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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.

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.

New from Blah comes the latest cut from Bisk. He is set to release yet another EP today, the next in a long line of heaters which have emerged over the past year or so. Ravioli is produced by Lee Scott.

Check out the next offering from Jam Baxter’s latest album, which has further established him as one of the nation’s most innovative MCs. And with good reason. It’s always going to be hard to follow an album that was lauded as much as So We Ate Them Whole, but he and Chemo have managed to pull it off. Read the rest of this entry »

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. Read the rest of this entry »

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.