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.
It's been a while since we treated you to some new COTD material, so today we bring you a brand new video from the crew, plus some merch and vinyl news.
OFFIE is the first we've heard from the Cult since their 2018 album, but as you will see and hear, they have lost none of that unbridled raw sweg energy in the interim. Featuring Lee, Milk, Barebase, Shakes, Grubb, Sly Moon and Salar, plus some suitably gritty production from Lee and Wholesome Fun, this is COTD in their purest form.
The video was released to coincide with the new COTD vinyl that has just gone up for pre-order, as well as a new logo tee, which you can see in the video being worn to devastating effect. Both the vinyl and t-shirt are available to order now.
The surprises keep coming this week, as we officially release the latest album from Lee Scott. After its sudden appearance the other week and the original announcement that its digital release would be 6 December, we thought we would treat you to it a little earlier. Tis the season and all that, so as of today the album is available to download via Bandcamp. Something Between Here and There features production from Lee, Wholesome Fun, Kiyani, Bisk and Dylantheinfamous, as well as guest spots from BeTheGun, Milkavelli, King Grubb and languid.oceans. As of Friday it will be available to stream from all the usual spots and there is still a limited edition vinyl version over at the shop.
Here at Blah Records, we like to keep you on your toes as much as possible and so this week we thought we would drop a totally unexpected new album from Lee Scott. Somewhere Between Here and There is the first solo release from Lee since last year's Lou Reed 2000 and features production from the likes of Bisk, dylantheinfamous, Wholesome Fun and Lee himself. There are also guest spots from a bunch of talented cats, including Milkavelli, BeTheGun, Obijuan and King Grubb. Orders for the limited edition vinyl run are available now for CULT MEMBERS ONLY, with orders for the rest of you norms going live on 27 November. Shipping will be immediate and a digital version of the album will also be released on 6 December. If you would like to take advantage of the benefits of being a Cult member, you can can sign up here.
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.
Unless you've been sleeping for the past month, you will know that last week saw the 616 contingent roll into London's iconic Jazz Café for another teardown, as Cult Mountain reunited for their first gig in quite a while. Having split up weeks before purely so they could pull off a legitimate reunion show, Lee Scott, Milkavelli, Trellion and Sumgii hit the stage with all the debauchery, energy and sweg of Mötley Crüe c. 1985. They brought with them some of 616's finest friends and affiliates, including Nah Eeto, Stinkin Slumrok and Morriarchi. If you weren't able to catch the action in person then luckily for you we captured some of the historic takeover on camera, which you can see below. All photos taken by Harvey Fairley-Williams (IG @hwfpht).
You have probably heard the rumours by now. The pioneering swegged out band of brothers known as Cult Mountain have split up. But before you shed a thug tear, news is surfacing of a reunion show next month. The show promises to deliver not only the CM boys themselves - Lee Scott, Milkavelli, Trellion & Sumgii - but also a stack of new music, merch and mayhem (as is the MO for any Blah related event). Tickets are available right now, but be quick cos these things have a habit of selling out pretty sharpish. The gig takes place on 5 September and you can find more details here.