Thanks to DEW8, we now have a full audiovisual accompaniment for the first GROUP project, which we released last year. Featuring four tracks, including the Lord Apex assisted single, Everything I Know, the EP stood as a definite fan favourite from our 2020 releases. Thanks to Triinu Saks for enduring freezing temperatures to make the video happen. GROUP 1 is out now on the usual platforms.
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, no both digital and vinyl. More news on that coming soon.
After last year's 12 month depression fest, we thought we'd start this year on the right foot by dropping some brand new visuals from Sniff & FORMZ's recent collaboration. The suitably titled Song of The Year also features additional raps from Danny Lover and Lee Scott; like the family reunion we all missed out on at Christmas. Later Than Never is out now.
And sticking with the Cult for a minute, we are also pleased to bring you the latest video from Sleazy F Baby, as he releases the visuals for WHO IS YOU? The track also features a guest spot from UK vet, Jehst, which makes for a pretty powerful collaboration. The track is produced by Manchester favourite, Pro P, and the video was made by James Essery.
The brand new issue of Off Licence Magazine has just been given life and we are very happy to see COTD gracing the cover. The whole issue is dedicated to the idea of friendship, something that we all need to be grateful for at the moment as we watch the world burn. The magazine is available to buy now via their shop. We have also started a new IG account for the Cult, which you can find here: www.instagram.com/brickpelicanposse. Hit the follow button for all those good visual COTD vibes.
Epic scenes emerged from the Cult on Friday, as we unveiled the latest instalment of sweg drenched visuals from COTD. Not content with bringing one new track to the table, the gang released a double-whammy of a video, featuring TWO brand new songs. And what with Christmas fast approaching, we thought we'd make it an extended family affair, as CLBRKS joins in with the merriment. The video comes courtesy of Lee Scott and Honey JD. Gung Foo is produced by Lee Scott, Jack Chard and Bisk, and Worship features production from Lee and Jack. The tracks are lifted from the forthcoming COTD project, The Church Of; more new on that soon.
As well as the two singles, we've also released two new bits of clothing as accompanying merch, including a Gung Foo hoodie and a Worship t-shirt. Both items are limited edition, so get a move on if you want to cop one (or both!).
At long last, the much anticipated solo joint from Blah family OG, Sly Moon, is out in all its funk-laden glory. After a string of tantalising singles, last Friday saw the full release of an album which not only serves as a platform for Sly's much loved flows, but also as a showcase for the newly formed production duo, Sohio Players, comprised of Sly and Salar. The album is out now on both digital and vinyl, along with some accompanying merch, all of which you can find here.
As we move dangerously close to the release date for Sly Moon's solo LP, we thought we would treat you to another video from the project. Paid No Cost features more production from Sohio Players, the production duo comprised of Sly and Salar, who are at the helm for the whole album. The video was made by Honey JD. Why Am I So Sly? is due for release on 30 November, with pre-orders available now.