Directed by Danny Ezra Gonsalez
One of the most vibesing gigs of 2012, this. Something to jiggle up your flannel day.
3 and a half years since Dizraeli and the Small Gods first stood on stage as a band, and the other side of a lot of misadventures and insane writing sessions, we give you Moving In The Dark. It's finally here. Click here or on the artwork below to hear it and get your copy.
We done a teaser. Featuring footage of how we came up with this sideways shit in the first place.
The world falls slowly back to how it should be... Our legendary agent Zac has managed to reschedule almost all of the dates we were forced to cancel (due to the nasty Polyp squatting on Dizraeli's vocal fold).
Click here for the tour as it now stands... Looking forward to seeing you at a gig soon!
GodCast 13 is yours, brought to you direct from New York. Dizraeli shares the best sounds he unearthed in 5 weeks of digging. Hosted and selected alongside Rabbi Darkside...
Yes! Dizraeli and the Small Gods are hitting the road in a crumbling ex-UPS van to celebrate the launch of our coming album... Check the poster for dates near you. Hyped!
The second single from the Dizraeli and the Small Gods album is here! Perceive the video below. Click here to stream and download all four (4!) tracks in the bundle.
Never Mind, along with the beautiful B-side The Little Things, is out right now - click on the cover below to hear both tracks and get your download of them. Let us know what you think. Peace.
Our first ever proper music video is here, and full to bursting with gully rabbits and a lot of vibe. The video is released ahead of the Never Mind single, out next Monday 29th October. Thank you to all the people who gave time and energy to make this intense weirdness happen.
I've wanted to play the Jazz Cafe in Camden for a long time - it's legendary, and some of my favourite artists have performed there. Now, Dizraeli and the Small Gods have confirmed our London single launch party will be actually There. Featuring a spoken word set from Dizraeli and very special guests throughout the night, this'll be proper big. We'd love to see you there... And everyone who comes will get a free copy of the Dizraeli and the Small Gods single.
The Never Mind single is finished, wrapped in eyescorching artwork and ready for release... We are all properly jiggling in our swivel chairs for this. It's sounding off the hook.
If you're near Brighton or London, you have extra special beans in your pocket, because you can come to the launch... Here it is:
We've been in the Giant Wafer studio in mid-Wales for the last week, recording the bass and drum parts for the Dizraeli and the Small Gods album (and also for the single that we'll be releasing in October... More on that to come). DJ Downlow was all up in our grills at all times with his cameraphone, and there's a 5-part video diary for you to follow. I've been told it's pretty f'ing good, as video diaries go. See what you think:
A gurt glimpse into the world of the Gods, where hiphop wrestles folk to ground level and folk screams in harmony. Featuring beatbox from Bellatrix, exclusive bars and an off-the-top freestyle from Dizraeli and loads of new live footage. Come now.
Here's a little slap of daftness for your thirsty faces. Dizraeli, Downlow and Bellatrix wrote, recorded and filmed this whole thing in a single afternoon in East Grinstead, during our February writing session at the Yogurt Rooms studio. The rest of the band were off doing other things, and here's what happened:
Ghosts, gods, thunder and a whole load of dope music. Dizraeli and Downlow bring you Godcast 7. Click on the cover below to stream it. Click here to download it for free.
Yerr, we're unloosing them all over the place. 'Was A Rapper' was filmed live for BBC Bristol. Cate had the flu so couldn't be with us, but look, here's Bellatrix on the harmonies.
Here's a sneaky keyhole into the coming album - 'We Had A Song' was filmed live at BBC Southern Counties a couple of weeks ago. Stories of growing up in Bristol, lost mates and memories.
Dedicated to the Crew Called Click.
It's done. Many late nights later, White Man (Moves) is ready, covered in Krishna Malla's dope artwork and running rude through the streets of everywhere. It's a journey from start to finish, and you can hear the whole album and read the story behind it now if you click on the cover below.
On Sunday we were in the BBC live studio in Brighton to play some of our new tracks and have a chat with Phil Jackson about what we're trying to do over here. It's only going to be available for re-listening until Sat 3rd of March so come and get it while you can. We're on at 2m10, 34m50, 46m40, the interview's at 56m and the last track's at 1h4m40.
At last, the brand new single from Dizraeli and Tom Caruana is yours - People Taking Pictures is unleashed, like an angry cow in a marketplace. You can get your free download of it and read all the lyrics right here. Spread the word!
Also check out the brand new video, created with Little Death Films who also did the Keep Your Head Down fillum... Bollywood and colonial colonels. Buh.
Chris Wood, many-times BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards winner, gave us a lovely nod including us in his feature "six of the best folk singers", in the Times Saturday Review. To be honoured alongside Martin Carthy as one of the six... is truly an honour. Thanks Chris. To read what he wrote click here.
Yerp yerp! The new menagerie album features the great and good of Brighton-linked hiphop: as well as Dizraeli and Teej, there's Dr Syntax, Elemental, Longusto, Vecks, Mole, Jon Clark, Baba Brinkman, Koaste, and Nick Maxwell. It's produced by the great Tom Caruana and has artwork by Tom Hines. We're completely sure it'll blow your mind. Here's the first single and video, 'Keep Your Head Down'. The download is free. I hope you enjoy it.
To begin the year of Apocalypse and Athletics, Dizraeli and Downlow bring you an even better mash of music and words. The theme this month is Water, and on a complete tangent includes an interview with spoken word don Polarbear, in a cafe. Click here to download your free copy of Godcast 4.
Here's a picture of me and Downlow in Cornwall:
We've also uploaded all three Godcasts to our new Mixcloud account: you can stream them here.
It was quite a weekend of loving for the Small Gods: not only did BBC Southern Counties (Dorset, Hampshire, Sussex, Kent, Surrey...) play our single, Million Miles; we also had BBC Radio Bristol picking up our October podcast and playing whole chunks of it on their Introducing show. Hear what they said about it here (from 37 minutes in) and if you haven't got your download of the Godcast yet, get it here.
Dizraeli & The Small Gods first single ‘Million Miles’ is now available for free download! Simply click on the image below.
You can listen to Dizraeli’s debut solo album, Engurland (City Shanties) on the ‘music’ page right now! You can also download it, order it on CD and grab the free singles ‘Reach Out’ and ‘Bomb Tesco’ (along with a killer drum and bass remix), if you click on the image below…