184 x Big Toast ft. John Paul & Breezy Lee: Backpack

Another perfectly crafted lampooning session here from Big Toast and 184, as they release the next video from their new album. This time it’s capitalism’s cheerleaders who are in the firing line, the sort of high-end brand junkies who judge everything by its expense or worth, including you and your miserable existence. Who Shit in the Sandpit? was released in full last week and is now available to download/stream via Revorg Records. Plenty of physicals available too.

184 x Big Toast ft. Breezy Lee: This is England + LP News

Important music from the Revorg camp, as Big Toast and 184 unite once more to stick it to the more morally challenged people of his benighted isle. This is England is the lead single from the album, and features a nice appearance from Breezy Lee, one of three from her on the full LP. The superbly titled, Who Shit In The Sandpit, is due for release on 23 October. The video for This is England was made by The Strange Neighbour.

184 X Big Toast ft. The Strange Neighbour: F.W.L

Following on from last year’s Prolefeed collab, Big Toast and 184 have reunited for another joint venture which is due to surface in the autumn. F.W.L. is our first taster from the project and it includes a welcome feature from The Strange Neighbour. More news on the album, Who Shit in the Sandpit, as and when I have it.

Tuff Boyz: Bat Night

The Tuff Boyz are back with a new video as they continue to build the anticipation and intrigue for their forthcoming album. If you want to know what to expect from the video, imagine if Sam Peckinpah directed an episode of Phoenix Nights and you’ll be on the right track. It also features an array of cameos from the Cypher Lounge family, so keep your eyes peeled. Bat Night is produced by Oliver Sudden and Tizer. Pre-orders for the album are available now via Revorg Records.

Tuff Boyz: No!

Revorg Records back at it with another project on the horizon, as Strange Neighbour and Big Toast combine to form Tuff Boyz. As the name might suggest and if you’re familiar with their usual approach, this is not for people who take themselves too seriously, but don’t write it off as comedy rap as the skill levels are still high. Excellent production from Oliver Sudden as usual. Their album, Bat Night, is due for release soon.

184 & Big Toast: Prolefeed (Stream)

More misanthropic raps from Big Toast, as he joins force with 184 for Prolefeed. You have already had a sample of what the project has to offer, in the form of Afraid of Americans and fans of that single will be pleased to hear that the rest of the album continues in very much the same vein. There is a lone feature from fellow Revorg resident, Jack Diggs, who appears on the title track, but other than that the stage is left clear for Toast to instill us with more his vitriolic sociopolitical commentary. Prolefeed is available to stream in full below and you can grab a download/physical over on the Revorg Bandcamp. Continue reading “184 & Big Toast: Prolefeed (Stream)”

184 & Big Toast: Afraid of Americans

Strong start to the forthcoming Prolefeed LP, as 184 and Big Toast bless us with their first video. Toast has set his sights on the Orange Menace on Afraid of Americans, as demonstrated in the video which was filmed on location outside the US Embassy. As well as the video, there is also a digital download available which comes with a follow-up to Toast’s anthemic, Fuck Off Tarquin. You find them over on the Revorg Records site.