10th of August 2018 Update

10th of August 2018 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

30Drop Meets Arpanet “Phases EP”
Ambolley, Gyedu Blay “The Message” (Coloured Vinyl /2000 +D/L)
Amps, The “Pacer”
Axelrod, David “Songs Of Experience” (Audiophile Reissue)
Barbieri, Caterina “Born Again In The Voltage” (/500 First Pressing)
Barbieri, Caterina / Eleh “Bestie Infinite / Wear Patterns” (/500 First Pressing)
Bixby, Dave “Ode To Quetzalcoatl” (1969 Acid Folk Reissue)
Brave Hands “To End All Worth”
Case, Neko “The Tigers Have Spoken”
Case, Neko & Her Boyfriends “Furnace Room Lullaby”
Charlemagne Palestine “Interrvallissphereee (Blue TB7 Series)” (Moog Sound Lab)
Charlemagne Palestine “Ttuunnee”szz Duh Rruunneesszz (Blue TB7 Series)” (Moog Sound Lab)
Chosen Brothers “Sing & Shout”
Chosen Brothers “March Down Babylon Dub / Version”
Crypt Trip “Rootstock”
Davis, Mikaela “Delivery”
Dettmann, Marcel / Silent Servant / Pye Corner Audio “Jealous God Issue No. 22”
Dial “Noise Opera”
Ekuka “Ekuka”
El Ten Eleven “Banker’s Hill”
Fall, The “45 84 89 A Sides” (White Vinyl)
Fiser, Lubos “Valerie & Her Week Of Wonders” (2 Alternate Covers Available)
Flaherty, Paul / Chris Corsano “The Hated Music”
Flanagan, Harley “Cro-Mags” “The Original Cro-Mags Demos 1982/83”
Futuropaco “Futuropaco” (Solo Project Of Golden Void Drummer, + D/L, Tri-Colour Vinyl First Edition)
Gibbs, Freddie / Madlib “Deeper EP”
Gladiators, The “Studio One, Presenting The Gladiators” (Deluxe Ed. + D/L)
Global Electronic Network “Time Square”
Green River “Come On Down” (Ltd. Ed. Color Reissue With Unreleased Bonus Track)
Hamase, Motohiko “Intaglio”
Hartman, Odetta “Old Rockhounds Never Die” (Red Vinyl)
Idles “Brutalism” (Remastered + D/L)
Jones, Joe “Solar Music Tent” (1982 Reissue – Originally Only 10 Copies Released)
Liars “1/1 (Original Soundtrack To The Film)” (2LP Clear Vinyl + D/L)
Mannerfelt, Peder “The Screw That Holds The World Together”
Matsumoto, Nozomu “Climatatherapy”
Moldy Peaches “The Moldy Peaches” (Red Vinyl)
Muir, Jake “Lady’s Mantle”
Notches “Almost Ruined Everything”
Perry, Lee “Scratch” & The Upsetters “Cloak & Dagger”
Rise Against “The Ghost Note Symphonies, Vol. 1”
Schwellenbach, Gregor “The Body As Archive”
Shovels & Rope “Predecessors”
Silent Harbour (Conforce Presents) “Noctiluca”
Sill, Judee “Songs Of Rapture And Redemption: Rarities & Live” (Run Out Groove Pressing)
Sisters Of Mercy “First And Last Always” (Record Store Crawl Edition)
Sisters Of Mercy “Floodland” (Record Store Crawl Edition)
STRFKR “Being No One, Going Nowhere (Remixes)” (2LP 180 Gram Starburst Vinyl + D/L)
Suicideyear “Color The Weather”
Ulver “Shadows Of The Sun”
Various “Black Man’s Pride: Righteous Are The Sons And Daughters Of Jah 2” (Soul Jazz Records)
Various “La Llama De Prometeo: La Puerta De Entrada A Las Nuevas Musicas Espanolas”
Various “Duomo Sounds Ltd. – Nigerian 80s Disco Music To Move Your Soul”
Waits, Tom “Blue Valentine” (Transparent Blue, Remastered)
Wedge “Wedge”
Westberg, Norman “After Vacation”
Wild Pink “Yolk In The Fur”
Wu-Tang “Pearl Harbor – Deluxe Edition”
Xglare “Morph”
Younge, Adrian “Voices Of Gemma Instrumentals”


Griffit Vigo “DJ” (GQOM 6)
Loose Joints “Is All Over My Face” (Reissue)
Signal “Signal”
Velle, Ruby & The Soulphonics “Broken Woman”


Booka Shade “Galvany Street” (Bluray Disc)
DJ Sprinkles & Hardrock Striker “Skylax House Explosion”
El Ten Eleven “Banker’s Hill”


Clearance “At Your Leisure” (TSR189)
El Ten Eleven “Banker’s Hill” (TSR104)
Newsom, Joanna “Ys” (DC303CS)
Newsom, Joanna “The Milk-Eyed Mender” (CD263CS)


Wire Magazine #415



Andrew W.K.
You’re Not Alone
(Red Music)
I’ve been following this wild California-born and Michigan-raised (and currently Manhattan-based) singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist since 2001, when I first saw his breakthrough music video “Party Hard” from his debut album I Get Wet. Nine years after his last U.S. release 55 Cadillac (an improvisational piano album), W.K. is back in full force with his fifth album You’re Not Alone. He showcases maturation and refinement of his heavily energized party-rock style with epic, booming multi-layered arrangements that feel like they could fill arenas. Positivity is an essential element of his songwriting, and it definitely shines here with uptempo anthems such as “Music Is Worth Living For” and “Total Freedom” that pack an irresistibly uplifting punch.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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