More devilish antics from Cult Mountain, as they reunite to bring us their latest EP. Pitch Fork is the first single, with the video courtesy of Siim Parisoo. Cult Mountain 2.5 is out in full today.
All-round production don, Sumgii, has a new EP en route, on the infamous Swamp81 label. Sumgii has long been one of my favourite producers and so I thought I’d share this new playlist, featuring some of his greatest beats to date. The playlist features audible gold from the likes of Cult Mountain, Jam Baxter, Lee Scott, Milkavelli and Dabbla. There is also an instrumental version too, which you can find here. It should get you into just the right mood for the EP, which is due for release very soon. More info to follow.
Surprise new track from the Cult Mountain boys, which appeared yesterday along with yet another merch drop. Spell It Out features Lee, Trelly and Milk, all backed up with a nice wavy number from Sumgii. You can stream Spell It Out below and downloads are available now, as are a new series of 616 caps. Perfect attire for those summer cult meetings. Continue reading “Cult Mountain: Spell It Out”
The ever-mysterious Cult Mountain resident, Trellion, just dropped off a surprise new video. Compound is packed full of the laid back flows and deft punchlines that have made Trelly a cult favourite since the Dive by Night days. The track is also accompanied by a stunning video from Broken Antenna.
It’s been cold as fuck for too long now, but a saving grace is that it is inspiring new music (maybe). Take Nebraska, the new joint from Milkavelli, Black Josh and Lee Scott. Produced by Levelz own, Biome, the track is the best sort of filth, right from the opening bar. The opening shot says it’s Milk & Josh featuring Lee, so maybe that means we’re going to get a proper project from the two of them. The video was made by AboveGround.
A nice little lo-fi oddity from the Cult Mountain boys arrived a few days ago, to coincide with the two nights of madness they had planned in London for 616 & Friends. Life is So Hard is produced by Lee Scott and Trellion, with the multi-talented Jack Chard on synth duties. The track is available for download over on Bandcamp for the devilish sum of £616, or for free if you cop a pre-order on their latest hoodie.
In case you had not heard, Milkavelli released new music last week, in the form of his Cult Member mixtape. There are some really strong tracks on there, including this little beast, Where’s Olly? Produced by Sniff and with another great video from AboveGround, this is Milk at his finest. Cult Member is available to buy now from the DVL GNG store.
Here is the second part of my Lee Scott interview. I was beginning to think it was cursed due to how many problems it’s given me. But here it is, finally. To give you a bit of background, we had been planning to do an interview for a while, but timing had never been right. Then Lee messaged me one Friday night while I was on the way to my girl’s house. He said he’d been up since 5am and so it would be a good time to chat shit. So I rang him and we spoke for an hour about all the stuff you see below and in the first part (which you can find here). Loads of stuff about the early Blah days, meeting Milk for the first time and what projects he has lined up for the future. Continue reading “Lee Scott: Interview Pt. 2”
A week can be a long time in music. In the time I’ve been away, Milkavelli has released four new videos, which are presented to you here in all their grimy glory. Fellow cult followers and Piff Sticks fans might recognise the track in the first video – named after Milk’s OG moniker – as the background music from the Piff Sticks Promo video, which was doing the rounds a few years ago. Continue reading “Milkavelli: MUTB / Jamaa / Johnny Pattern / Fe Fi Fo Fum”
This is the latest visual cut from the HAPPYPPL project, one of my favourite releases of 2017 so far. Lee Scott & Trellion are on point, on another sweg-laden beat from Sumgii. You can cop the EP here.