A little earlier than expected due to a minor technical issue, the new album from Lee Scott and Hyroglifics is now available over on Bandcamp. The full digital release will be rolled out within the next 72 hours, but for now head over to Bandcamp and make the most of the (unplanned) exclusive download.
For those of you who aren't aware, [gate clicks shut] is produced in its entirety by Hyroglifics and features guest appearances from Bigg Jus, King Grubb, Black Josh, VAIKE PD, CLBRKS and BeTheGun, plus backing vocals from Lyza Jane.
Signed copies of the LP are also available via Bandcamp, with unsigned editions available over at the shop, as well as the cassette version.
A brand new video from Bisk just landed, answering the prayers of those who have been fiendin' for something fresh from the Swamp Harbour resident. MEEDAT is produced by Blah affiliate Jack Danz, with guest spots from Sleazy F Baby and Black Josh. The video was made by Harvey Wallbanger and DEW8.
What better way to push back against the big grey days that have seemingly taken over our lives, than with a new range of sweg drenched t-shirts. There are a total of four new designs on offer, kicking off with the official MANNYFORNIA tee, in honour of Black Josh's most recent album. It features the album artwork on the front, with the tracklist on the reverse. They're available now over at the shop.
Next up we've got a fersh FUNKADELIA design for you acid freaks and hippy kids out there. A take on the old Funkadelic designs of yesteryear, it's the perfect way to remind your parents of when they used to be cool. It comes in white, with that striking design on the reverse and a Blah Records motif on the front. They're available now from the store.
The next new design is a homage to the Extreme Championship Wrestling ogo, complete with barbed wire fill. It comes in black with a potent pink Blah logo on the front, representing BCW. They're also available over at the shop.
And finally, we've got the Blah Paint Drip t-shirt. This one features a small Blah logo on the middle of the chest and a large Blah Jar design on the reverse, complete with paint drips. It's available in burgundy and you can cop them over at the store right now.
It's been a while since we released one of our Blah Stylin sessions into the world, so what better way to return to the sesh than with a second performance from Blasck Josh. Hot on the heels of his most recent album release, the Manchester MC breathes new life into the Offie instrumental from COTD. The beat was produced by Wholesome Fun & Lee Scott. MANNYFORNIA is out now.
Following on from the release of their new album, Lee Scott and Morrarchi continue to bless us with manna, in the form of this new video. WTCKG2D is taken from the duo's Friend, Come to Me and be saved LP, and features fellow cult members, Milkavelli and Black Josh. The visual slickness was created by Honey JD. The album is available now on all formats.
To coincide with the merch drop, we thought we would stage a little 5-a-side footy match for the Cult. As you can see from the photos below, it was a huge success and I doubt it will be long before you see some more familiar faces in the Premiership. All credit to Harvey for the photos (IG: @hwfpht).
Black Josh keeps the wave from his new album going with yet another fresh video from the project. This time it's SKRUFF that gets the visual treatment, once again with Metrodome on the buttons. The album, Mannyfornia, is out now on both digital and vinyl. The video for SKRUFF was made by Hyde Productions.
Some good news amidst the current global shit show, as today marks the release of Black Josh's latest solo album. I say solo, but it is really a collaboration with fellow MCR resident and LEVELZ affiliate, Metrodome, who is at the helm for the production. If you've heard the singles in the run-up to the full release, you will already have a taste for the flavours that these two put together - namely bass-heavy bangers, but with enough variety to keep you hooked. A stack of tight features too, with Josh getting assists from Sleazy F, Lord Apex, Yibby, [KSR], Lunar C, Coops and more along the way. You can stream the album in full below and other streaming/download options are available from the usual spots. You can also cop a limited edition vinyl version over at the shop.