22nd Of December 2017 Update

22nd Of December 2017 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

Special hours this weekend: 10AM-8PM Saturday (12-23-17) and 10AM-4PM Sunday (Christmas Eve). Closed Monday for Christmas Day and then back to normal hours on Tuesday.

LPs & 12″s

Atomic Bitchwax, The “Force Field”
Bradock, Pepe “4”
Bring Me The Horizon “2004-2013” (Clear & Black Variants Available, +D/L)
Cash, Johnny “American IV: The Man Comes Around”
Collins, Bootsy “Tha Funk Capitol Of The World”
Deltron 3030 “The Instrumentals”
Grave Pleasures “Motherblood” (+ CD)
Jamal, Khan Creative Art Ensemble “Drum Dance To The Motherland”
Luppi, Daniele & Parquet Courts “Milano” (Feat. Karen O)
Mask Of The Imperial Family, The “The Mask Of The Imperial Family”
Various “Fundamentum”
Various “Tokyo Nights – Female J-Pop Boogie Funk: 1981-1988”


Morrissey “Jacky’s Only Happy When She’s Up On Stage” (Clear)


Grave Pleasures “Motherblood”
Hedberg, Mitch “Mitch All Together”
Lamar, Kendrick “Damn. Collectors Edition”
Shimizu, Yasuaki “Kakashi 1982”


Antwon “End Of Earth”
Black Flag “The Complete 1982 Demos”
Death Grips “Government Plates”
Death Grips “Exmilitary”
Death Grips “The Powers That B”
Death Grips “The Money Store”
Death Grips “No Love Deep Web”
Lil Ugly Mane “Mista Thug Isolation”



Oh Sees
(Castle Face)
Previously known as Thee Oh Sees (among other names), this ultra-prolific San Francisco garage/psych-punk four-piece continues to sound fresh and compelling on this nineteenth studio album (fourteen years after their first album, which was under the name OCS.) With the help of Ty Segall’s engineering and production, the sound strikes the right balance of raw and refined. It kicks off with the wild and catchy single “The Static God”, which keeps the listener pumped throughout its nearly four-and-a-half minute runtime without dragging. I really liked the eight-minute “Keys to the Castle” as well, starting with two minutes of invigorating rock before unexpectedly segueing into a calm, emotional, instrumental ambient remainder, like a somber reflection of a deserted warzone.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Teengirl Fantasy
(Planet Mu)
This American duo (consisting of Logan Takahashi and Nick Weiss) creates intoxicating electronic music that incorporates ambient, downtempo and techno elements. This latest album is meant to serve as “the next day” of Teengirl Fantasy’s 2010 debut 7AM, “stretching ambient themes in multiple directions, scattering with the morning light” when one’s body is resting while the spirit is thriving. Some of my favorites include the lush, chilled-out synth-laden “Crash Soft” and the kinetic beat-driven, shimmering “Star-rise”.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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