8th Of December 2017 Update

8th Of December 2017 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Barrow, Geoff / Ben Salisbury “Free Fire: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Silver 2LP + D/L)
Beau Wanzer “Issue No. Twenty” (Jealous God)
Belle & Sebastian “How To Solve The Human Problems” (Part One Of A Series Of Three E.P.s)
Blatty, William Peter “The Exorcist (Music Excerpts From)” (Soundtrack, Remastered 180 Gram)
Boothe, Ken “Got To Get Away”
Brewster, Bill “Bill Brewster Presents Tribal Rites Part 2 Floor Fillers” (2LP Collection)
Cadaveric Incubator “Sermons Of The Devouring Dead”
Califone “Heron King Blues” (+ D/L)
Cary, Tristram / Brian Hodgson & The BBC Radiophonic Workshop “Doctor Who: The Daleks” (Soundtrack)
Chaos Echoes “The Unfathomable EP”
College “Shanghai” (Gold Coloured Vinyl)
Courtneys, The “The Courtneys” (Reissue)
Crotty, Robert / Loren Connors “Robert Crotty With Me: Loren’s Collection 1979-1987” (+CD)
Cult Of Luna “Eternal Kingdom”
Current 93 “Thunder Perfect Mind”
Deadly Avenger “Everyday Is Kill” (Death Waltz Originals 180 Gram Coloured Vinyl + D/L)
Dego & Kaidi “A So We Gwarn”
DJ Q-Bert “Dirtstyle Twenty-Fifth Anniversary 1992-2017”
Elder “Dead Roots Stirring” (Reissue Colored Vinyl + Poster + D/L)
Fox, Bill “Before I Went To Harvard”
Goblin “Suspiria” (Soundtrack, 40th Anniversary Edition)
Goldston, Lori “Music For Etudes No. 11 Runway Show”
Johannsson, Johann “IBM 1401, A User’s Manual”
Kalasin, Sonthaya “Lam Phloen Grade A Guy”
Kang, Eyvind “Plainlight”
Kensuke Ide With His Mothership “Otemoyan Isan”
Kindling “No Generation”
Kowton “Pea Soup / Iodine”
KVB, The “Fixation / White Walls”
Legowelt “Legendary Freaks In The Trash Of Time” (2LP)
Les Filles De Illighadad “Eghass Malan”
Lihhamon “Doctrine”
Liquids “Hot Liqs” (16 Songs)
Lucy “Hermit / High Priestess (Blawan Remixes)”
Martinez, Cliff “Contagion: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Yellow & Red Biohazard Edition /1200)
Model 500 “No UFO’s Remixes” (2×12″)
Mooner “Tabiat”
Moore, Steve “Mayhem: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Morphine “Live At The Warfield 1997” (Run Out Groove /2555)
Morrissey “Low In High School” (Blue French Import, Spanis Orange Import, Japanese Yellow Import versions in this week)
Motion City Soundtrack “Even If It Kills Me” (10th Anniversary Ltd. Ed. Light Blue)
Napalm Raid “Wheel Of War”
Obsessed, The “Demo” (Reissue)
Obsessed, The “The Obsessed” (Reissue)
Pandit Pran Nath “Sings Ragas Bheempalasi & Puriyaa Dhanaashree – Palace Theatre – Paris 1972 – Volume II”
Paramnesia “Ce Que Dit La Bouche D’ombre”
Patricia “Autotomy”
Phobia “Remnants Of Filth”
Prettiest Eyes “Pools”
Repos, The “The Repos” (Reissue, Youth Attack)
Repos, The “Hearts And Heads Explode” (Reissue, Youth Attack)
Rogerson, Tom / Brian Eno “Finding Shore” (Blue)
Russo, Gus & Clutch Reiser “Brain Damage: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Salisbury, Ben & Geoff Barrow “Black Mirror: Men Against Fire” (Original Score, Picture Disc Edition And Color Vinyl Edition Available)
Satanic Warmaster “Nova Ordo Ater”
Sl0tface “Try Not To Freak Out” (Ltd. Ed. Yellow 180 Gram)
Stevens, Sufjan “The Greatest Gift Mixtape: Outtakes, Remixes & Demos From Carrie & Lowell”
Varg “Misantropen”
Various “Heavenly Ethiopiques – The Best Of The Ethiopiques Series” (Ethiopiques Series Reissue By Heavenly Sweetness)
Various “Digital Zandoli 2: Funky Zouk Spectrum 1984-1993”
Various “80s Underground Cassette Culture Volume 1”
Visible Cloaks “Lex” (+D/L)
Wakeman, Rick “The Phantom Of The Opera” (Exclusive Color Variant /300 – Soundtrack)
Wiki “No Mountains In Manhattan”
Yorke, Thom “Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes” (Stripped Down Standard Edition)


Gutara Kyo “Gutara Kyo”
Honey Harper “Universal Country” (Clear)


Morrissey “Low In High School” (7″ Box Set – Indie Exclusive Clear Vinyl)
Xylitol “Is Toxic To Pigs??”
Zomby A Devil Lay Here / Basquiat


A Certain Ratio “FORCE”
A Certain Ratio “To Each…”
A Certain Ratio “The Graveyard And The Ballroom”
Anatomia “Cranial Obsession”
Barrow, Geoff & Ben Salisbury “Free Fire: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Bunkur / Mordor “Bunkor Vs. Mordor”
Death “The Sound Of Perseverance” (Reissue Remaster)
Elder “Elder (+Demo)”
Elder “Dead Roots Stirring”
Inquisition “Anxious Death / Forever Under”
Kurupt FM “The Lost Tape”
Moore, Steve “Mayhem: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Pica Pica “Spring & Shade”
Profanatica “The Enemy Of Virtue” (2CD)
Red Death “Formidable Darkness”
Rogerson, Tom / Brian Eno “Finding Shore”
Wiki “No Mountains In Manhattan”


Chikiss “New Season” (NNF338)
Faim “Demo Tape” (TLAL / Sonic Mystics)
Filthy Huns “Forever Beast” (NNF335)
Heathered Pearls “Detroit, MI 1997-2001” (GI313)
S’wanox “Jokes About Rain” (NNF337)


Unknown Passage: The Dead Moon Story DVD



Sleater-Kinney Live In Paris
(Sub Pop)
Recorded on March 20, 2015 at La Cigale only months after this influential Olympia, Washington riot grrrl band’s reformation, Sleater-Kinney’s first live album shows that their explosive punk rock energy hasn’t faded over twenty years since the band’s inception. The tour was primarily to promote their latest record No Cities to Love, with a rich selection of tracks throughout their career as well (the performance even got two encores.) These include the opener “Price Tag” (a newer track about working-class struggles and the high cost of low prices) and the rock-drenched 1997 record-title track “Dig Me Out” (about embracing female domination.)
[Reviewer: Mark]

Pocket Vinyl
Death Anxiety
(The Telegraph Recording Company)
On their third full-length album, this Norwich, Connecticut-based indie/art rock husband-and-wife duo (“Eric Stevenson slams on the piano and sings while Elizabeth Jancewicz paints on stage”) features intense and emotional piano rock songs themed around death (they say it isn’t meant to be depressing, though, but about being open to questions on the subject.) Stevenson certainly has a talent for an immense, room-filling “slam” with tracks like my favorites “Heaven, Hell or Nihilism” and the nine-minute instrumental “Salem Witch Trials”.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Daphne Lee Martin Frost
(The Telegraph Recording Company)
Based in New London, Connecticut, Martin has an intriguing sound blends classic, old-fashioned styles (Southern roots, blues, jazz) with electronic and rock ‘n’ roll elements. Released as a companion to the album Moxie, Frost sets itself apart with its electronics: opener “Little Birds”, for example, mates Martin’s smoky, ethereal vocals with a peppy synthesizer and beat (later joined by horns.) One of my favorites is “Make It Rain”: the dreamy piano makes it sound like a 50s prom slow-dance, soon joined by refreshing electric guitar parts.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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