3rd of January 2020 Update

3rd of January 2020 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

Babii “Hiide”
Cass. & Gianni Brezzo “Masala Kiss”
Decoherence “Ekpyrosis” (+D/L)
Deerhoof “The Man, The King, The Girl” (Clear / Blue)
Die Kreuzen “Die Kreuzen” (+D/L)
Eye “Metamujer”
Funeral Diner “The Underdark”
Georgia Maq “Pleaser” (Neon Pink + D/L)
Jacklin, Julia “Crushing” (Green)
Kiwanuka, Michael “Kiwanuka” (180 Gram 2LP)
Konami Kukeiha Club “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles In Time” (Soundtrack)(Big Apple Green)
Konami Kukeiha Club / Manabu Ramiki “Castlevania: The Adventure Rebirth” (Soundtrack)(Crystal Clear)
Musica Esporadica “Musica Esporadica”
Rapeman “Two Nuns And A Pack Mule” (+D/L)
Sensations’ Fix “Boxes Paradise” (Purple Ltd. Ed.)
Staple, Neville “Rude Boy Returns” (Orange)
Stellar Om Source “I See Through You”
Strings, Billy “Home”
Various “Tarantismo: Odyssey Of An Italian Ritual” (Don’t DJ, Bottin, Diego Carpitella & Alan Lomax…)
Vazz “Cloud Over Maroma”
Warriors, The “Monomyth”
Zatua “Sin Existencia”


Fiddlehead “Get My Mind Right”


Glass Beach “The First Glass Beach Album”
Havohej “Table Of Uncreation”
Idles “A Beautiful Thing: Idles Live At Le Bataclan”
Infernal Majesty “Demon God”
Trepaneringsritualen “Ritualer, Blot & Botgoring”


Death Vanish “Cold Hammer Of Melancholy”
Death Vanish “Total Solitary Instinct”



Nurse with Wound Soliloquy For Lilith [Reissue]
(United Dirter)
Originally released as a vinyl box set on Idle Hole Records in 1988, this immersive and spellbinding experimental album has gone through several different-colored reissues, with the latest being this three-CD set with green foil artwork. The eerily shimmering and otherworldly sounds were created using effects units set for a feedback loop: however, likely as the result of an electrical fault, Nurse with Wound mastermind Steven Stapleton was able to alter the sound simply by moving his fingers above the units as if they were theremins. With its ever-morphing icy and inorganic tones that sound like a post-apocalyptic chrome wasteland in the dead of winter, Soliloquy For Lilith is still regarded as an essential album for fans of industrial, drone and ambient.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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