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Jam Baxter - Fetch the Poison (Pre-Order)

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Jam Baxter - Fetch The Poison (Limited Edition 12" Black Double Gatefold Vinyl) PRE-ORDER


Product: Limited Edition 12" Black Double Gatefold Vinyl. 

Released: PRE-ORDER Shipping ESTIMATED from end of February.



Alt-rap dissident Jam Baxter's newest solo venture, Fetch the Poison. Conceived during a state-wide alcohol ban in Mexico, the album is Baxter’s first to be composed in complete sobriety — though his hallucinatory style of storytelling and cast of monstrous characters make a welcome return. 

Lyrics on Fetch the Poison meld Baxter’s Latin American experience with visions of a grisly alternate dimension: sun, sea and glittering vistas are sullied by hollow-eyed addicts, shady bar tenders and duplicitous lovers. Amongst deft bars, the rapper includes a number of spoken word pieces that echo the prose in his now sold out book Off-Piste. The album also features Blah Records' Nah Eeto and Black Josh, as well as DJ Sammy B-Side and Jehst, alongside Brazil’s NOG, Black Alien and Xamã. Baxter reunites with frequent collaborator Chemo on production — now under the moniker Forest DLG — for much of the album with appearances from Jack Danz, Dr Zygote, Wundrop (CMPMD) and Midlands' electronic stalwart Lenkemz. Despite its diverse credits tracks are connected by icy, spaced-out electronics, with beats twisted through tape distortion and anchored by chest-rattling bass. 

Baxter began writing the album in Mexico just before the pandemic began, and was holed up in the city of San Cristobal De Las Casas, Chiapas, as the world shut down. “All the streets were eerily empty and it was amazing. I had the city to myself,” he says. “Then suddenly there was a state-wide alcohol ban and I could no longer casually sip tequila as I went about my business. I didn’t really have a choice but to write” 

Fetch the Poison is Baxter’s seventh solo album, available now for pre-order.





A1. Bright And Shiny Things
Produced by Forest DLG

A2. Ulidhani Minajali Manze Ft. Nah Eeto
Produced by Forest DLG

A3. Blink Twice For Yes
Produced by Jack Danz

A4. Mama Cuishe
Produced by Doctor Zygote

B1. Cherry Red Paint Job
Produced by Forest DLG

B2. Go On
Produced by Jack Danz

B3. Every Pool Of Stagnant Water
Produced by Forest DLG

B4. Stand Back Little Timmy
Produced by Wundrop

C1. All Sprawled Out In The City
Produced by Forest DLG

C2. Flickers On The Fourth Floor
Produced by Jack Danz

C3. The Infamous Gatwick Meltdown Of 2016
Produced by Lenkemz

C4. I Belong Elsewhere
Produced by Doctor Zygote

D1. Sundown Sundown Ft. Black Josh, NOG, Jehst, Black Alien & Xamã
Produced by GhostTown

D2. Fetch The Poison
Produced by Forest DLG

D3. Blood Red Cheese Wire
Produced by Forest DLG


Written and performed by Jam Baxter and friends
Artwork by Heather Nevay
Mixed and mastered by Forest DLG  

© 2022 Blah Records

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