Hi! You might recognize this post and maybe in the past it didn’t apply to you or it just wasn’t in the cards right then. How about now?
Are you a college student looking for an internship to fill a required allotted credit amount? Are you working in some media field?
Do you have a certain number of hours per week to devote to working for a local record store and label?
Did you answer yes to these, but have not yet sent us an inquisitive email?
How about now? Redscroll@gmail.com – do it!
We’re looking for self motivated individuals with a passion for music and preferably with blog writing experience and general internet usage knowledge. Tasks are varied and broad depending on your experience and interests. Send us an introductory email with a sentence about yourself and how you fit this description plus some basic information on where you’re going to school. email@example.com
Saturday Night’s All Right For Fighting
Connecticut is pretty small. It’s a small world, really. CT is just part of that small world. Part of a part of a part of a part (CT, USA, Northwestern Hemisphere, Earth). Within CT people involved with music production and events are even a smaller part of that smaller world within worlds. Saturday night has a very small circle biding for your time in very differently fun ways. Chill out with the final nail in the coffin to the summer of 2010 for Popeye’s Garage. Or party hard at the last outdoor event of the year with the Hartford Party Starters. Heck, if you can’t actually decide or if you’re just lazy, then go with whatever’s closest.
Tonight at Redscroll we have a bunch of people speaking. Some will read their poems. Some will tell stories. A few of them have worked on some projects done by Hot Air Press.
What is Hot Air Press? A publishing company? Yea, I mean sort of. They’ve definitely put a bunch of collected works of poetry and such (there is one particular that definitely qualifies as “such”). A record label? Maybe, yea. They have put out a handful of releases on wax. Cold Snap, Ipsissimus, Mammoth Hunter, & Florida=Death have all released music with them. An eclectic mix, for sure (weird hardcore, black metal, instrumental denseness, and improv-friendly hip-hop sensibilities all have found their way to the Hot Air Press).
What it really comes down to is that it’s a group of friends in a small state in the north-east trying to make the most out of what is directly around them. Connecticut based bands, artists, poets and people who just generally need a creative outlet can look to Hot Air Press. Come by the shop tonight and meet these dudes. Hear them speak… along with a bunch of other friendly types.
check here for the full details on our sale and this night
I made a couple videos this week. You might have seen them already via some other social networking sites. If not, check them here. The last one was just finished this morning and looks the most professional and is probably the best looking video on our youtube page to date because of the work of my friend Brian (Erzen Design).
Full information on the sale is back at this post: http://redscrollrecords.blogspot.com/2010/03/april-3-year-anniversary-sale-record.html
25th of June 2008 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records
ISLAND SOUNDS EDITION!
LPs & 12″s:
Horace Andy “Best of”
Big Youth “Chi Chi Run”
Capleton “Rise Them Up”
Capleton, Luciano, Sizzla, Jr. Kelly, Anthony B. “Five Disciples Part 3”
Chaka Demus & Pliers “Murder She Wrote/Thief of Bagdad”
Chaka Demus & Pliers “All She Wrote”
Culture “Africa Stands Alone”
Eek A Mouse “Very Best of Eek A Mouse Vol. 1”
Alton Ellis “Best of”
Ethiopians “Train to Skaville (2xLP; 180 gram)”
Heptones “Party Time”
I Roy “Heavier than Lead”
Gregory Isaacs “Showcase (Sly & Robbie Present)”
King Tubby “King of Dub”
King Tubby “Reggae Rasta Dub (Sly & Robbie Meet King Tubby)”
Luciano “Best of”
Luciano, Capleton “Jah Warrior 2”
Bob Marley “African Herbsman (+ Bonus 10″; 180 gram)”
Bob Marley “Catch a Fire”
Bpb Marley “Top Hits Sung by the Legends of Jamaica Ska (Wailers & Friends)”
Freddy McGregor “I am Ready”
Lee Perry “Divine Madness Definitely (2xLP)”
Lee Perry “Super Ape (Upsetters)”
Rhythm & Sound “Free For All/Let Jah Love”
Max Romeo “War Ina Babylon”
Max Romeo “Many Moods of Max Romeo”
Sizzla “Children of Jah”
Skatalites “Celebration Time”
Sly & Robbie “The 60s + 70s + 80s Taxi = Sly & Robbie”
Peter Tosh “The Toughest”
Various Artists “Uptown Top Ranking: Joe Gibbs Productions (2xLP: 180 gram)”
Various Artists “Nice Up the Dance: Best Studio One Disco Mixes”
Various Artists “Feel Like Jumping: Best of Studio One Women”
Various Artists “Am I Black Enough For You: Jamaican Songs of Freedom (2xLP)”
Wailing Souls “At Channel One: 7″s, 12″s and Versions (2xLP)”
Big Youth “Ride Like Lightning: Best of 1972-1976 (2xCD)”
Culture “Two Sevens Clash (Deluxe Edition; 5 Bonus Tracks)”
Eek A Mouse “Most Wanted”
King Tubby :Roots of Dub”
Toots & the Maytals “Sweet & Dandy: Best of (24 Tracks)”
Various Artists “Trojan Ska Box Set (3xCD)”
Various Artists “Trojan X-Rated Box Set (3xCD)”
Various Artists “Trojan Slack Reggae Box Set (3xCD)”
Various Artists “This is Crucial Reggae: Summer Jam Party”
We also got a slew of 7″s/45s (Bargains – All less than a buck). You’ll have to come in and look through those to see which ones.