22nd Of June 2018 Update

22nd Of June 2018 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

4th Movement, The “The 4th Movement” (Detroit Death)
Archives, Sudan “Sink”
Arp “Zebra (“/-“)”
Batto, Ogon “Hedoro”
Binker & Moses “Alive In The East?”
Black Zodiac “True Places”
Bonnacons Of Doom “Bonnacons Of Doom”
Bradock, Pepe “ATA 018: Exodus 8 – Mixed Techniques”
Craft “White Noise And Black Metal”
Cure, The “Torn Down: Mixed Up Extras” (2LP Half Speed Mastered)
Cure, The “Mixed Up” (2LP Half Speed Mastered)
Daedelus “Of Snowdonia / Something Bells” (Coke Bottle Clear 2LP)
Diddley, Bo “Bo Diddley” (Blue Vinyl Reissue)
Dio “Dream Evil” (Record Store Crawl Ltd. Ed.)
Dio “Sacred Heart” (Record Store Crawl Ltd. Ed.)
Dio “The Last In Line” (Record Store Crawl Ltd. Ed.)
Dio “Holy Diver” (Record Store Crawl Ltd. Ed.)
Dio “Lock Up The Wolves” (Record Store Crawl Ltd. Ed.)
Dio “Strange Highways” (Record Store Crawl Ltd. Ed.)
DJ Hell “Wir Reiten Durch Die Nacht (Remixes)”
Drowning Craze, The “Singles ’81-’82”
Elaquent “Baker’s Dozen (BDZ009)”
Fell, Mark “Intra”
Ferrari, Luc “Atelier De Liberation De La Musique”
Gang Gang Dance “Kazuashita”
Guryan, Margo “Take A Picture” (Clear Vinyl Reissue)
Hammer & The Nails “Hammer & The Nails”
Hardfloor “Lights, Camera, Acid”
Here Lies Man “You Will Know Nothing”
Heroin In Tahiti “Casilina Tapes 2010-2017”
Higgins, Patrick “Dossier”
High Priestess “High Priestess”
Hirs Collective, The “Friends Lovers Favorites” (Pink)
Jedi Mind Tricks “The Bridge & The Abyss”
Jewel, Johnny “Themes For Television”
Johnson, Paul “Feel The Music”
Jungle “Happy Man / House In LA”
Khemmis “Desolation”
King Rooster, The “The King Rooster”
Lay Llamas “Thuban” (Ft. Goat, Mark Stewart, Clinic)
Lingua Ignota “All Bitches Die”
Little Willie John “Fever” (White Vinyl Reissue)
Lojiii & Swarvy “Due Rent” (+D/L)
Lorenzo BITW “Love Junction”
Lubricated Goat “Plays The Devil’s Music”
Maudlin Of The Well “Part The Second”
Melody’s Echo Chamber “Bon Voyage” (180 Gram + D/L)
Mick’s Jaguar “Fame And Fortune”
MJM Artists, The “Ruff Graft Revisited”
Monopoly Child Star Searchers “Make Mine, Macaw”
Neurosis “Pain Of Mind” (Reissue)
Nine Inch Nails “Bad Witch” (180 Gram)
Nurse With Wound “Changez Les Blockeurs”
One King Down “Bloodlust Revenge” (20th Anniversary Edition, Yellow Vinyl, Remastered)
Otep “The_Ascension” (Ltd. White Vinyl)
Paleman “Searching”
Panic! At The Disco “Pray For The Wicked” (+D/L)
Planning For Burial “Quietly” (Remaster)
Ploy “Ramos / Roy’s Rolls”
Princess Nokia “A Girl Cried Red”
Qui510 “Freakqui”
Raincoats, The “Odyshape”
Renbourn, John “Live In Kyoto 1978”
Roby, Tess “Beacon”
Roc Marciano “RR2 – The Bitter Dose”
Saint Pelvyn, John “A Clerical Error In Shasta County Shouldn’t Have To Ruin A Saturday Night” 10″
Scallops Hotel “Sovereign Nose Of (Y)our Arrogant Face”
Schulze, Klaus / Pete Namlook “Dark Side Of The Moog Vol. 1” (180 Gram)
Second Still “Equals”
Skygreen Leopards, The “The Jingling World Of The Skygreen Leopards”
Slapshot “Make America Hate Again” (Yellow)
Soft Machine, The “The Soft Machine” (Gold Vinyl Reissue)
Sons Of Kemet “Your Queen Is A Reptile” (2LP + D/L)
Stasis “FromTheOldToTheNew”
State Champs “Living Proof” (Ltd. Color + D/L)
Suicideyear “Hate Songs”
This Wild Life “Petaluma” (Translucent Yellow)
Thollot, Jacques “More Intra Musique”
Thou “Ceremonies Of Humiliation”
Trentemoller “The Last Resort” (3LP + D/L)
Van Dyke, Pat “Hello, Summer” (Pool Blue /500 +D/L)
Varg “Nordic Flora Series Pt. 5: Crush”
Various “Boombox 3: Early Independent Hip Hop, Electro And Disco Rap 1979-83” (Soul Jazz Records)
Various “Record Kicks 15th”
Washington, Kamasi “Heaven And Earth” (4LP)
Whiplash “Power And Pain” (Reissue)
Younge, Adrian / Ali Shaheed Muhammad “The Midnight Hour”
Zappa, Frank & The Mothers Of Invention “Burnt Weeny Sandwich” (180 Gram)


Bulldoze “Remember Who’s Strong”
J Rocc “The Funky President Edits Vol. 6”
J-Zone “Guerrilla Drums” (2×7″)
Modern Life Is War “Tribulation Worksongs Vol. 1”
Mystery Lights, The “Thick Skin / In The Darkness”
Stro Elliot “Soul II Stro / The Egyptian Way”
Weaver, Jane “The Lightning Back”


4th Movement, The “The 4th Movement” (Death, Detroit)
Binker & Moses “Alive In The East?”
Dawes “Passwords”
Gang Gang Dance “Kazuashita”
Heads, The “RKT!”
Impending Doom “The Sin And Doom Vol. II”
Jedi Mind Tricks “The Bridge & The Abyss”
Khemmis “Desolation”
Limb “Saboteurs Of The Sun”
Lingua Ignota “All Bitches Die”
Mick’s Jaguar “Fame And Fortune”
Nine Inch Nails “Bad Witch”
Washington, Kamasi “Heaven And Earth” (2CD)
Your Old Droog “Packs”


Binker & Moses “Journey To The Mountain Of Forever” (GBR1537CAS)
Firewalker “Alive” (WIG015)
Have Heart “The Things We Carry” (B9R075)
Have Heart “Songs To Scream At The Sun” (B9R096)
Kink Gong “Music Is Not A Copy” (SUC10)
Princess Nokia “A Girl Cried Red” (RT0013MC)
Ulaan Markhor “Helm” (SAB087)



Venetian Snares X Daniel Lanois
Venetian Snares X Daniel Lanois
(Timesig / Planet Mu)
Here’s an electronic collaboration between two Canadian musicians from different backgrounds: the frantic breakcore/IDM-loving Aaron Funk (performing as Venetian Snares) and the ambient-based Daniel Lanois (best known for producing for artists like Bob Dylan and Neil Young, but also a multi-instrumentalist who collaborated with Brian Eno.) Born out of Lanois reaching out to Funk as a fan of his work in 2014, the resulting melding of sounds could be described as some sort of post-apocalyptic dreamscape: Lanois sets the rich, mood-evoking atmosphere while Funk’s hyperactive, head-spinningly-complicated beeps and blips add a sense of frantic thrill.
[Reviewer: Mark]

You Disgust Me
(Mass Appeal)
After meeting at a Dilated Peoples show, rappers/producers The Alchemist (originally from the early 90s duo The Whooliganz) and Oh No decided to exchange verses and beats before forming this duo in 2010. They showcase skillful lyricism on this third album along with guests such as Action Bronson, Your Old Droog, Chuck Strangers, Havoc and Sean Price (the last of whom passed away shortly after the album’s release.) With the booklet’s artwork consisting of striking, eerie photos of a decaying abandoned hospital, the album’s lyrics complement the rough and grimy mood. They use samples effectively as well, such as the “The Man With The Horn” capturing the feeling of drowning one’s troubles in an urban jazz club.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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