Still riding the wave of this latest Jam Baxter release, we're keeping the momentum going with a new video from the album. Go On is produced by Jack Danz and the video was made by the enigmatic, Jammothy Baxtois, with additional assistance from DEW8. The track is taken from Fetch the Poison, which is out now. Don't forget that tickets for Jam Baxter's tour are also available.
Following on from the news that Jam Baxter had been working on a new album, last week saw its full release into the unsuspecting world. Fetch the Poison was crafted during a Mexican lockdown, in which Baxter found himself without the intoxicating ingredients that normally supplement his creative process. You wouldn't know it from the result though, with his pen game still verging into the deep and dark territories that have earned him his notoriety over the years. Production comes from the likes of Forest DLG, Jack Danz, Wundrop, Dr Zygote and Lenkemz, as well as features from his international cabal of likeminded lyricists. You can peruse the album below, then hit this link to satisfy all your other physical and digital needs.
We are pleased to kick off 2022 the right way, with news of the latest release from Jam Baxter. Following on from his official Blah debut last year, with the Sumgii-produced, Obscure Liqueurs, Baxter now returns with an album that sees him reuniting with the mighty Forest DLG - FKA Chemo - who was the twisted genius behind many of our protagonist's previous releases and who is at the helm for a lot of this latest venture. Fetch the Poison was spawned in the midst of Baxter's Mexican lockdown experience, where he found himself on the side of sobriety after a state-wide alcohol ban, and decided to write an album. Don't let the lack of inebriation worry you though; all the hallmarks of his dark and dank writing style are still present and correct. As well as Forest DLG's production contributions, there are also beats from Jack Danz, Wundrop, Dr Zygote and Lenkemz. This is all backed up by appearances from Nah Eeto, Black Josh, Jehst and Sammy B-Side, alongside features from Brazil’s NOG, Black Alien and Xamã. The album is due for release at the end of February and is now available for pre-order on both vinyl and cassette, as well as pre-saves on your favourite digital streaming platforms. More information on all of that can be found here.
To celebrate the release of Jam Baxter's latest album, we have just dropped a couple of new pieces of merch to give you the full Obscure Liqueurs experience. First up we've got the Obscure Liqueurs sweatshirt, which features the awesome album artwork, as designed by Jenna Andreotti. It's 100% cotton and is limited to a run of 50, so get a move on if you want one. They are available to order now over at the shop.
Then next, we have the official O.L. scarf, which comes with a double-sided design and measures just under 1.5m long, for that maximum neck warmth. Limited to 100, they're available to order now via the shop.
Today marks the release of the new album from Jam Baxter. Obscure Liqueurs is his first full-length release since 2018's Touching Scenes and features full production from Cult favourite, Sumgii. The album also boasts some nice features, including Lee Scott, Jehst, Milkavelli and Stinkin Slumrok. The artwork was created by Jenna Andreotti. You can stream the full album below, with physicals and downloads available from the usual spots. Vinyl pre-orders will be shipped from today.
As we announced last week, Jam Baxter has a new album on the horizon, produced entirely by Sumgii. As well as the digital version, Obscure Liqueurs is also going to be available on this delectable limited edition vinyl. As you can see it comes in this slick patterned version and is limited to a run of 300, so be quick if you want in. Pre-orders are available now, with shipping from 1 February - the album's release date. If you missed it, Baxter's new video, Salsa Valentina, is out now.
We are very pleased to announce that the next album being released on Blah Records, is the latest opus from twisted lyricist extraordinaire, Jam Baxter. Having already teased you with Knee In Face back in September, Baxter now returns with the next instalment, in the form of Salsa Valentina. Once again it features production from Sumgii, who is at the helm for the whole project. The album, Obscure Liqueurs, is due for release on 1 February, on both digital and vinyl. More news on that coming soon.
Only one way to brighten up your miserable lives on a Monday, and that's by dropping a surprise new video from Jam Baxter. Even better, it's lifted from a new album he has put together with Cult production powerhouse, Sumgii, called Obscure Liqueurs. No more on that yet, we don't want to overload you with good vibes, but stay tuned for more news and music coming very soon.