11th Of May 2018 Update

11th Of May 2018 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

***First off, don’t forget we have an event at Counterweight Brewing Co. in Hamden tomorrow! Big ol’ Record Festival! Come on through! Follow this link for the full information***

LPs & 12″s

Ackamoor, Idris & The Pyramids “An Angel Fell”
Albert, J. “Envy Turned Curiosity EP”
Angel Witch “Seventies Tapes”
Apparel Wax “Apparel Wax 003”
Arctic Monkeys “Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino” (Deluxe Clear & Standard Editions)
Banke “Totem EP”
Beach House “7” (Loser Edition)
Bicep “Opal (Four Tet Remix) / Helix”
Body, The “I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer”
Boy Harsher “Pain II” (Single)
Chrch “Light Will Consume Us All”
Cyclist, The “Alabaster Thrones”
Damned, The “Evil Spirits”
Davis, Miles “Greatest Hits” (+D/L)
Death And The Maiden “Wisteria”
Death Wheelers, The “I Tread On Your Grave”
Druid Lord “Grotesque Offerings”
Efdemin “Move Your Head”
Eminem “Revival”
Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra “Black Sun”
Glitch Mob, The “See Without Eyes” (2LP Deluxe)
Grateful Dead “Cornell 5.8.77” (Box Set)
Hades Archer “Temple Of The Impure”
Harper, Twig & Bill Nace “Live At Dreamland”
Head Technician “Profane Architecture”
Hood, Robert “Clocks”
Huey, Baby “The Baby Huey Story: The Living Legend” (Expanded Deluxe Edition)
Induction “Liturgical Hymns Remixes”
Kennedy, Inigo “Strata” (+CD)
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard “Polygondwanaland” (Fuzz Club Version)
Kiwi “Mountains Of Dew”
La Luz “Floating Features” (Ltd .Color Ed.)
Mad Professor “Electro Dubclubbing!!”
MC5 “Kick Out The Jams Motherf*cker!” (Red White & Blue Splatter Vinyl Ltd. Ed.)
Mirra, CJ “Static [Original Surf Soundtracks Vol. 1]”
Morbosidad “Coronoa De Epidemia”
Mortician “Zombie Massacre Live!”
Mount Kimbie “Love What Survives Remixes Part 1”
Mount Kimbie “Love What Survives Remixes Part 2”
Night Flowers “Wild Notion”
Nirosta Steel “The Dry Ice Remixes”
Nocturnal Projections “Complete Studio Recordings” (+D/L)
Nocturnal Projections “Inmates In Images” (+D/L)
Novae Militiae “Gash’kalah”
oOoOO & Islamiq Grrrls “Faminine Mystique”
Pinkshinyultrablast “Miserable Miracles” (Pink Mix)
Pom Pom “Untitled”
Prophet “Wanna Be Your Man” (Produced By MNDSGN)
Pseudogod “Sepulchral Chants”
Ras_G “My Kinda Blues”
Retep Folo “Galactic Sounds”
Seven Days Of Samsara “1998-2018”
Simian Mobile Disco “Murmurations” (+D/L)
Simmons, Rolando “World Building” (Green Marble)
Skinless “Savagery”
Soft Kill “Savior”
Sorority Noise “YNAAYT” (Rearrangement Of 2017 Album, Green Vinyl)
Spacemen 3 “Recurring” (+D/L)
Spacemen 3 “Playing With Fire” (+D/L)
Spacetravel “Metroname”
Spazz “Sweatin’ To The Oldies (All Of The Out Of Print Stuff ’93-’96)”
Strung Out “Black Out The Sky” (+D/L)
Sum 41 “Does This Look Infected?” (Reissue)
Superstition “Surging Throng Of Evil’s Might”
Terre Thaemlitz / DJ Sprinkles “Deproduction EP2”
Turner, Frank “Be More Kind” (180 Gram + D/L)
U-Roy “Talking Roots”
Various “Flowers From The Ashes – Comtemporary Italian Electronic Music”
Various “Heads Records – South African Disco-Dub Edits”
Various “Black Panther: The Album” (Soundtrack)
Vice Device / Void Vision “Void Vision / Vice Device”
Voivod “Too Scared To Scream” (Picture Disc)
Waits, Tom “The Heart Of A Saturday Night” (Yellow & Black Editions)
Waits, Tom “Nighthawks At The Diner” (Opaque Red)
Williamson, Jess “Cosmic Wink”


Dinosaur Jr. “Blue Room Sessions (Third Man Records)”
Ghoul / Ill Bill “Ill Bill / Ghoul” (Ltd. Color + D/L)
Jimmy Eat World “Love Never / Half Heart”
No Joy “Blue Room Sessions (Third Man Records)”
Onyx Collective “Fruit Stand / Snake Charmer”
Vantage Point “Vantage Point”


Arctic Monkeys “Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino”
Beach House “7”
Belly “Dove”
Black Moth Super Rainbow “Panic Blooms”
Black Rainbows “Pandaemonium”
Body, The “I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer.”
Bridges, Leon “Good Thing”
Children Of Technology “Apocalyptic Compendium: 10 Years In Chaos Noise And Warfare”
Dalt, Lucrecia “Anticlines”
Detroit Rising “A Cosmic Jazz Funk Adventure”
Dilla, J “Ruff Draft”
Dimmu Borgir “Eonian”
DJ Koze “Knock Knock”
Garcia, Jerry “Before The Dead” (4CD Set)
Gay, Ben LaMar “Downtown Castles Can Never Block The Sun”
Hopkins, Jon “Singularity”
Horse Feathers “Appreciation” (+D/L)
Iceage “Beyondless”
Ihsahn “AMR”
Judas Priest “Firepower” (Deluxe Hardbook Edition)
Kozelek, Mark “Mark Kozelek”
La Luz “Floating Features”
Lik “Carnage”
Matt & Kim “Almost Everyday”
Morbosidad “Corona De Epidemia”
Oksennus “Kolme Toista”
Phair, Liz “Girly-Sound To Guyville” (3CD)
Phair, Liz “Exile In Guyville”
Skinless “Savagery”
Spacemen 3 “Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To”
Tesseract “One”
Thompson, Linval “Dub Landing” (Remastered + Bonus Disc)
Turner, Frank “Be More Kind”
Ulver “Sic Transit Gloria Mundi EP”
U-Roy “Talking Roots”
Various “Too Slow To Disco Brasil”
Venetian Snares / Daniel Lanois “Venetian Snares X Daniel Lanois”
Vive La Void “Vive La Void” (Synth Driven New Project From Sanae Yamada of Moon Duo)
Wallachia “Monumental Heresy”
Young, Dennis “Sy N Th Es I S”


Beach House “7” (SP1240)
Illuminati Hotties “Kiss Yr Frenemies” (TE182)
La Luz “Floating Features” (HAR-105)
Leya “The Fool” (NNA113)



Fu Manchu
Clone of the Universe
(At The Dojo)
Originally formed as a hardcore punk band called Virulence, this Southern Californian stoner rock band has been around since 1985 (I first hear them in the 2000s through the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater games.) Now with twelve studio albums under their belt, the group shows they haven’t lost their edge for fuzzed-out, distortion-heavy desert rock that’s simultaneously groovy, hazy and energetic. The second half of the album is the eighteen-minute jam “Il Mostro Atomico”: joined by Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson, it’s truly a psychedelic space-ride with ever-morphing, nebulous brand of rock.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Kevin Morby
City Music
(Dead Oceans)
Born in Lubbock, Texas, indie-folk singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Kevin Morby is currently pursuing his solo career after playing for two Brooklyn bands (he was bassist for Woods and frontman for The Babies.) His songs have a warm and intimate quality, with this album being written from a Californian beachfront as an optimistic reflection on urban living. The nearly seven-minute title track, for example, is dreamy guitar-rock that’s like gazing at a sunset-colored sky. He even incorporates punk, energetically paying tribute to the Ramones and The Jim Carroll Band on “1234” and putting a completely new, easygoing acoustic spin on the Germs’ “Caught In My Eye”.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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