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Lee Scott returns with a surprise new album, closing off another triumphant year for him and his Blah cohort. Runcorn’s mnost infamous cult leader had already blessed us with two singles from the project – Rocket Fuel and F U Save Me – the latter featuring Philly MC and producer, Sadhu Gold. Sadhu is not alone on the roster, with fellow Blah OG, King Grubb, making his presence known on two of the tracks, as well as a fine feature from Jam Baxter on Colossal Jones. Production for the most part is handled by Lee, with his Nobodies Home partners assisting him on one track and Jack Chard bringing his instrumentation skills to the mix. The album is only available via Bandcamp for the moment, with a full release on all platforms following shortly. The two singles are available to stream below. Read the rest of this entry »

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Today sees the release of the latest album from High Focus’s resident hallucinogenics advocate, Jam Baxter. Touching Scenes follows on from last year’s acclaimed Mansion 38 album, which saw Baxter reuniting with Chemo, having scored a previous success together back in 2014 with So We Ate Them Whole. For this album he has chosen to branch out into additional production territory, drafting in some strong names – Last Japan, Sumgii, Sam Zircon and GhostTown – giving the entire project a very different feel to his previous two offerings. It all works brilliantly though, with Baxter’s imagery as dark as ever. Read the rest of this entry »

The new Jam Baxter is fast approaching and to keep us all salivating like the fiends that we are, High Focus have leaked another track. S.S.A sees the SMB MC team up with Chemo again, the producer responsible for his last two acclaimed albums. There is also a lyric video to accompany the audio, giving you more of an insight into the depth and vision that Baxter enriches his vocals with. Touching Scenes is out on 16 November on High Focus.

Last week saw the release of the next video from the upcoming Jam Baxter album, following on from the arrival of lead single, Saliva. Vulture is produced by Last Japan and the video was made by Spin City Visuals. The album, Touching Scenes, is due for release on 16 November on High Focus. There will also be a tour underway soon in support of the album release and tickets are available here.

Hyped to see the announcement of a new album from Jam Baxter. It’s a step away from the MO of his last two offerings, which were produced in full by Chemo, as the first leak demonstrates. Joining forces with fellow Dead Player, GhostTown, the pair deliver a solid lead single with a great video that was shot on location in Spain. Touching Scenes is due for release on 16 November, boasting features from the likes of Kate Tempest, OG Rootz fka Durrty Goodz and Rag’N’Bone Man. The video was made by Spin City Visuals.

It’s been a long time coming, but yesterday we were finally treated to the full release of the new album from UK favourite, Dabbla. Any regular visitors to my blog will know that I have been championing the album since its coming was announced some months ago. And with good reason because the whole project is a treat for the ears, packed with a standard of lyricism and production high enough to bring the devil himself to tears.
There are plenty of stellar features too from the likes of Rag’N’Bone Man, Eva Lazarus, Illaman, LDZ and Jam Baxter, but the main star is Dabbla who seems to be at his hungriest yet on Death Moves; quite a feat for an MC who has been giving his all to every release since his debut with LDZ.
You can stream the full album below and there is also a brand new video for the title track, produced by Dirty Dike, Pete Cannon and GhostTown. The video itself was made by Obese Aesthetics – the dons behind the hugely successful Psychoville video, from Dabbla’s previous album. You can grab digital/physical copies of the album over at the Potent Funk store. Read the rest of this entry »

A personal favourite from the forthcoming Dabbla album, as the Potent Funk MC unleashes his latest video. Long Gone features fellow Dead Player, Jam Baxter and a filthy beat from long-term collaborator, Sumgii. Just wait for that drop. The video was made by Spin City Visuals. Death Moves is due out on 5 October.

Absolutely blinding return to the fore from Dirty Dike, as he drops his latest single, Permanent Midnight. Featuring some killer production from Chemo and an infectious hook from his old Contact Play sparring partner, Jam Baxter, the semi-autobiographical track focuses on the problematic journey of a young boy through his teenage years and beyond. The single is being released on a limited edition vinyl run, complete with a B-side featuring Lee Scott with production from Pete Cannon. More details available over at the High Focus store.

In case, like me, you spent last month half asleep, you may have missed this new mixtape from Ramson Badbonez. Featuring a whole bunch of talented cats, alongside the ample skills of Badbonez himself, the project is compiled of tracks, remixes and features that the London MC has been involved with over the years. Jam Baxter, Twizzy, Rewd Adams and Micall Parknsun are just some of the voices that crop up throughout the mix, which clocks in at over an hour long and is available now for free. You can also stream it below. Read the rest of this entry »

Another sugary high from the recent Laminated Cakes album, as Ed Scissor, Jam Baxter and GhostTown deliver a fresh video for Cake Gang. The track also features the ample talents of Chester P and Dirty Dike. The video was shot by This & That Media. Laminated Cakes is available to buy now over at the High Focus store.