14th Of December 2018 Update

14th Of December 2018 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

6lack “East Atlanta Love Letter”
Akitsa “Credo”
Allien, Ellen “Take A Stand RMXS”
Allred, David “The Transition”
Angels & Airwaves “We Don’t Need To Whisper” (Ltd. Ed. Colored Vinyl: SRC HiFi)
Atmosphere “When Life Gives You Lemons, You Paint That Shit Gold” (10 Year Ann. Standard Ed.)
Babe Rainbow, The “Double Rainbow”
Basho, Robbie “Venus In Cancer”
Beatles, The “Thirty Weeks In 1963”
Blacc, Aloe “Christmas Funk” (Red/White)
Boogarins “La Vem A Morte: Deluxe Version”
Brockhampton “Iridescence” (2LP)
Brown Sugar “I’m In Love With A Dreadlocks: Brown Sugar And The Birth Of Lovers Rock 1977-80” (Soul Jazz Records)
Brown, Kev “The Brown Album – Black Album Remixes”
Burwell, Carter “The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs (A Film By Joel & Ethan Coen)” (Soundtrack)
Cardopusher “A Convenient Excuse Pt. 1”
Combe, Stuff 5 + Percussion “Stuff Combe 5 + Percussion” (Ltd. Ed. 180 Gram Half Speed Mastered)
Combo Chimbita “Abya Yala”
Craig, Iam William “A Turn Of Breath” (Deluxe Edition)
Damu The Fudgemunk “Ears Hear Spears (Instrumental)” (Green)
De Babalon, Christophe “Exquisite Angst”
Decemberists, The “Traveling On” 10″
Dire Wolves “Paradisical Mind”
Dire Wolves / Headroom “Headroom / Dire Wolves”
DMBQ “Keeenly”
Don The Tiger “Matanzas” (+D/L)
Doomtree “False Hopes” (Tenth Anniversary Edition Reissue + D/L)
Fall Out Boy “Save Rock And Roll: Pax-Am Edition”
Fit For An Autopsy “Hellbound” (Brown & Black Marble 180 Gram Ltd. Ed. + D/L)
Flatbush Zombies “Vacation In Hell” (2LP Clear With Black Smoke + LTd. Ed. Bandana + D/L)
Ghostface Killah “The Lost Tapes”
Goraguer, Alain “Musique Clasee X”
Green Death “Hallowmass”
Hillyard, Dave & The Rocksteady 7 “Burrulero”
Jewel, Johnny “Vapor”
JK Flesh “New Horizon”
Karen O & Dangermouse “Lux Prima” (Single)
KTL “The Pyre: Versions Distilled To Stereo”
Le Ry-Co Jazz “Dansons… Avec Le Ry-Co Jazz”
Lndn Drgs (Jay Worthy & Sean House) “Aktive”
Marciano, Roc “Behold A Dark Horse”
Monk, Thelonious “The Unique Thelonious”
NHK Yx Koyxen “Self Split”
Octopus Project, The “Damsel”
Otte, Hans “Das Buch Der Klange / The Book Of Sounds” (Ltd. Ed. 2LP Remastered)
Primus “Antipop” (Reissue + D/L)
Primus “Animals Should Not Try To Act Like People” (Reissue + D/L)
Primus “Rhinoplasty” (Reissue + D/L)
Public Opinion Afro Orchestra, The “Naming & Blaming” (+ D/L)
Putbacks, The “The Putbacks” (+ D/L)
Ricky Eat Acid “Three Love Songs” (180 Gram, Black)
Ripperton Presents Headless Ghost “Breakthrough EP”
Robyn “Honey”
RS Producoes “Bagdad Style”
Scone Cash Players “Blast Furnace”
Selling “On Reflection” (Ltd. Ed. Light Blue)
Shingo Suwa “MDF” (Acid Camp)
Silent Servant “Shadows Of Death And Desire”
Skott, Jakob “Instrumentality” (/300 + D/L)
Skull Snaps “Skull Snaps” (Official Reissue, Restored Artwork)
Snowgoons “Black Snow” (White Vinyl)
Spector, Phil / Various “The Phil Spector Christmas Album” (Reissue)
Split Decision Band “Spit Decision Band” (+D/L)
Spoerri, Bruno “Rare & Unreleased 1971-1998”
Suff Daddy “Baker’s Dozen”
Sun Ra & His Arkestra “Thunder Of The Gods”
Sunflare “On” (2LP)
Sunwatchers & Eugene Chadbourne “3 Characters”
Surfbort “Friendship Music”
Viper “You’ll Cowards Don’t Even Smoke Crack” (White Vinyl 2LP + Signed Insert)
Wise, Denis “Wize Music”
Xxxtentacion “?”
Young, Neil “Songs For Judy”


Brownout “Fear Of A Brown Planet”
Coates, Oliver & Eliza McCarthy “Music By Micachu: Peace & Riding Through Drinking Harpo Dine”
Deli, The / Blue In Green “Emapea Re-Works”
Electronic Circus, The “Direct Lines / Le Chorale”
Nuke Cult “Stress Relief”
Slackers, The “Wrongful Suspicion / The Noose”


Boogarins “La Vem A Morte: Deluxe Version”
Paak, Anderson “Oxnard”
Silent Servant “Shadows Of Death And Desire”
Venom “Storm The Gates”


Akitsa “Credo” (HOS-604)



Ava Luna
Moon 2
(Western Vinyl)
Now a five-piece, this artsy Brooklyn band has progressed to a more accessible (as suggested by the opening track) blend of indie rock, dance-punk, R&B, funk and soul as opposed to their more dissonant past work. Their sound is now laden with smooth, space-y synth, intricate beats and multi-layered vocals that make for an intoxicating concoction. After vocalist/synth player Becca Kauffman found a stash of “women’s tapes – recordings of neo-pagan goddess chants from 90’s women’s lib groups” at a garage sale, she decided to incorporate similar chanting into these songs as an in-joke shared among band members. My favorite songs are some of the liveliest ones like the kinetic “Centerline”, along with “Deli Run” and its funky bassline.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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