientist “World At War” (First Reissue, Remastered + CD)
Scientist “Dub Landing” (First Reissue, Remastered + CD)
Scientist “Scientist In Dub Volume I” (First Reissue, Remastered + CD)
Shredded Nerve “In The Shadow Of What Never Was”
Surface To Air Missive “Third Missive”
These Hidden Hands “These Moments Dismantled (Feat. Lucretia Dalt)”
Thursday “Kill The House Lights” (+ DVD + D/L)
Tropa Mcaca “Vida”
Various “Wake Up You! Vol. 1 The Rise And Fall Of Nigerian Rock” (+ D/L ,2LP)
Various “Sky Girl” (+ D/L)
Xiu Xiu “Unclouded Sky” (/1000 180 Gram Cloud Colored Vinyl)


Bat For Lashes “The Bride”
Blake, James “The Colour In Anything”
Blink-182 “California”
Lawrence “Yoyogi Park”


Fistula “Idiopathic” (AAO007)
Lunglust “As Guilt Collects Dust” (TJR028)
Mammal “Badlands” (ADR074)
Various “Guardians Of The Galaxy: Cosmic Mix Vol. 1” (Marvel)


Train Wrecks & Transcendence: A Collision of Hardcore & Hare Krishna (Book By Vic DiCara / Vraja Kishor)


The Mystery Lights
The Mystery Lights
Mystery Lights Wick Records(Wick)
This Brooklyn garage-psych band was selected as the first to represent new label Wick (a rock-based imprint of soul label Daptone) and their self-titled full-length debut shows a lot of promise. Their fuzzy rock-and-roll sounds straight out of the 60s or 70s, perfectly capturing a gritty style reminiscent of Jimi Hendrix or The Doors with stomping beats, twanging guitars and old-school keyboards. One catchy highlight is “Too Many Girls” (a single that was the first release from both The Mystery Lights and the label) about the not-exactly-problematic situation of having too many girls living in one’s home.
[Reviewer: Mark]

From the Depths From the Depths [Reissue]
From The Depths Hells Headbangers(Hells Headbangers)
From the Depths was a Cleveland-spawned “blackened death or deathened black” metal band that existed from 1994 to 2000, with one member being ex-Blood of Christ and current Shed the Skin guitarist Matt Sorg. This is the first vinyl pressing of their self-titled debut, which successfully evokes a foreboding atmosphere with heavily distorted guitar, primitive synth and vocals that range from spoken-word chants to Gollum-like shrieks.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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