13th Of January 2017 Update

[Friday the…] 13th Of January 2017 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

A Winged Victory For The Sullen “Iris: Musique Originale Pour Un Film Par Jalil Lespert” (Soundtrack)
Agnes Circle, The “Some Vague Desire”
Biosphere “Substrata”
Biosphere “Cirque” (3LP)
Black Anvil “As Was”
Bonobo “Migration” (+ D/L – First Few With Post Card Set)
Bonobo “Migration” (Deluxe Edition + D/L – First Few With Post Card Set)
Brian Jonestown Massacre, The “Groove Is In The Heart / Throbbing Gristle” 10″
Burman, R.D. “Hare Rama Hare Krishna”
Chavez “Cockfighters”
Chemical Brothers, The “Come With Us” (Reissue)
Chemical Brothers, The “Dig Your Own Hole” (Reissue)
Chemical Brothers, The “Exit Planet Dust” (Reissue)
Code Orange “Forever” (Special Deluxe Packaging)
Damon “Song Of A Gypsy” (+ D/L)
Dark Blue “Start Of The World”
Darkthrone “Arctic Thunder”
Demon Fuzz “Afreaka!”
Dissevelt, Tom / Kid Baltan “Song Of The Second Moon”
Drip, The “The Haunting Fear Of Inevitability”
Excel “The Joke’s On You”
Fake Boys, The “I Love My Life When You’re Around”
Fevre, Bernard “Orbit Ceremony 77” (+ D/L)
Fiasco, Lupe “Food & Liquor” (Ltd. Edition Purple Vinyl 10th Anniversary Pressing)
Flaming Lips, The “Oczy Mlody” (2LP Purple & Orange)
Flaming Lips, The “Oczy Mlody” (+ D/L)
Giombini, Marcello “Astromusic Synthesizer”
Grouper “Ruins” (Deluxe Ltd. Ed. Reissue With CDr Of Field Recordings)
Halshug “Blodets Band”
Hootie & The Blowfish “Cracked Rear View” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Interstellar Funk “Caves Of Steel”
Kang, Eyvind / Tashi Dorji “Mother Of All Saints – Puppet On A String”
Keszler, Eli “Last Signs Of Speed”
Killers, The “Hot Fuss” (Repress)
Lahiri, Bappi & Salma Agha “Kasam Paida Karnewale Ki” (Soundtrack)
Lemmy “Lemmy: Born To Los, Live To Win” (Motorhead!, Numbered/500)
Lifesick “6.0.1.”
Lil’ Kim “Hard Core”
Martyrdod “List”
Mayhem “Pure Fucking Armageddon 1986 Demos” (unofficial)
McPhee, Joe & Chris Corsano “Under A Double Moon” (+ D/L)
Moondogs “When Sixteen Wasn’t So Sweet”
Nashgul “Carcava”
Oasis “Precreation Blues” (unofficial)
Okkultokrati “Raspberry Dawn”
Oto Hiax “Oto Hiax”
Over The Rhine “Ohio”
Prine, John “John Prine” (180 Gram)
Quicksails “Mortal”
Ruin… “He-Ho / Fiat Lux”
Run The Jewels “Run The Jewels 3” (Gold 2LP – Will Have Regular Edition Next Week Hopefully)
Shadow “Sweet Sweet Dreams” (+ D/L; 1984 Caribbean Disco)
Sohn “Rennen”
Soul Explosion, The “Soul Fire” (Reissue)
Space People “Wet” (Beats – Hip-Hop)
Tatum, James “Contemporary Jazz Mass” (+ D/L With Live Show Bonus /1000)
Thrawsunblat “III: Metachthonia” (2LP)
Tokyo Police Club “Melon Collie And The Infinite Radness (Parts One & Two)”
Uniform Choice “Screaming For Change”
Various “Boogie Breakdown: South African Synth-Disco 1980-1984”
Various “Back From The Grave Volume One: Rockin’ 1966 Punkers!”
Various “Back From The Grave Volume Two: 15 Crude, Blastin’ Mid-60s Garage Punk Beasties!”
Video Nasties “Video Nasties”
XX, The “I See You” (Clear & Black Varieties Available)
Youth Funeral “Heavenward”


Big Thief “Dandelion / Masterpiece (Solo)”
Depths Of Reality “Depths Of Reality”
Warpaint “Whiteout” (Numbered /1000)


A Winged Victory For The Sullen “Iris: Musique Originale Pour ‘Iris’ Un Film Par Jalil Lespert” (Soundtrack)
Black Anvil “As Was”
Bonobo “Migration”
Cavern Of Anti-Matter “Blood Drums” (First Time On CD – First Album)
Code Orange “Forever”
CV313 “Dimensional Space [Alchemy LP Edition]”
Drip, The “The Haunting Fear Of Inevitability”
Excel “The Joke’s On You”
Flaming Lips, The “Oczy Mlody”
Krallice “Prelapsarian”
Martyrdod “List”
Nurse With Wound “The Great Ecstasy Of The Basic Corrupt”
Oliveros, Paulinne & Connie Crothers “Live At The Stone”
Root “Hell Symphony”
Run The Jewels “Run The Jewels 3”
Sepultura “Machine Messiah”
Shadow “Sweet Sweet Dreams”
XX, The “I See You”


Innumerable Forms “PROMO 2016” (Numbered /250; HMHM CS006)
Mindforce “Demo” (SOH.001)


Mdou Moctar “Akounak Tedelat Taha Tazoughai” DVD (Movie Based On “Purple Rain” In Taureg Language)



Carla Bozulich
Born in New York City and currently based in Los Angeles, singer/guitarist/sound experimenter Carla Bozulich has been active since the early 80s, with projects including the art-rock-centered Evangelista and alt-country act The Geraldine Fibbers. She considers this latest album to be her “pop” album for being more accessible than previous work, but it’s still a dark and challenging experience. Using her heavy, uncompromising voice as the driving force, Bozulich and her backing musicians also utilize a wide variety of instruments, including keyboards, strings, drums and many electronics for what sounds like the soundtrack to some sort of midnight ritual. The song most resembling “pop” is “Lazy Crossbones”, with an enticing rhythm and somewhat-upbeat vibe amidst the eerie electronics.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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