6th Of July 2018 Update

6th Of July 2018 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
B-52’s, The “Wild Planet” (Back To The 80s, Red Vinyl)
B-52’s, The “The B-52’s” (Back To The 80s, Yellow Vinyl)
Bamboos, The “Night Time People”
Black Spirituals “Black Access”
Chatwin, Ben “Staccato Signals”
Coltrane, John “Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album” (Deluxe Version)
Glassjaw “Material Control” (Ltd. Ed. 180 Gram Pink)
Immortal “Northern Chaos Gods” (/2500 White Vinyl)
Immortal “Northern Chaos Gods” (/500 White with Black Splatter Vinyl)
James, Jim “Uniform Distortion” (+D/L)
Kiss “KISS” (180 Gram Reissue)
Madonna “Like A Virgin” (Back To The 80s, White Vinyl)
Marr, Johnny “Call The Comet” (Purple)
Mndsgn “Snax”
Mobb Deep “Juvenile Hell” (Urban Legends Reissue)
Pogues, The “The Best Of The Pogues” (Back To The 80s)
Rizzla “Adepta”
Routine Death “Parallel Universes” (Fuzz Club)
RP Boo “I’ll Tell You What!”
Samael “Ceremony Of Opposites” (180 Gram + CD + Poster)
Silvera, Ana “Oracles”
Snapped Ankles “Violations” (+D/L)
Various “Disque Debs International Volume 1 – An Island Story: Biguine, Afro Latin & Musique Antillaise 1960-1972”
Wen “Ephem.era”


Tiger Army “Dark Paradise EP” (Blue Hawaiian Color + D/L /1500)
Trokan, Benny “Too Far Gone / Turn Back You Fool”


Coroner “Grin” (Remastered)
Coroner “Mental Vortex” (Remastered)
Lucifer “Lucifer II”
Okzharp & Manthe Ribane “Closer Apart”
RP Boo “I’ll Tell You What!”


Oh Sees “Orc” (BRGR01217)
Oh Sees (OCS) “Memory Of A Cut Off Head” (BRGR01218)



The Digging Remedy
Hailing from London, this IDM duo consisting of Andy Turner and Ed Handley has been active since 1991, collaborating with and/or remixing music of artists like Björk, Red Snapper, Mara Carlyle and Goldfrapp (as well as scoring the 2006 anime film Tekkonkinkreet.) On this eighth record, they further showcase their dense, intricate brand of electronic music (called “post-techno” by some critics) along with multi-instrumentalist Benet Walsh providing guitar on a few tracks (as well as tin whistle on the uniquely earthy/techno hybrid “Lambswood”.) Single “CLOCK” creates something emotional and massive-sounding out of its hook that seems to grow like a tower ascending to the heavens.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Allison Weiss
Remember When
(No Sleep)
This Michigan-born and Georgia-raised indie-pop singer-songwriter is now known as A.W. (they came out as nonbinary after this EP’s release). The five songs are bright and intricate rock/pop with recurring themes of looking back on past love: the opening title track is about feeling completely disillusioned and “lost at sea” with a former partner, and another highlight well as a tender acoustic cover of Robyn’s bittersweet but good-natured “Call Your Girlfriend”.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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