18th Of January 2019 Update

18th Of January 2019 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

Aesop Rock & Tobacco “… Are Malibu Ken” (Blue Vinyl + D/L)
Antena “Camino Del Sol.”
Atrament “Scum Sect”
Ayyur “The Lunatic Creature”
Berrocal, Jac / David Fenech / Vincent Epplay “Ice Exposure”
Bewitcher “Bewitcher”
Biohazard “State Of The World Address” (180 Gram Silver Vinyl /1000)
Black Earth “A Cryptic Howl Of Morbid Truth”
Brainwaltzera “EP1-LOG EP”
Bremen “Enter Silence”
Bucknor, Kings Aigbologa & His Afrodisk Beat Organisation “Katakata (Volume 1)”
Cosmic Eye “Dream Sequence”
Dead C, The “Rare Ravers”
Death In June “Essence!” (Picture Disc)
Deerhunter “Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?” (Standard Grey)
Deth Crux “Mutant Flesh”
Dog Power “Dog Power” (New Zealand Founded, Serbian Rock Band, + D/L)
Eisenberg, Wendy “Its Shape Is Your Touch”
Emperor X “The Blythe Archives – Volume One”
FaltyDL “If All The People Took Acid”
Gas “Zauberberg” (+D/L)
Goatwhore “A Haunting Curse”
Goblin (Claudio Simonetti’s) “Music For A Witch: Tour Edition”
Golden Filter, The “Dislocation”
Grateful Dead “The Best Of Grateful Dead: Skeletons From The Closet” (White Vinyl /6000)
Gunn, Steve “The Unseen In Between”
Haino, Keiji / Jim O’Rourke / Oren Ambarchi “Only Wanting To Melt Beautifully Away Is It A Lack Of Contentment That Stirs Affection For Those Things Said To Be As Yet Unseen”
Hama “Houmeissa”
Hausermann, Ruedi “Galerie Randolph”
Hellfire “Free Again”
Joy Division / New Order “Total: From Joy Division To New Order” (The Best Of)
Katayama, Mitsaki “First Flight”
Key, Cevin (Of Skinny Puppy) “Brap And Forth Vol. 8” (Outtakes)
Khana Bierbood “Strangers From The Far East”
Koite, Sourakata “En Hollande”
Kosugi, Takehisa “Catch-Wave” (First Time Vinyl Reissue)
Laps “Who Me?”
Logtoad “Rat Full Of Coins Vol. 1”
Lowtec “Light Surfing”
Luxurious Bags “Frayed Knots”
Lynch, Julian “Rat’s Spit”
Machinefabriek “With Voices” (Ltd. Ed. Red Vinyl + D/L)
Marley, Bob “The Best Of Bob Marley”
Martellota, Massimo “One Man Sessions Volume 4 // Underwater”
McPhee, Joe “Nation Time” (1971 Album Reissue)
Melnyk, Lubomyr “Fallen Trees”
Mercyful Fate “Into The Unknown” (Picture Disc)
Mercyful Fate “9” (Picture Disc)
Metro Boomin “Not All Heroes Wear Capes”
Moctar, Mdou “Blue Stage Sessions”
Mom Jeans / Prince Daddy & The Hyena / Pictures Of Vernon “Now That’s What I Call Music Vol. 420″ 10”
Nakayama, Eji “Aya’s Samba”
Nana Grizol “Theo Zumm”
Nazar “Enclave EP”
Oliveros, Pauline “Reverberations I”
Open Mike Eagle “What Happens When I Try To Relax”
Oso Oso “Real Stories Of True People, Who Kind Of Looked Like Monsters…”
Pedro The Lion “Phoenix” (Seafoam Vinyl 2LP 180 Gram + D/L)
Pinhas, Richard “Iceland” (1979 Album Reissue)
Portishead “Roseland NYC Live”
Purple Image “Purple Image” (Reissue of 1968 Album)
Queen “News Of The World”
Ranaldo, Lee “Electric Trim Live At Rough Trade East” (+ D/L)
Royksopp “Senior”
Schulze, Klaus “Moonlake”
Schulze, Klaus “Kontinuum”
Schulze, Klaus “Shadowlands”
She Past Away “Narin Yalnizlik”
Shigeto “Weighted EP” (Magenta Vinyl)
Skornik, Guy “Tusk: Soundtrack” (Alejandro Jodorowsky)
Space Camp “Force Femmed”
Spell “The Full Moon Sessions”
Spiegel, Laurie “Unseen Worlds” (Reissue Of 1991 Album, 2LP + D/L)
Spiegel, Laurie “The Expanding Universe” (Expanded 3LP Reissue + D/L)
Stapleton, Steven & David Tibet “Dead Memory”
Strapping Fieldhands “Alluvium Trinkets” (+D/L)
Substance “Rise And Shine”
Taking Back Sunday “Twenty” (2LP Retrospective + New Songs)
Toro Y Moi “Outer Peace” (Ltd. Ed. Clear Vinyl + D/L)
Twilight Sad, The “It Won’t Be Like This All The Time” (LTd. Ed. Blue Vinyl + D/L)
Ulver “Sic Transit Gloria Mundi EP”
Van Etten, Sharon “Remind Me Tomorrow” (Clear Blue and Standard Editions Available)
Various “American Noise Vol. 2” (Tad, Laughing Hyenas, Die Kreuzen, Killdozer…)
Various “The Library Music Film: Music From & Inspired By The Film”
Various “Midnight In Tokyo Vol. 3”
Vybz Kartel “Kingston Story: Deluxe Edition”
Wainwright, E.W. Jr. “African Roots Of Jazz”
Walid (AKA DJ W.E.B) “Wire Parasitism EP”
Ward, M. “What A Wonderful Industry”
Weakened Friends “Crushed / Gloomy Tunes”


Autoerotichrist / Prurient “Blizzard”
Brutal Birthday “Commotion / Notion / Rinse”
Fields, Lee & The Expressions “It Rains Love / Will I Get Off Easy”
Mom Jeans / Graduating Life “Split (Mom Jeans & Graduating Life)”
Pylon Reenactment Society “Messenger / Cliff Notes”


Abruptum “Vi Sonus Veris Nigrae Malitiaes”
Aesop Rock & Tobacco “… Are Malibu Ken”
Black Sabbath “Greatest Hits 1970-1978”
Deerhunter “Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?”
Goblin “Music For A Witch: Tour Edition”
Gunn, Steve “The Unseen In Between”
Koite, Sourakate “En Hollande” (Awesome Tapes From Africa)
Legendary Pink Dots, The “Canta Mientras Puedas: An Anthology Of The Years ’90 To ’95”
Legendary Pink Dots, The “Chemical Playschool 10”
Legendary Pink Dots, The “Farewell, Milky Way”
Leimer, K. “Useless Epitomes” (Remastered & Expanded Reissue)
Lucier, Alvin “Ricochet Lady”
Nu Guinea “Nuova Napoli”
Pedro The Lion “Phoenix”
Sensory Illusions “Sensory Illusions”
Ski Mask The Slump God “Stokely”
Spell “The Full Moon Sessions”
Spiegel, Laurie “Unseen Worlds”
Taking Back Sunday “Twenty”
Tangerine Dream “The Sessions IV”
Twilight Sad, The “It Won’t Be Like This All The Time”
Van Etten, Sharon “Remind Me Tomorrow”
Various “Midnight In Tokyo Vol. 3”
Ward, M. “What A Wonderful Industry”

Death In June “All Pigs Must Die”
Death In June “The Wall Of Sacrifice”
Death In June “Occidental Martyr”
Death In June “Presents Kapo!”
Death In June “Brown Book”
Death In June “But, What Ends When The Symbols Shatter?”
Death In June “Abandon Tracks”
Death In June “DISC-riminate (’81-’97)” (2xCS)
Dubblestandart “Dub In Tape” (PACT-004)
Hoegemeyer, Eric “Secret Agent” (PACT-001)
Loop Diary “Introduction To The Simple Universe Vol. 1” (PACT-002)
Pedro The Lion “Phoenix” (PRC-370)
Sleep “The Sciences” (TMR-547)
Space Camp “Inevitable Demise” (Howling Frequency)


Wire Issue #420 Magazine



(Exploding In Sound)
Formed in Newtown, Connecticut in 2009, this band plays loud, fuzzy and uplifting shoegaze / indie rock. After a few breakups, it’s great to hear them back in action on this new full-length a half-decade after their debut AM (they’ve also had a string of singles, splits and compilations throughout their career.) Their dynamic lo-fi sound is comparable to that of Dinosaur Jr., Sebadoh and Pavement, utilizing distortion to give memorable guitar melodies just the right punch. The mid-tempo opening track “Baby Alligator” sets the tone with a burst of sunny, rugged guitar fuzz heard throughout the album (the ultra-energetic “Short Morgan” is another easy highlight with its thundering chorus.)
[Reviewer: Mark]

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