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A few weeks ago Lee Scott & Salar reunited in their original form as Antiheroes and gifted us two new singles, Godnose and Disasterpiece. Now they’re back for round two, with another double hitter in the form of Glass House and No Sleep Till Mars.
Once again Farma G is behind the boards, a place you can find him more and more these days as he racks up production credits for a whole ton of people, including the infamous Mach Hommy. Is this the sign of a new Antiheroes album on the way? Most likely. Lee is always working on about 15 projects at a time, so reckon that will be on the list. For now though enjoy these two new cuts

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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. Read the rest of this entry »

You wait six years for a new Antiheroes track and then two turn up at once. It was in 2011 that Lee Scott and Salar released their last project under the moniker, Antiheroes, but rumours of new material had been in my mind ever since I spoke with Lee and Salar at the end of last year. Those rumours came to fruition today, with the release of two new tracks, both of which are produced by Task Force veteran, Farma G. No word on a full length project yet, but make the most of these for now.

The Yasuke EP was one of Bisk’s many releases over the past couple of years and such was its success, that Blah are going to reissue it with a new tape edition. The tape will also contain some bonus tracks, including this beast, featuring cult favourites, Salar, Milkavelli & Lee Scott. No release date as yet, but keep your ears peeled cos you know they won’t hang around for long. Sushi is available to stream below. Read the rest of this entry »

Jam Baxter recently released a new video for one of the two Lee Scott featured tracks on his Mansion 38 album. Titanic 2 is produced by Chemo and the album is available to buy now over at the High Focus store.

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 »

Bisk is on a roll right now. He just released a new album, Gutter City and now he is back with another new track, which is allegedly from another new album that is on the horizon. La Sombra features fellow Blah heads, Lee Scott and Salar, with some nice production from M9. You can stream the track below. Read the rest of this entry »

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 »

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 »

One of my favourite tracks from Jam Baxter’s latest opus has got its own video. Shot on location in his Mansion 38 apartment in Bangkok, Bulletproof was filmed by Lee Scott – apparently in 15 minutes. Looks like a crazy time. The album is out now on High Focus, featuring excellent production from Chemo.