Double header of misanthropy from Lee and Sniff, as they dash two new surprise tracks in our general direction. As the names suggest, Don’t Talk To Me and Do Not Look At Me are not your happy head-nod style raps, but rather the stripped down, slow flow rap dirges that have become an integral part of the 616 movement. Produced in its entirety by Nobodies Home, you can cop a download here.
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.
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. Continue reading “Lee Scott: Interview Pt. 1”
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”
Cult favourites Trellion & Sniff dropped off a new track this week, a collaboration with fellow MC, Fuego. Admitted is produced by Sniff.
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.
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.
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”
This is the latest track from those HAPPYPPL – aka Trellion and Lee Scott. This time it’s FORMZ on the beat and he smashed it. Plus bonus points for their use of Audrey Horne in the visuals.