Our extended family over at Off Licence Magazine recently conducted an interview with arguably the most famous Blackburnian on the planet, Bill Shakes. They discuss Bill's new album, EH?, the definition of cold saggin' and more. There is also a tribute to the Blah Records OG in their latest issue, which is out now.
The day you've been patiently waiting for has finally arrived and now you get to experience the majesty of Bill Shakes's new album in all its Blackburnian glory. Featuring appearances from fellow Blah OGs King Grubb and Sly Moon, as well as friend of the cult, Jam Baxter, plus full production from Lee Scott and Jack Chard, Eh? is dripping with all the vibes that have established Shakes as one of COTD's most respected voices. The album is available now from all the usual digital platforms and you can stream it in full below.
It's not long now until the latest album from COTD veteran, Bill Shakes, is unleashed upon your unsuspecting souls. Eh? is set to drop this Friday and so today sees the pre-order links for the vinyl edition being given life. More info is available over at the Blah store and remember they are limited, so be quick cos you know how swiftly these things are scooped up. Pre-orders can be found here and stay tuned for more info on the album coming soon.
As Cult of the Damned gear up for what will undoubtedly be a legendary takeover at The Jazz Cafe next week, today saw the release of their latest video. Once again it's a gang affair, as the supercrew go in on a nice piece of Lee Scott production. Great video too, courtesy of Broken Antenna. Nicole is lifted from the Cult of The Damned: Part Deux album, which is available to buy now over at the Blah store. Tickets for The Jazz Cafe are available here.
Next month will see a Blah Records takeover of one of London's legendary venues, The Jazz Cafe, as Cult Of The Damned swarm into town, bringing with them their infamous brand of live action, high octane, God-like rap music.
The show promises to be the full immersive Cult experience, as the complete roster of artists take to the stage and execute what is sure to go down as another legendary one-off performance.
Fans can expect appearances from Blah visionaries Lee Scott, Milkavelli, Black Josh, Stinkin Slumrok, King Grubb, Bill Shakes, Barebase, Sly Moon, Bisk, Salar, Tony Broke and Sniff, as the crew perform material from their three albums, which span across 12 years since their Tourettes Camp debut back in 2007.
The event is taking place on 28 February and tickets are available now via TicketWeb, but be warned that they will sell out fast.