26th Of July 2019 Update

26th Of July 2019 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

Amon Duul II “Phallus Dei”
75 Dollar Bill “I Was Real” (2LP Gatefold Edition + D/L)
Art Ensemble Of Chicago “We Are On The Edge” (50th Anniversary Edition)
B Boys “Dudu” (Pink)
Band, Richard “Bride Of Re-Animator”
Body Of Light “Time To Kill” (Black & Purple Varieties + D/L)
Butterfield Blues Band “Keep On Moving” (Gold)
Caamp “By & By” (2LP Orange)
Cable “Take The Stairs To Hell”
Carter, Daniel / Stelios Mihas / Irma Nejando / Federico Ughi “Radical Invisibility” (+D/L)
Church Of Misery “The Second Coming”
Craft, Kyle “Showboat Honey” (Loser Edition)
Crosby, Stills & Nash “Crosby, Stills & Nash” (Burgandy)
Curry, Denzel “Ta13oo” (Metallic Marble)
Dang, Ami “Parted Plains”
Dark Star “Cryonics: 1989-1992”
Datach’i “Bones”
De Lorians “De Lorians” (+D/L)
DJ Haram “Grace”
DJ Python “Derretirse”
Doyle “Abominator”
Dude York “Falling” (Ltd. Color)
Enforced “At The Walls”
Equiknoxx “Mark Ernestus Remixes”
Erg, Mikey “Waxbuilt Castles”
Feist “Let It Die” (Green)
Fennesz “Agora”
Gibbs, Freddie & Madlib “Bandana”
Hallowell “Hallowell”
Hyperculte “Massif Occidental”
Imperial Teen “Now We Are Timeless” (Blue Ice)
Jackson, Janet “Janet.”
Jayashiri, Bombay “Shravanam”
Jerome’s Dream “LP” (Blue)
JTC “Indigo, Flesh And Fire” (/300)
Korwar, Sarathy “More Arriving” (Ltd. Indie Exclusive Red Vinyl + D/L)
Lil Wayne “Tha Carter III” (Red)
Lonely Island, The “Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping”
Maneka “Devin”
McFarlane, J. Reality Guest “Ta Da”
Metz “Automat” (Loser Edition)
Mighty Sparrow, The “The Slave” (Colored Vinyl Reissue)
Mister Water Wet “Bought The Farm”
Modern Studies / Tommy Perman “Emergent Slow Arcs” (Ltd. Ed. Sleeve + D/L)
Morelli, Ron “Man Walks The Earth”
Morricone, Groove “Morricone Groove”
Morrison, Van “Moon Dance” (Orange)
Nadja “Eros”
Nash, Graham “Over The Years… The Demos”
Parliament “Up For The Down Stroke”
Path Of Resistance “Can’t Stop The Truth”
Primus “Animals Should Not Try To Act Like People”
Randomer & Hodge “Second Freeze”
Ratkje, Maja S. K. “Sult” (Ltd. Ed. White Vinyl)
Rimarimba “The Rimarimba Collection”
Runaways, The “The Runaways” (Premium RTI Pressing Reissue)
Runaways, The “Queens Of Noise” (Premium RTI Pressing Reissue)
Sabin, Joshua “Sutarti”
Schulze, Klaus “The Dark Side Of The Moog Volume 5”
Schulze, Klaus / Pete Namlook “The Dark Side Of The Moog Volume 6”
Snoop Doggy Dogg “Doggystyle” (Brown/Mint Splatter)
Solange “When I Get Home”
Traxman “Tekvision Volume 2” (Teklife009)
Various “You’re Not From Around Here” (Soundtrack, Numero Chrome)
Various “Stranger Things Season 3″ (Includes Bonus 7”)
Various “Seito: In The Beginning, Woman Was The Sun” (Ltd. Ed.)
Various “Scores” (Dekmantel)
Wakhevitch, Igor “Kshatrya (The Eye Of The Bird)” (Reissue)
Williams, Mary Lou “Black Christ Of The Andes”
Yildirim, Derya & Grup Simsek “Kar Yagar”
Young, Nathaniel “Accosting Form. Pure Intent”
Zappa, Frank & Mothers Of Invention “The Best Of The Mothers”


Channels 4, The / Carla & The Carlettes “Cross My Heart / Groovin'”
Cro-Mags “Don’t Give In” (Clear & Orange Varieties)
Diamond Street Players “How Many Lies, How Many Times”
Get A Grip “Running Out Of Time”
Oroza, Bobby “Lonely Girl / Alone Again”
Railroad Earth “The John Denver Letters”
WarXGames “Violent & Depressed”
Youth Of Today “One Night Stand”


Blind Guardian “Nightfall IV: Middle Earth”
Body Of Light “Time To Kill”
Caamp “By & By”
Cable “Take The Stairs To Hell”
Calexico / Iron & Wine “Years To Burn”
Cherubs “Immaculuda High”
Datach’i “Bones”
Erg, Mikey “Waxbuilt Castles”
Gibbs, Freddie & Madlib “Bandana”
Gnostic Trio “Netzach”
Haino, Keiji & Sumac “Even For Just The Briefest Moment Keep Charging This ‘Explanation’ Plug In To Making It Slightly Better”
Longfield, Sarah “Sum”
Mayhem “Wolf’s Lair Abyss”
Resavoir “Resavoir”
Zorn, John “Tractatus Musico-Philosophieus: Philosophical Investigations From The Invisible Theatre”


Metz “Automat” (SP1290)



Oren Ambarchi
Simian Angel
(Editions Mego)
Performing since 1986, Oren Ambarchi is an Australian-born experimental musician and multi-instrumentalist (he contributed guitars and a huge variety of percussion to Sunn O)))’s Black One album, for example.) He began as a free jazz drummer before discovering the guitar, which he’s learned to play fluidly despite never having had formal training. On this latest entry in his prolific discography, Ambarchi uses his electric guitar to convey a balmy, surreal ambient mood backed by percussionist Cyro Baptista (who’s worked with artists from Herbie Hancock to John Zorn.) The titular closing track begins with steely guitar strumming and engaging percussion before melting into blissful ambience that even incorporates piano.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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