Only one way to brighten up your miserable lives on a Monday, and that's by dropping a surprise new video from Jam Baxter. Even better, it's lifted from a new album he has put together with Cult production powerhouse, Sumgii, called Obscure Liqueurs. No more on that yet, we don't want to overload you with good vibes, but stay tuned for more news and music coming very soon.
More visual glory from Lee Scott and Morriarchi, as they treat us to the next video from their new album. Ten x Twelve also features instrumentation from two more Cult members, with Jack Chard on synths and Sumgii on guitar. The video was made by Siim Parisoo, who has conjured up some sort of hellish doll's house style vision for the event. The album, Friend, Come to Me and be saved, is out now.
On Christmas Day, your Lord and Saviour, Lee Scott, blessed our enlightened Cult Members with a brand new EP, coming just a couple of weeks after the surprise release of his new album, Somewhere Between Here and There. Although initially it was a Cult Member exclusive, today sees the full digital release of the EP on all the usual platforms and streaming services. The ffsman ep, features beats from a number of production geniuses, including Morriarchi, Sumgii and Sam Zircon, as well as some supreme guest spots from the likes of Jehst, Dream Mclean and CLBRKS. It's available to stream and download now, plus you can listen to it in full below.
Fresh visuals from the Supergang project, which we released back in May this year. Yellow x Green is the latest track to be taken from the album and features Lee Scott and Sniff getting to work over some typically tight production from Sumgii. The video was made by RSLBM. Supergang is available now in both physical and digital formats.
Another night of mayhem is on the cards, as the party gods, Super Mega Bookings, bring Lee Scott and Jam Baxter to London to celebrate their most recent venture, Happy Hour At The Super Fun Time Party Dome Megamix 4000.
To help with the festivities, they will be joined by some familiar names and faces, including Stinkin Slumrok, Nah Eeto, Bill Shakes, Morriarchi, Sumgii and DJ Sammy B-Side. This all goes down on 8 November, at the Westbank Gallery in Notting Hill and tickets are available now via Ticket Arena.
It's that time again where we bless you with another visual gem, this time courtesy of Nah Eeto and her stunning 53 project. Bila You sees the sublime vocalist linking up with 616 production juggernaut, Sumgii, who concocted a dirty, looming beat, which sets the vibe perfectly for Eeto to do her thing. 53 is out now on the usual platforms.
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).