21st Of June Of 2019 Update

21st Of June Of 2019 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records


LPs & 12″s
Abyssal “A Beacon In The Husk”
Ambolley, Gyedu-Blay “Ambolley”
Arkbro, Ellen “Chords”
Baizley, John / Nate Hall / Mike Scheidt “Songs Of Townes Van Zandt Vol. II”
Baroness “First & Second” (Reissue)
Bertoia, Harry “Sonambient”
Black Flower “Ghost Radio”
Black Midi “Schlagenheim”
Blood Incantation “Interdimensional Extinction”
Bradock, Pepe “Not Complicated”
Brown, James “Get On The Good Foot”
Burger, Rob “The Grid” (Ltd. Ed. Cosmic Clear Vinyl Feat. Laurie Anderson)
Burger, Rob “Daedalus”
Buzzcocks “Singles Going Steady” (Half-Speed Mastered Deluxe Purple Vinyl + D/L)
Clark, Alice “Alice Clark” (We Want Sounds Reissue + D/L)
Clay Rendering “California Black Vows”
Collette, Ned “Old Chestnut” (+D/L)
Comfort “Not Passing”
Crass “The Feeding Of The 5000” (Remastered)
Crows “Silver Tongues”
Darkthrone “Old Star” (180 Gram Green Vinyl)
Davachi, Sarah “Pale Bloom”
Divino Nino “Foam” (Translucent Orange + D/L)
Duran, Kelman “13th Month”
Earthen Sea “Grass & Trees”
Ethnic Heritage Ensemble “Be Known: Ancient / Future / Music”
Fairuz “Wahdon” (We Want Sounds Reissue)
Fruit Bats “Gold Past Life” (Ltd. Ed. Aqua Vinyl + Bonus 7″ Peak Vinyl + D/L)
Garson, Mort “Plantasia” (1976 Album – First Authorized Reissue, Ltd. Ed. Green Vinyl And Standard Black Vinyl Available + D/L, Real Seed-Paper Card)
Harry & The Potters “Lumos” (2LP + D/L)
Haslam, Gunnar “Seasick Acid EP”
Hatchie “Keepsake” (Color Vinyl + D/L)
Hayward, Charles “(Begin Anywhere)” (Solo record from This Heat and Camberwell Now member)
Heterofobia “Queremos Ver El Mundo Arder”
His Name Is Alive “All The Mirrors In The House: Home Recordings 1979-1986” (Clear Vinyl + D/L)
Horrendous “Sweet Blasphemies”
Hot Chip “A Bathful Of Ecstasy” (2LP Crystal Clear Ltd. Ed. + D/L)
Imprecation “Damnatio Ad Bestias”
Innocence Mission, The “Befriended” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Jay U Xperience “Abuja”
Kumasi “I Know You Feel It”
Lafia, John “1980-1985”
Lucifyre “Sacrament”
M0L “I/II” (Pink/Cream)
Magnitude “To Whatever Fateful End” (Blue)
Martin, Kevin “Sirens”
Matrissman & Bauernfiend “No Rush”
Meitei “Komachi”
Mills, Jeff “The Directors Cut”
Nelson, Willie “Ride Me Back Home”
Out Cold “Living Is Killing Me”
Pinkish Black “Concept Unification”
Psycroptic “As The Kingdom Drowns”
Quantic “Atlantic Oscillations”
Raconteurs, The “Help Us Stranger” (Standard Black & White Indie Exclusive Editions Avialable -> Buy A Copy To Enter Contest for one of 2 “Hey Gyp” 7″ Test Pressings we have!)
Rendell, Don / Ian Carr Quintet “Shades Of Blue” (The Landsdowne Recordings 1965-69)
Rendell, Don / Ian Carr Quintet “Dusk Fire” (The Landsdowne Recordings 1965-69)
Rendell, Don / Ian Carr Quintet “Phase III” (The Landsdowne Recordings 1965-69)
Rendell, Don / Ian Carr Quintet “Change Is” (The Landsdowne Recordings 1965-69)
Rimarimba “In The Woods”
Rimarimba “On Dry Land”
Robbins, Marty “Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs: 180 Gram Red Vinyl)
Rother, Michael “Fernwarme” (1982 Album Re-Mastered)
Rother, Michael “Sterntaler” (1978 Album Re-Mastered)
Rother, Michael “Katzenmusik” (1979 Album Re-Mastered)
Rother, Michael “Flammende Herzen” (1977 Album Re-Mastered)
RX-101 “Dopamine”
Scone Cash Players “As The Screw Turns”
Seekers International “The Guncontrolla”
Shore, Howard “The Fly: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Fog Green Vinyl)
Starcrost “Starcrost”
Steam Heat “Austin Funk”
Subotnick, Morton “Silver Apples Of The Moon”
Superstition “The Anatomy Of Unholy Transformation”
Synkro “Images”
Thollot, Jacques “Quand Le Son Devient Aigu, Jeter La Girafe A La Mer”
Thrice “Red Sky EP” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Titus Andronicus “An Obelisk” (Grayscale Ltd. Ed. Peak Vinyl + D/L)
Tortoise “TNT” (Clear/Black & White)
Two Door Cinema Club “False Alarm” (Black Vinyl)
Various “Business Class Library Music”
Various “Antipodean Anomalies”
Various “Brazil USA 70: Brazilian Music In The USA In The 1970s” (Soul Jazz Records)
Various “The Goonies” (Soundtrack)
Various “La Danza Del Agua”
Various “Spectra Ex Machina: A Sound Anthology Of Occult Phenomena 1920-2017 Vol. 1”
Vinyl Williams “Opal” (Double Mint & Sea Blue Vinyl Ltd. Repress)
Vircolac “Masque”
Viviankrist “Cross Modulation”
Wall, Martin “Metaphysicl Facelift”
Weaver, Jane “Loops In The Secret Society” (Deluxe 2LP + D/L)
Yu Su “Roll With The Punches”


Coldreams “Eyes”
Fields, Lee & The Expressions “Wake Up / You’re What’s Needed In My Life”
Finnigan, Kelly “Catch Me I’m Falling” (Pink)
Freedom Affair “Rise Up” (Blue)
Rammstein “Deutschland”
Sinseers, Thee “It Was Only A Dream / I Don’t Mind” (Gold)


Abyssal “A Beacon In The Husk”
Arkbro, Ellen “Chords”
Bertoia, Harry “Sonambient”
Black Midi “Schlagenheim”
Cave In “Final Transmission”
Davachi, Sarah “Pale Bloom”
Ethnic Heritage Ensemble “Be Known: Ancient/Future/Music”
Garson, Mort “Plantasia”
Gengras, M. Geddes “I Am The Last Of That Green And Warm-Hued World”
Horrendous “The Chills”
Horrendous “Anareta”
Imprecation “Damatio Ad Bestias”
Lucifyre “Sacrament”
Maioli, Walter & Agostino Nirodh Fortini “Taraxacum”
Obliteration “Cenotaph Obscure”
Ohsees, The “Grave Blockers EP” (Remastered)
Park, Jiha “Philos”
Pinkish Black “Concept Unification”
Prince “Originals” (14 Previously Unreleased Recordings)
Squrl “The Dead Don’t Die: Original Score”
Superstition “The Anatomy Of Unholy Transformation”
Titus Andronicus “An Obelisk”
Vircolac “Masque”


Atariame “Voiceless” (NNF354)
Black Midi “Schlagenheim” (RT0073MC)
Channelers “For Being” (NNF356)
Divino Nino “Foam” (WSP029)
Dreamers Cloth “Vitrospection 2008-2009” (NNF347)
Fennesz “Live At The Jazz Café” (TO:115C)



(Temporary Residence Ltd.)
Active since 2003, Portland, Oregon-based ambient/minimalist musician Matthew Cooper has had a prolific output of studio albums, splits and singles, with his Eluvium project garnering the most attention. Pianoworks – the tenth album under the Eluvium moniker – comes fifteen years after his previous solo piano album (and second album overall) An Accidental Memory in the Case of Death. Cooper painstakingly wrote, recorded and re-recorded the Pianoworks tracks multiple times to convey just the right mood: indeed, his work paid off with these simple-but-beautiful pieces inspired by childhood and the transition to adulthood. Opener “Recital” gently reminisces on children’s piano lessons, while the more morose “Soliloquy & Aside” feels particularly introspective.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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