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Lee Scott recently unearthed this previously unreleased track, which was originally intended for his 2014 Tin Foil Fronts album. Dead Canary features production from Herrotics’ finest, Broom Man. You can stream it below. Read the rest of this entry »

New video for P.O.T.D., which is lifted from Sleazy F’s debut Blah release, All Blahk Tracksuit. The production comes courtesy of Baileys Brown.

Last November I did a late night phone interview with Blah Records founder, Lee Scott. For one reason or another – ranging from my own laziness to my Dropbox being hacked – it has not yet seen the light of day. Until now anyway. Presented to you in two parts, this is one of the more in-depth interviews I’ve done and sees Lee talk about his early memories of his hometown, the making of his Nice Swan album and the birth of Blah. Part 2 will follow next week. Read the rest of this entry »

Check out the latest video from Sleazy F. Man’s been getting attention from the likes Complex and Noisey, which is quite an achievement for any UKHH rapper these days. Not hard to see why though. The track was produced by Deiago.

Fresh from Manchester comes the latest video from Black Josh. When The Rain Falls is produced by Dylan the Infamous and the video was shot by Breez.

Check the latest video from the Morrstinkin album, which Stinkin Slumrok and Morriarchi released earlier in the year. Duh Duh sees the duo on typically fine form, with a nice little visual accompaniment from ApeNinja. The album is still available to buy from all the usual spots, including the Blah store.

I got a message from Lee Scott a few nights ago, asking if I would like an exclusive preview of his new tape only project. He told me it was weird, really weird. I said I was definitely down. He sent me the audio and I pressed play, not really grasping how weird he meant. Read the rest of this entry »

Rowdy new one from Sleazy F & Black Josh. Loyalty is produced by Biome. There is also a four track EP out from the duo, entirely produced by Dyno. You can stream it here.

New from Blah comes the latest cut from Bisk. He is set to release yet another EP today, the next in a long line of heaters which have emerged over the past year or so. Ravioli is produced by Lee Scott.

Rare treat from the Blah camp, as the elusive Sly Moon gifts us a new single. Produced by Sly and Salar, Cold Sagging Every Day is a prime example of why the MC has built up a cult following since the Brick Pelican days. More music on the way? Who knows. Just enjoy this for now.