19th Of October 2018 Update

19th Of October 2018 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Abstracter “Cinereous Incarnate”
Alkaline Trio “Crimson” (Ltd. Ed. Split-Color Vinyl)
Alkaline Trio “From Here To Infirmary” (Ltd. Ed. Split-Color Vinyl)
Alkaline Trio “Good Mourning” (Ltd. Ed. Split-Color Vinyl)
Alkaline Trio “Is This Thing Cursed?” (Ltd. Ed. Bone Color)
Alpha & Omega “King And Queen”
Atmosfear “Entrance”
Bass Clef “Celescalating” (TTT071)
Bayle, Francois “Electrucs!” (1974, Never Before Released)
Bells Into Machines “Bells Into Machines”
Big Black “Songs About Fucking” (Remastered By Steve Albini & Bob Weston At Chicago Mastering, + D/L)
Black Sabbath “We Sold Our Soul For Rock ‘N’ Roll” (Tuesday Rocktober Release)
Blood Orange “Negro Swan” (2LP + D/L)
Born Ruffians “Red Yellow & Blue”
Bradock, Pepe “AT 019”
Branko “Atlas”
Broncho “Bad Behavior”
Candy “Good To Feel”
Carpenter, John / Cody Carpenter / Daniel Davies “Halloween: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Pumpkin Orange and Black Vinyl Available +D/L)
Cave “Allways” (Half-Speed Mastered)
Cherry, Neneh “Broken Politics” (Produced By Kieran Hebden [Four Tet])
Church, Eric “Desperate Man”
Cloud Nothings “Last Building Burning” (Ltd. Ed. Clear Vinyl)
Dead Rider Trio Featuring Mr. Paul Williams “Dead Rider Trio Featuring Mr. Paul Williams”
DJ Lag “Stampit”
Docile “Docile” (TTT061)
Earthless “From The West”
EP-4 “Lingua Franca-1”
Ersahin, Ilhan Istanbul Sessions “Solar Plexus”
Fallbeil “Death Of The Machines”
Farao “Pure-O” (Special Edition Transparent Vinyl +D/L)
Fear Factory “Obsolute” (180 Gram)
Fontaine, Brigitte & Areski Belkacem “Vous Et Nous”
Fort Romeau “SPC-140”
Frehley, Ace “Spaceman” (180 Gram Silver Vinyl Ed. + D/L)
Geotic “Traversa” (Sea Foam Vinyl +D/L)
Get Up Kids, The “Eudora”
Get Up Kids, The “On A Wire” (180 Gram)
Goblin “Profondo Rosso” (Soudntrack, Orange/Purple)
Grateful Dead “Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel” (Rocktober)
Grateful Dead “Steal Your Face!” (Rocktober)
Grateful Dead “Blues For Allah” (Tuesday Rocktober Release)
Grateful Dead “Wake Of The Flood” (Tuesday Rocktober Release)
Helio Sequence, The “Keep Your Eyes Ahead” (Loser Edition Blue Vinyl + D/L)
Hosono, Huruomi “Hosono House” (Indie Color & Standard Black Varieties)
Hosono, Huruomi & Tadanori Yokoo “Cochin Moon” (Indie Color & Standard Black Varieties)
How to Dress Well “The Anteroom” (2LP Heavyweight Vinyl)
Hunters Chorus “Old Growler”
Ibarra, Susie “Perception”
Illuminati Hotties “Kiss Yr Frenemies” (Ltd. Ed. Color + D/L)
Intercourse “Everything Is Pornography When You’ve Got An Imagination” (Local!)
Isbell, Jason & The 400 Unit “Live From The Ryman” (Green)
Joy Division “Peel Sessions”
Kiki Pau “Hiisi”
King, Elle “Shake The Spirit”
Konami Kukeiha Club “Gradius” (Soundtrack)
Kreator “After The Attack” (Picture Disc Rocktober Ltd. Ed.)
Le Syndicat Electronique “Le Syndicat Electronique”
Leach, Mary Jane “(F)lute Songs”
Leigh, Heather “Throne”
McDowell, Fred “Mississippi Delta Blues”
Minus The Bear “Fair Enough” (Baby Pink & Coke Bottle Green Varieties + D/L)
Morphine “Yes” (Run Out Groove)
Mount Kimbie “DJ-Kicks”
N.E.R.D. “Seeing Sounds” (Urban Legends Reissue)
Oldham, Will “Songs Of Love And Horror”
Open Mike Eagle “Rappers Will Die Of Natural Causes” (Gold Pressing)
Ortalani, Riz “The Etruscan Kills Again” (Soundtrack)
Parks, Tess & Anton Newcombe “Tess Parks & Anton Newcombe”
Parmegiani, Bernard “Memoire Magnetique Vol. 1” (1966-1990, Never Before Released)
Primal Scream “Give Out But Don’t Give Up: The Original Memphis Recordings”
Rabit “Life After Death”
Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement “Red Ants Genesis”
Raw Ambassador “Mental Disorder”
Saves The Day “Stay What You Are” (180 Gram)
Saves The Day “Ups & Downs: Early Recordings And B-Sides” (180 Gram)
Saves The Day “Under The Boards” (180 Gram)
Shahabi, Shida “Homes” (+D/L)
Shining “Animal”
Siouxsie & The Banshees “The Scream”
Sundays & Cybele “On The Grass”
Thomas, Jr. & The Volcanos “Rockstone” (Ltd. Ed. Lava Colored Vinyl /1000)
Van Pelt, Graham “Time Travel”
Various “Switched-On Eugene”
Various “Blaze: Original Cast Recording” (Red Vinyl)
Various “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” (Soundtrack)
Various “Saigon Supersound 1964-75 Volume Two”
Watain “Lawless Darkness” (Reissue)
Weakened Friends “Common Blah” (Ltd. Light Blue)


Collins, Nico & The Soul Chance “Give Love A Try / The Sole Chance” (Red)
Thomas, Jr. & The Volcanos “Chin Up / Spellbound”


Bells Into Machines “Bells Into Machines”
Bixiga 70 “Quebra-Cabeca”
Carpenter, John / Cody Carpenter / Daniel Davies “Halloween: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (2018)
Cloud Nothings “Last Building Burning”
Earthless “From The West”
Eisenberg, Wendy “The Machinic Uncounscious”
Factory Floor “A Soundtrack For A Film”
Geotic “Traversa”
Head With Wings “From Worry To Shame”
How To Dress Well “The Anteroom”
Kode9 & Burial “Fabriclive 100”
Minus The Bear “Fair Enough”
Mythic Sunship “Another Shape Of Psychedelic Music”
Parks, Tess & Anton Newcombe “Tess Parks & Anton Newcombe”
Rosenstock, Jeff “Post-”
Shining “Animal”
Spacemen 3 “Forged Prescriptions”
Thomas, Jr. & The Volcanos “Rockstone”
Un “Sentiment”
Various “Switched-On Eugene” (Numero)
Various “Blaze: Original Cast Recording”


Cave “Allways” (Drag City)
Dal Forno, Carla “Top Of The Pops” (cdfcs001)
Sun Ra “The Heliocentric Worlds Of Sun Ra Vol. 2” (PAESP-010)
Thomas, Jr. & The Volcanos “Rockstone” (CLMN12022)


Wire #417 November 2018 (with Wire Tapper CD) Magazine



Tony Molina
Kill the Lights
Bay Area-based singer-guitarist Tony Molina has been a member of hardcore bands including Dystrophy, Ovens and Caged Animal, but he sounds positively mellow on this latest album. He’s fazed out elements of distortion for a string of bright acoustic folk-pop songs that draw inspiration from indie rock (Teenage Fanclub) and classic rock (The Byrds). Molina distills these melancholic songs of lost love down to their rich essence for a concise result (each track is between one and two-and-a-half minutes long) so that no second is wasted.
[Reviewer: Mark]

The Weather Station
The Weather Station
(Paradise of Bachelors)
Here’s a Canadian folk-music project fronted by singer and multi-instrumentalist Tamara Lindeman. For this fourth album, Lindeman crafted eleven deeply personally songs primarily based around acoustic guitar and strings, exploring a variety of experiences with intensely poetic lyrics. “Thirty”, for example, recalls spending the often-dreaded age having fun touring Europe while her friends settled down for marriage and children. The high-energy “Kept It All To Myself” uses elaborate imagery to display her light-headed emotions during a decaying relationship (“there were days when the luminescence of the skies or the deep brown grasses struck me so hard in the early evening…”).
[Reviewer: Mark]

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