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Sniff ft. Stinkin Slumrok, Jehst & Lee Scott - Loony Tunes (Official Audio)

By Ginger Slim

Sniff ft. Stinkin Slumrok, Jehst & Lee Scott - Loony Tunes (Official Audio)-Blah Records

As you are no doubt all aware, the long-awaited Sniff solo album was given life last month. Featuring full production from friend and collaborator, FORMZ, the album arguably features some of Sniff's strongest work to date, including this beast of a track. On Looney Tunes, Sniff is joined by Stinkin Slumrok, Jehst and Lee Scott, resulting in an avalanche of quotables from four of the UK's finest. Later Than Never is out now.

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Blah Stylin - Sly Moon

By Ginger Slim

Blah Stylin - Sly Moon-Blah Records

As we continue to quite rightfully build anticipation for the forthcoming solo album from Blah OG, Sly Moon, we thought it would be a good time to get him in the lab for a Blah Stylin sesh. The beat comes courtesy of the newly formed Sohio Players - aka Sly Moon and Salar - and Elz, with Honey JD on video duties. Why Am I So Sly? is out on 30 November and pre-orders are available now.

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Lee Scott & Friends Live @ The Jazz Café

By Ginger Slim

Lee Scott & Friends Live @ The Jazz Café-Blah Records
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.

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Lee Scott & Morriarchi - Friend, Come to Me and be saved

By Ginger Slim

Lee Scott & Morriarchi - Friend, Come to Me and be saved-Blah Records

Years ago, when the world was a simpler place and the threat of killer viruses was confined to Hollywood plot lines, Lee Scott and Morriarchi began working on an album that would come to shake up the world's major religions, further cementing Lee's place as some sort of messianic woolly back in the process. As with many historical artistic turning points, the album was delayed until a time when Lee and Morri felt that the world would need it most. That time is now and so we are pleased to present, Friend, Come to Me and be saved, in all its heavenly glory. Featuring the two mains players and a selection of worthy disciples - King Grubb, Milkavelli and Black Josh - the album is available to savour now (and save you now) on Spotify and Bandcamp, as well as physical manifestations which you can acquire via the shop. You can also stream the album in full below.

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