To commemorate the soon-to-be historic release of Jam Baxter and Lee Scott's Happy Hour album, we are proud to unveil these brand new supremely crafted clothing items. We have hoodies and t-shirts, both featuring the Happy Hour logo in small on the front and in large on the back. Plus the hoodies are also acid washed and look pre-scuffed, so no one will be able to tell that you were forcibly ejected from the pub for lewd behaviour. Everyone's a winner. More info can be found over on the Blah store
Sweg laden visuals from Lee Scott and Jam Baxter, as they continue to celebrate the release of their new album. Who's Ur M8 features production from friend of the cult, Dirty Dike and a nice part animated video, courtesy of Slim Parisoo. Happy Hour At The Super Fun Time Party Dome Megamix 4000 is out now on vinyl and digital. See previous post for more details.
The day has finally arrived where you can experience and savour all the weird and wonderful eccentricities of the new album from Jam Baxter and Lee Scott. Rumours of the collaboration had been banded about long before any official announcement was made and then when the title was revealed, cult members across the globe let their imaginations run wild with what the album might actually hold in store. Now all their questions have been answered and their dreams have come true, as the full majesty of this left field booze fuelled project is unveiled. The album features a wild mix of beats from a cavalcade of production luminaries, including Drae Da Skimask, GhostTown, Dirty Dike, Sumgii, Jack Jetson and of course, Baxter and Lee themselves. There are also a number of vocal contributions too from Jetson, Lyza Jane, Stinkin Slumrok, Milkavelli, Trellion and Lizzie Venezia, as well as a number of crooning appearances from Lee. Plus, Blah's in-house music wizard, Jack Chard, provides a lot of the instrumentation.The album is out now on digital, which you can stream in full below and there is also a limited edition vinyl run, which is available over on the Blah store.
Good news for your weekend. If you pre-ordered the vinyl edition of the new Happy Hour At The Super Fun Time Party Dome Megamix 4000 album from Lee Scott and Jam Baxter, then they have already been shipped out ahead of the official release date and should be with you shortly. If you're waiting for the digital version, you can grab that on 13 September via the Blah Bandcamp.
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.
Following on from the announcement last month that the fabled album from Lee Scott and Jam Baxter is due to be released into the world in September, we have now unveiled the precious link that will secure you a piece of this weird and wonderful rap odyssey. The simply titled Happy Hour At The Super Fun Time Party Dome Megamix 4000 is being released in all the usual formats, as well as an ultra nostalgic MiniDisc version. Unfortunately they were so super limited that the entire run has already been pre-ordered. Fear not though as the vinyl edition is still available, the pre-order for which you can find over at the store, but again it is limited so be quick if you want in. It comes in heavyweight colour vinyl and also includes some free stickers and beer mats. The official release date is 13 September and shipping will commence a week before.
For a while now, rumours of a collaboration between Lee Scott and Jam Baxter have been rife, but any further details have been scarce and even the two artists themselves seemed hesitant to speak out. Today though the first piece of the puzzle was put in place, in the form of a new video purportedly connected to the mysterious project. FML. (After Hours Mix) sees the two MCs trading verses and booze in a dusty Spanish bar, peppered with scenes of them drunkenly exploring the nearby coastline. The blissed out, slightly woozy production comes courtesy of Lee Scott and the video was made by This & That Media. The release date for the album, Happy Hour at The Super Fun Time Party Dome Megamix 4000, is scheduled for 13 September.