30th Of November 2018 Update

30th Of November 2018 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

1975, The “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships” (White Vinyl 180 Gram)
Afro National “African Experimentals 1972-1979”
Akito “Gone Again”
Alpha & Omega “Dubplate Selection Vol. 3”
Amnesia Scanner “Another Life”
Antigone “Rising”
Atmosfear “Dancing In Outer Space”
Baer, Carola “The Story Of Valerie”
Bates, Tyler “The Punisher” (Marvel Soundtrack To Netflix Series)
Black Artist Group “In Paris, Aries 1973”
Bowie, David “Glastonbury 2000” (3LP)
Byrds, The “Sweetheart Of The Rodeo” (Sundazed Reissue)
Camizole “Camizole”
Camizole / Lard Free “Camizole / Lard Free”
Clouds “Heavy The Eclipse”
Cluster “Curiosum”
Corsano, Chris / Bill Nace / Steve Baczkowski “Mystic Beings”
Current 93 “The Stars On Their Horsies”
Current93 “Soft Black Stars”
Czukay, Holger “Der Osten Is Rot”
Czukay, Holger / Jah Wobble / Jaki Liebezeit “Full Circle”
Days Of Sorrow “Remembering The Days”
Eno, Brian “Music For Films” (Remastered 180 Gram + D/L)
Finn, Simon “Pass The Distance”
Foster, Josephine “Faithful Fairy Harmony” (2LP + D/L)
Gasman, The “Controlled Hallucination”
Ghostface Killah “Ghost Files (Bronze Tape)”
Glass, Samantha “Nine Memories Between Impression & Imprint” (+D/L)
Guttersnipe “My Mother The Vent”
Infinite Sound “Contemporary African-Amerikan Music”
Isham, Mark “Arkangel: Black Mirror” (Netflix Series Soundtrack)
Jethro Tull “Aqualung (Steven Wilson Mix)”
Juice World “Goodbye & Good Riddance”
K., Jon & Pat Thomas “Asafo / Enye Woa”
Key & Cleary “Love Is The Way”
King Diamond “No Presents For Christmas” (Picture Disc)
Konami Kukeiha Club “Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night” (Soundtrack)
Konami Kukeiha Club “Castlevania: Rondo Of Blood / Dracula X” (Soundtrack)
Laksa “The Amala Trick”
Laughing Hyenas “Life Of Crime”
Laughing Hyenas “Hard Times” (2LP Includes “Crawl” and “Covers” E.P.s + “Shine” Single)
Liars “Titles With The Word Fountain (TFCF Deluxe Edition)”
Lightmen Plus One, The “Energy Control Center”
Magne, Michel “Musique Tachiste”
Mannerfelt, Peder “Daily Routine”
Massacre “From Beyond” (Full Dynamic Range Reissue)
Meshuggah “Meshuggah” (Reissue White Vinyl /300)
MJ Lallo “Take Me With You”
Morgan, Mark “Department Of Heraldry”
Nu Creative Methods “Nu Creative Methods”
NYZ “Shftr Frq”
Pan-Geun, Lee & Korea Jazz Quintet ’78 “Plays Arirang & Other Assorted Classics”
Parker, Evan “The Snake Decides”
Phish “The Baker’s Dozen Live At Madison Square Garden” (6LP Box Set)
Planet B “Planet B” (Green)
Planet Battagon “Battagon Symphony EP”
Price, Michael “Tender Symmetry”
Primus “Miscellaneous Debris” (180 Gram + D/L)
Roots, The “Undun”
Scorpions, The & Saif Abu Bakr “The Scorpions & Saif Abu Bakr”
Sorgini, Guiliano “Africa Oscura: Afro-Dark Electronic Percussions”
Stove “Stove’s Favorite Friend” (White Vinyl)
Tariverdiev, Mikael “Seventeen Movements Of Spring: Original Score”
Throwing Snow “Loma”
Toxe “Blinks”
Trentemoller “Copenhagen”
True Love “The Pact”
Tweedy, Jeff “Warm”
Upsetters “Scratch The Upsetter Again”
Various “Danger Diva: Give Me Some Analog” (Soundtrack + DVD)
Various “The Black Book” (Jasss, Ramleh, Jim O’Rourke, Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, Stephen O’Malley…)
Velvet Underground “White Light / White Heat” (Purple Vinyl)
Wardruna “Skald”
Xxxtentacion “17”
Yano, Akiko “Tadaima.” (1981 Synth-Pop With YMO Backing Band)
Yoruba Singers “Fighting For Survival”
Yowler “Black Dog In My Path”

Arctic Monkeys “Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino / Anyways”
Birchall, Nat Quartet “Modes For Trane”
Brown, Craig Band “Big City Small Town”
Carpenter, John “The Fog” (Soundtrack, Red Vinyl)
Death From Above “Heads Up Demos”


Cuts “A Gradual Decline”
Scion “Arrange And Process Basic Channel Tracks”
Various “Belgian New Beat Volume 2”
Yowler “Black Dog In My Path”
Various “Brownswood Bubblers 13”
Nurse With Wound “Changez Les Blockeurs And”
Lil Peep “Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 2”
Bowie, David “Glastonbury 2000” (Standard CD and Box Set With DVD Also Available)
Scorpions, The & Saif Abu Bakr “Jazz, Jazz, Jazz”
Feeling Kreyol “Las Pale”
Throwing Snow “Loma”
Lucier, Alvin “So You… (Hermes, Orpheus, Eurydice)”
Young, Neil “Songs For Judy”
Yano, Akiko “Tadaima.”
Phish “The Baker’s Dozen Live At Madison Square Garden” (Box Set)
Tweedy, Jeff “Warm”


Cap N Jazz “Biographies, Kites, Kung Fu, Trophies, Banana Peels We’ve Slipped on, and Egg Shells We’ve Slipped On, And Egg Shells We’ve Tippy Toed Over” (PRC-9493)
Stove “Greatest Hits” (EIS059)



Uniform & The Body
Mental Wounds Not Healing
(Sacred Bones)
Spawned in Providence, Rhode Island and now based in Portland, Oregon, experimental doom metal duo The Body are no strangers to collaborations, having shared their harsh and malleable creativity with artists including Braveyoung, Thou, and Full Of Hell. This latest effort came into fruition after the duo asked New York-based industrial/noise band Uniform to tour Europe with them in early 2017 (being longtime fans, Uniform immediately took the offer and later suggested a collaborative record.) Combined, the two complement each other excellently to convey a feeling of hopelessness, despair and utter horror with a screeching, thick and heavy soot-shrouded atmosphere and tortured vocals from both sides. The uncompromising, pumping industrial beats of tracks like “The Curse of Eternal Life” and “Empty Comforts” help them particularly stand out to me.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Burmese Privileged
(Fuck Yoga)
“Vicious” would be a fitting term to describe this Bay Area six-piece, still assaulting the listener with a lethal concoction of grindcore, sludge, power electronics and noise two decades after originally forming in Iowa City as a duo. Seven years after their previous record Lun Yurn comes this limited edition full-length: it continues Burmese’s warlike sound with screaming/guttural vocals, thundering bass, crushing drums and ear-splitting feedback. Track lengths vary considerably: Side One’s range from six seconds to just under three minutes, with Side Two napalming the remains with the early power electronics-inspired “Cummunist / Your Rope”.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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