As the week draws to a close, we bring you the next serving of funk-laced dope from the forthcoming Lee Scott and Sly Moon album. Exobase is your second glimpse at what the full FDMB album will have in store, as the anticipation grows for the official release. Don't forget there are not one but TWO intimate launch parties going down too, with both Bristol and London showcasing the duo's new wares. More info on that can be found here. The video was made by Honey JD.
Following on from the announcement that Lee Scott and Sly Moon have made an album together, we can now treat you to the first serving of dope from the project. King of What is produced by Lee and features a ton of 90's rap references, which is the era that inspired the whole album. FDMB is due for release on 24 November.
Two doses of good news for you right here, starting with the announcement that Lee Scott and Sly Moon have made an album together. Titled FDMB (Flipping Dough Making Bread), the album is the solid gold, funk-tinted odyssey that fans of the Blah OGs have been clamouring for for years.
The second piece of good news is that the album launch is a double-whammy, featuring two nights at venues in London and Bristol. In conjunction with our friends at Super Mega Bookings, we will be taking over Hackney Social on 24 November and then heading to Bristol to do the same at Basement 45 on 26 November.
Both shows are in intimate venues, with limited capacity so be quick on the tickets. Booking info for the Bristol show is available here and for the London show here.
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.
We're keeping the Sly Moon content coming as we stay building the hype for his solo LP, which is due for release very soon. Getting Slyer As The Time Goes By is the latest single to be taken from the album, featuring more production from newly formed duo, Sohio Players - aka Sly Moon and Salar. The video was made by Honey JD. Why Am I So Sly? is due for release on 30 November, with pre-orders for merch and music available now.
Not content with one Sly post today, now we bring you news of his vinyl release, as well as some affiliated merch, which just landed at HQ. The vinyl version of the album comes in a luxurious picture disc edition, as you can see from the photo below, and is limited to a run of 200. The artwork is by our regular collaborator, James Neilson. It's due to be shipped out on or around 30 November, with pre-orders available now. There is also a cassette version available for pre-order, with a limited run of 50 being produced. They are due to be shipped at the same time as the vinyl.
And then on top of the physical releases, we have an accompanying merch drop to give you that full Sly Moon experience. The Sly Moon Lucky Cap will give you all the good fortune you need, while also giving you the appearance of a person who has it all. It's due for release on 30 November and it's limited to a run of 50. Pre-orders are available now. If you're a Cult Member and you're ordering the cap, cassette and vinyl, you can get £5 off your order by using the code WHYAMISOSLY? at the checkout.
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.