27th Of April 2018 Update

27th Of April 2018 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Adolescents “The Complete Demos 1980-1986”
August, David “DCXXXIX A.C.”
Axelrod, David “Song Of Innocence”
Bart De Paepe “Pagus Wasiae”
Blueboy “The Bank Of England”
Blues Lawyer “Guess Work”
Boli Group “N.P.D.S.”
Bong Odyssey “Recordings 1993-98”
Bonny Doon “Longwave”
Boothroyd “Pure Country”
Boy Harsher “Yr Body Is Nothing” (+D/L)
Boy Harsher “Lesser Man (Extended Version)” (+D/L)
Brainticket “Celestial Ocean” (+CD)
Call Super “Suzi Ecto” (Repress)
Cam Deas “Time Exercises”
Carlson, Dylan “Conquistador”
Control Denied “The Fragile Art Of Existence” (Reissue)
Crampton, Elysia “Elysia Crampton (Ocelote)”
Cucina Povera “Hilja”
Cuts “Exist 1”
Cuts “Exist 2”
Czarface & MF DOOM “Czarface Meets Metal Face”
Daniel, Drew & John Wiese “Continuous Hole”
Davidson, Marie “Marie Davidson”
Deadbeat “Wax Poetic For This Our Great Resolve”
Deftones “Adrenaline”
Der Zyklus “Elektronisches Zeitecho”
Deuter “Princess Of Dawn / Soundtrack 1972”
Dopplereffekt “Gesamtkunstwerk”
Fluxion “Ripple Effect”
Forth Wanderers “Forth Wanderers” (Loser Edition)
Frost, Ben “All That You Love Will Be Eviscerated”
GBH “No Survivors” (Live 1982, Red Vinyl)
Geld “Perfect Texture”
Ghost Vision “Saturnus”
Goodarzi, Omeed “Zoltar Hid All The Locks / Minnow”
Grandiose Malice “The Eternal Infernal”
Grave Upheaval “Untitled”
Grosser, Andreas “Venite Visum”
Grouch, The “Don’t Talk To Me” (Sand Color)
Grouper “Grid Of Points”
Half Waif “Lavender”
Hey Colossus “RRR” (2LP)
Holy Sons “Lost Decade III” (Ltd. Ed. /500 + D/L)
Igarashi, Wata “Question And Answer EP”
Jelinek, Jan “Zwischen”
Jelinek, Jan & Computer Soup “Improvisations And Edits, Tokyo 26.09.2001”
Just Measurers, The “Flagellation” (1983 Album Reissue)
Les Halles “Zephyr”
Madball “Demonstrating My Style” (180 Gram)
Melvins “Ozma”
Metro Skim “Actualising Possibilities”
Moss, Jamal “Acid Taken Over” (2LP)
Napalm Death “Coded Smears And More Uncommon Slurs” (2LP Gatefold)
New Mastersounds, The “Renewable Energy”
Nilsson, Molly “These Things Take Time”
Okkervil River “In The Rainbow Rain” (Ltd. Ed. Multi-Color + D/L)
Panopticon “The Scars Of Man On The Once Nameless Wilderness (Part 2)”
Panopticon “The scars Of Man On The Once Nameless Wilderness (Part 1)”
Pharaoh Overlord “Zero”
Physique “Punk Life Is Shit”
Prhyme “Phryme 2” (+D/L)
Ras G & Afrikan Space Program “Stargate Music”
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry “Talk About The Weather” (Ltd. Ed. /500)
Roach, Steve “Dreamtime Return”
Secret State “Zero Zero One” (Import)
Smith, Kaitlyn Aurelia “Abstractions”
Sonns “Tame”
Sorrow “Under The Yew Possessed”
Sterile Hand “Sterile Hand”
Stimulator Jones “Exotic Worlds And Masterful Treasures”
Sueves, The “R.I.P. Clearance Event”
Talley, Norm “I Tried To Told Cha”
Tenniscoats “Music Exists Disc 4”
Turnstile “Nonstop Feeling” (Transparent Beer Colored Vinyl)
Twin Shadow “Caer” (Ltd. Ed. + Flexi Disc)
UT “Live At The Venue: Nov 24 1981” (/600)
Various “Spiritual Jazz 5 – Esoteric, Modal And Deep Jazz From Around The World 1961-79”
Various “Deutsche Elektronische Musik” (Record A & Record B Both In Stock)
Various “The Bedroom Tapes: A Compilation Of Minimal Wave From Around The World 1980-1991”
Velle, Ruby & The Soulphonics “State Of All Things” (+D/L)
Vomitor “Pestilent Death”
WitchTrial “Demo 2017”
Wolf King “Loyal To The Soil”
Yaghmaei, Kourosh “Back From The Brink: Pre-Revolution Psychedelic Rock From Iran: 1973-1979”
Young Echo “Young Echo”
Zeke “Hellbender”


No Trend “Teen Love”
No Vacation “Summer Break Singles”
Omni “Sunset Preacher / Confessional”
Thigh Master / Dag “Split Euro Tour EP”


Anthrax “Kings Among Scotland”
Boy Harsher “Yr Body Is Nothing”
Boy Harsher “Lesser Man (Extended Version)”
Carlson, Dylan “Conquistador”
Crampton, Elysia “Elysia Crampton”
Cuts “Exist”
Dark Buddha Rising “II”
Deadbeat “Wax Poetic For This Our Great Resolve”
Deiquisitor “Downfal Of The Apostates”
Fakear “All Glows”
Fluxion “Ripple Effect”
Giraffes? Giraffes! “Memory Lame”
Grosser, Andreas “Venite Visum”
Grouper “Grid Of Points”
Homewrecker “Hell Is Here Now”
Melvins “Pinkus Abortion Technician”
Motorhead “Overkill”
Motorhead “Iron Fist”
Speedy Ortiz “Twerp Verse”
Thantifaxath “Void Masquerading As Matter”
Twin Shadow “Caer”
Whipstriker “Merciless Artillery”
Wolf King “Loyal To The Soil”


Automelodi “Surlendemains Acides” (HD045)
Cinema Cinema “Man Bites Dog”
Cinema Cinema “A Night At The Fights”
Davidson, Marie “Marie Davidson” (HD017)
Fiddlehead “Springtime And Blind”
Giraffes? Giraffes! “Memory Lame” (TSR181)
Gulfer “Dog Bless” (TSR182)
Speedy Ortiz “Twerp Verse” (CAK126)



Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings Miss Sharon Jones! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Soul and funk singer Sharon Jones had started performing in the early 1970s (during her teenage years) but after years of odd jobs, she finally got attention in 1996 after contributing backing vocals to famous soul singer Lee Fields. After several solo singles, she released her first full-length record under the name Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings in 2002, receiving critical acclaim that would continue throughout the 2000s (including a Grammy nomination.) Unfortunately, she was diagnosed with cancer in 2013: that experience was chronicled in the documentary Miss Sharon Jones!, which was released only a few months before her death in November 2016. This soundtrack compiles various songs throughout her career, concluding with the previously unreleased, autobiographical track “I’m Still Here”. It serves as a reminder of how spirited and enthusiastic she was as a figure of the soul revival, undaunted by her lifelong career struggle and even performing wig-free after losing her hair due to chemotherapy.
[Reviewer: Mark]

William Tyler
Modern Country
Also known for his work with Lambchop and Silver Jews, Nashville-born guitarist and composer William Tyler plays instrumental folk-rock / Americana that uses memorable chords but is more thoughtful and explorative than pop, comparable to artists such as Bill Frisell or Neu! His melodic songs incorporate traditional country elements such as pedal steel guitar, but give off an atmospheric, sometimes almost post-rock vibe (his backing ensemble includes Phil Cook of Hiss Golden Messenger, Darin Gray of Tweedy, and Glenn Kotche of Wilco.) Nine-minute opener “Highway Anxiety”, for example, sounds perfect for an introspective journey across wide-open spaces.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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