Some new music from Cult Mountain resident, Milkavelli, emerged after dark yesterday. Cold Outing is produced by cult leader Lee Scott and Button Eyes’ resident musical don, Jack Chard. Expect more from Chard and the Blah boys coming soon. You can stream Cold Outing below. Continue reading “Milkavelli: Cold Outing”
More video action from the recent HAPPYPPL project, which Lee Scott and Trellion released. This particular joint features fellow Cult Mountain dweller, Milkavelli and a great video from frequent collaborator, Vikki Digby-Johns. The animated bits were put together by Spud Kingett. You can buy Things To Do In Happy Land When Ur Dead over on Bandcamp.
Another new video from the forthcoming HAPPYPPL project, brought to us by 616 cult members Lee Scott and Trellion. The video was apparently filmed in 15 minutes on a Bangkok rooftop, in the midst of a lightning storm, which is probably a first for UK rap. Things To Do In Happy Land When Ur Dead is available to pre-order now over at the Cult Mountain Bandcamp.
There aren’t many rappers in this country who have achieved the cult status of Milkavelli. Thanks to a slew of Blah affiliated releases back in the day as Monster Under The Bed, he then went on to become part of Piff Gang, with a pretty distinct change in style as well as name. Continue reading “Milkavelli: Sacre Bleu”
It’s been about 15 months since the first Cult Mountain project was released. Combining the vocal forces of Lee Scott, Milkavelli and Trellion, with the stripped down electronic glitchy wonder of Sumgii’s beats, the Cult garnered praise from critics and fans, even getting a co-sign from the mighty Alchemist. The second project was announced a while ago, but as with most things in UK hip hop it took a long time for the release to reach fruition. Continue reading “Cult Mountain 2”
Got three big videos to show you tonight and I will start with the first helping of visual goodness from Cult Mountain. For those not in the know, Cult Mountain is the troubled brainchild of Lee Scott, Trellion, Milkavelli and Sumgii. The project was released in full yesterday, on a limited run of cassette and vinyl, as well as digital downloads. More information here.