It's almost time for us to release the heavily anticipated solo album from COTD's own Sly Moon, and so to help you lot get in the mood, we thought we would offer up a new video in the interim. Why Am I So Sly? is the anthemic title track from the album and features production from Sohio Players aka Sly Moon and Salar. The video was made by Honey JD. The album is due for release on 30 November; stay tuned for more on that shortly.
The grittiest album this side of Detroit emerged in all its dank glory last week, as the Swamp Harbour LP was finally given life. Comprised of Bisk, Stinkin Slumrok and Sam Zircon, the loose knit collective decided to finally tighten their ship and put together their debut album. And what a grimy debut it is. To celebrate the release, they also dropped off the latest video from the project, Indacity Pt. III, which you can watch below. You can also stream the full album below, with download and physicals available right now.
Next month, London's legendary venue, The Jazz Café, will open its doors for a couple of special performances by Lee Scott. The cult leader will be performing his 2018 album, Lou Reed 2000, alongside support slots from Sniff and Lyza Jane. Two performances in total - one matinee and one evening show - both taking place on 21 November. Tickets are available now, but they are limited due to distancing measures, so make sure you don't miss out. More info is available here.
A double header from Sniff as we not only celebrate the arrival of his latest album, but also deliver the latest video that's been lifted from the project. Later Than Never sees Sniff teaming up with regular collaborator and friend of the Cult, FORMZ, who handles full production on the album. Gritty is an understatement. The latest track, Number 11, is accompanied by some tight visuals from VID3T. The album, Later Than Never, is available now on both digital and physical. You can stream it in full below.
Don't disappear just yet, because we've got another new video for you today, thanks to the arrival of the new Mcabre Brothers single. Dime Por Qué is produced by Trellion and features a typically tight verse from Cult OG, Sly Moon. His album is coming soon, so stay tuned for that. Dime Por Qué will be available to stream from Friday.
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.
Dust is the latest offering from Sniff, as he continues to set the scene for his highly anticipated new solo album. The track features contributions from CW Jones and Taurean, as well as production from Formz. It's lifted from Later Than Never, which is due for release in the near future. The video was made by VID3T.