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Reliably sweary, Sleaford Mods aren't actually Mods at all - despite vocalist Jason Williamson's love of sharp dressing - but, rather, a malign take on English punk that brings minimalist electronics and American hip-hop influences to the table. It'...read more »

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Jason Williamson
Grammar Wanker: Sleaford Mods 2007–2014

Jason Williamson’s remarkable lyrics for Sleaford Mods, printed on the page rather than spat into your ears. Grammar Wanker collects together all the pieces from recent albums and singles, as well as highlights of early material dating back to 2007. Have fun counting all the mentions of the word ‘piss’!
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Sleaford Mods
Divide And Exit

Divide And Exit by Sleaford Mods is the follow-up to their breakthrough compilation album, Austerity Dogs. I think it’s fair to say that the Nottingham duo of Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearns, mixing beats, samples with sharp, witty lyrics and punk delivery have come up with a bit of classic. Includes the single, Tiswas.
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Sleaford Mods
Discourse

‘Discourse’, the third single from Sleaford Mods’ recent UK Top 10 album Eton Alive, released on 7” white vinyl and backed with the previously unreleased title track of that LP on its B-side. Jason Williamson is in fine vocal form as ever, spitting pent-up social observations over an equally tense backdrop of fast-paced bpms. 
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Sleaford Mods
Bunch Of Kunst Documentary / Live at SO36

Even if you don’t much care for the music of Sleaford Mods, you have to say that they’ve been a refreshing and valuable voice in the increasingly homogenised world of mainstream rock over the past few years. This two-disc set - the Bunch Of Kunst documentary DVD and a live album recorded at Berlin’s legendary SO36 - provides a neat insight into what makes the Poundland Pet Shop Boys so vital.
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Sleaford Mods
Live at SO36

Live recording of Sleaford Mods’ third gig at SO36 in Berlin, from June 2015. Live, angry and righteous, the whole gig was caught on camera and documented. The album contains pretty much all of their biggest tracks, including Jobseeker, Tied Up In Nottz, Joly Fucker, and Tweet, Tweet, Tweet. If studio recordings aren’t gritty and sweaty enough for you...
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Sleaford Mods
Austerity Dogs

Austerity Dogs is the 6th album by Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods, but it’s the one that got them noticed. Since its release in 2013, the band have gone from strength to strength, being a necessary mouthpiece and cathartic outlet for many in the these austere times. They mix a punk snarl with pepped-up hip-hop beats and socially aware lyrics to make an original, energetic, angry and often witty statement that has become essential.

Sleaford Mods / Sudden Infant
You're Brave / Fat Nipple Uptight

Hey look: it's a Sleaford Mods thing. We're all pretty excited to drop the beat and then get our Swear Circle going, which is kinda like a drum circle except without snares and with a lot of variations on the word "fucker". This particular 7" sees "You're Brave" paired with a tune by Joke Lanz's project Sudden Infant, who offers up "Fat Nipple Uptight" on the B-side. Pretty graphic, dude.
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Jason Williamson
Happy Days

Sleaford Mods lead barker Jason Williamson is back with his third book of stories and things following his lyrics book Grammar Wanker and Slabs From Paradise. This time it's about really grim things like dogging places, shit pubs, appalling housing, twats, people fighting, lowlife scum, arses, really bad precincts, bricks, dogs on housing estates, people sniffing....all that kind of stuff. 

Sleaford Mods
Eton Alive

The fifth studio album from never-knowingly-short-of-a-pun duo Sleaford Mods is on their own new 'Extreme Eating' label following a relatively brief sojourn with Rough Trade. Eton Alive is an aptly-titled affair in a year when which the actions of certain Old Etonians are in real danger of tearing the United Kingdom apart. Be assured that Sleaford Mods will have plenty to say on the subject of Brexit, austerity, and pretty much everything else related to the "shit pipe of this tatty civilisation" - all splurted out in their usual inimitable rattle-and-rant style.  
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Sleaford Mods
The Mekon

Got them off the back of a lorry mate. Unofficial re-press of this early classic which features lots of inventive sampling and a wordy, sweary delivery. Sound familiar? It should be as some of these songs are a bit good you know. Word is you'll be paying top notch if you try to get one on Discogs...
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Sleaford Mods
S.P.E.C.T.R.E.

An unofficial re-issue of the early work of this at the time yet to be heralded group from the flatlands of Eastern England. You'll be paying upward of £75 for a copy of this on Discogs which is somewhat remarkable seeing as though we haven't heard of them. Lots of inventive ranting though, as you'd expect from the wilds of Lincolnshire. 
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Sleaford Mods
Chubbed Up +

Here's a Sleaford Mods album on Mike Patton's Ipecac of all labels. This one already came out as a digital-only compilation but this is its first physical release. It features previously unreleased tracks 'Bring Out The Canons', 'The Committee' and 'Fear of Anarchy' alongside crowd favourites like 'Jobseeker', 'Jolly Fucker' and 'Tweet Tweet Tweet'.
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Sleaford Mods
Sleaford Mods EP

First new music from Sleaford Mods since 2017's English Tapas and as is their wont it's a five track EP ahead of a promised new LP next March. A bunch of things to tie you over all about people's anger with the political system and the slow descent into slanging matches. Always on the ball it's nice to have them back. They may look rough and tough and snarly but they are lovely lads really. Soft as puppies.  
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Sleaford Mods
A Little Ditty / I'm Shit At It

Angry. Angry. Angry. Shouty. Angry. Angry. Shouty. Sweary. Shouty. Angry. Angry. Sweary. Sweary. Sweary. Angry. Shouty. Shouty. Shouty. Shouty. Angry. Punchy. Punchy. Punchy. Angry. Punchy. Punny. Angry. Sweary. Fighty. Angry. Fighty. Angry. Angry. Angry. Shouty. Angry. Angry. Shouty. Sweary. Shouty. Angry. Punky. Punky. Angry. Punky. Punky. Angry. Sleaford. Mods. Sleaford. Mods. Shouty. Mods. Fighty. Mods. Sleaford. Angry. Sleaford. Mods. A 1000 only pressing, 500 on blue vinyl *SOLD OUT on BLUE now!* 500 of random colours, from Sleaford Mods. 'A Little Ditty' from the album 'Divide and Exit' and an exclusive B-side 'I’m Shit At It' with a guest slot from John Paul.
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EXTNDDNTWRK
Untld

Exit, end, do no twerk. Extension double D, not work. Is this album called Untld for Untold or for Untitled? Andrew Fearn’s moniker raises more questions than feet with this scary and paranoid 10”. There’s only a few going around, so don’t miss out. Extended Network. Maybe that’s it.

Jason Williamson
Slabs From Paradise

Pardon my English but I believe the phrase "no phucks given" comes to mind when considering the output of Philip Best's (Whitehouse/Consumer Electronics) chapbook publishing house Amphetamine Sulphate - speed not cocaine. Their first collection comes from sweary laureate Jason Williamson of Sleaford Mods, who has here written five short stories collected as Slabs From Paradise. If anyone wants to hear any of my made up Sleaford Mods' lyrics get at us on Twitter -- they're too profane for this text box.  

Sleaford Mods
English Tapas

Returning with their first full length record for Rough Trade, it will be fascinating to find out what Sleaford Mods made of 2016. The title here refers to cuisine in a pub the pair visited that consisted of "half a scotch egg, cup of chips, pickle and a mini pork pie" - a menu that sums up the useless state of England, as viewed through the lens of lead ranter Jason Williamson. Featuring all new songs recorded with Steve Mackey (Pulp), this is sure to be one of 2017's most-anticipated releases.     
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Sleaford Mods
Fizzy

Filthy-tongued and opinion-polarising electropunk grimeballs Sleaford Mods are riding a massive wave of hype thanks to their no-fucking-about slices of pissed-the-fuck-off modern life. 'Fizzy' is their latest cut, you know the score, purposefully cheap-sounding stripped back electronics bounce monotonously away while frontman Jason turns the air blue with his disenfranchised rant-raps. Over on the flip there's an exclusive live version of 'Urine Mate' (welcome to the club) which was recorded live at the German club Skalitzer Berlin August 24th 2013. 
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The Pop Group / Sleaford Mods
Nations / Face To Faces

Implausible / remarkable team up here from Norman favourites Sleaford Mods and The Pop Group: a split 7” giving us a track from each. The Sleaford selection is an (even) rougher version of a track from their forthcoming album, and Mark Stewart’s boys give us one from their latest. On Freaks R Us.
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Sleaford Mods
T.C.R

This is the first new material from Sleaford Mods now that they've handed the keys over to the man at Rough Trade. Not that their sound has changed at all. 'TCR' sees them just as angry and sweary as before with five new tracks recorded earlier this year. The title track details the travails of a man who escapes to the pub only to realise that it's just as futile as the rest of his life. Same old then but we wouldn't want it any other way. 
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Sleaford Mods
Key Markets

Just as the UK goes back to the ballot box, our favourite agit-prop duo return with 'proper' album number three. Named after a particularly gruesome sounding supermarket in Grantham in the '70s and '80s, the album contains further ruminations on the disorientation of modern existence and the pointlessness of government politics. "It's a classic," they say...and from the sound of lead track the tight and rhythmic 'No-one's Bothered' who are we to argue?
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Sleaford Mods
Talk Bollocks / No One's Bothered

Now that we have a Conservative party in full power and therefore five years of austerity and cuts ahead of us we'll be needing Sleaford Mods more than ever. An initial spin of 'No One's Bothered' from their forthcoming 'Key Markets' album reveals a band pretty close to the top of their game. This pulsating track appears here alongside the typically titled 'Talk Bollocks'. Both tracks are new and copies of this will disappear as fast as Ed Miliband's political career.   
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Sleaford Mods
Tied Up In Nottz

The two men from Nottingham are here with a nice little 7’’ from Germany. One of the favourites from the ‘Divide and Exit’ LP. A bloke gets proper angry over some Midlands motorik. Record also has a B side (most usually do). Walk around your house and get yourself worked up over the current state of Britain/Earth. It’s grim everywhere, mate.
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The Prodigy (featuring Sleaford Mods)
Ibiza

It was only a matter of time before Jason Williamson got the call to inject some anger into other people's records. He may have to hold tight for the Noel Gallagher and Paul Weller invites but the Prodigy are in on the ground floor and Williamson slathers his vile all over this gruesome piece of electronic racket. Will be of interest to Sleaford Mods and Prodigy fans alike. 
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Sleaford Mods
Tiswas

More loud and shouty genius from 2014's sensations, the lairy duo Sleaford Modz. This limited twelve arrives as the aptly titled 'Tiswas' EP, a collection of mostly all new material from Jason Williamson, who opens his mouth once and never closes it, and Andrew Fearn, who lets things tinker away in the background. These tracks were recorded in the studio at the time 'Divide and Exit' was, and now get their own living space and retirement fund. Recommended for you, because you're a Sleaford Mods fan.
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Sleaford Mods
Loan Shark / Slug Tub

If you've had your head up your arse for the last year then you've not heard of the Sleaford Mods. They swear a lot over rudimentary beats and they keep it fucking real. It feels appropriate to swear my tits off writing this. Here's 2 brand new tracks on Felix Kubin's label. There's 500 copies pressed for the world and it comes in a fancy printed sleeve which is well sexy. 'Cry Baby Cry' have you done a poo?'
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Just Tracks

Long before the man with the fixed ‘fuck you’ stare, can of beer, e-cigarette and laptop found a home as one half of Sleaford Mods, Andrew Fearn was making music at home comprising samples, loops, frazzled electronic textures, deep bass rumbles, mutated beats, punk snarl, post-dancefloor meltdown mayhem and all manner of other abstract and disparate sounds. Rammed home by the same DIY sensibility that drives Sleaford Mods, Andrew’s (mostly) solo works are where he cuts his teeth on new ideas, fresh sounds and music that sways heavily between that of a chemical-soaked film soundtrack and an obvious passion for all things that filter in from those less obvious edges most people prefer to keep at bay. Just Tracks collects the latest album of the same name alongside a bonus disc which delves into his back catalogue (otherwise to be found residing on Bandcamp and various other spots over the ‘net). It, perhaps as suggested, merely hints at the little sonic dust-storms Andrew kicks up at every available free moment he gets (presumably over rugged and much abused equipment stained by coffee and with overflowing ashtray nearby…). Tracks: Disc One   (Just Tracks Album) 1. Care Less 2. Dirty Soup 3. Foul Play 4. Crystal Ball 5. Boss Lies 6. Tech Lies 7.Garner 8.Funhouses 9.Breath In 10.Breath Outro Disc Two (Random Selection) 1. Anguish of Conflict 2. Bad Penny 3. Stoop Me 4. Kraken 5. Heavy Menthol 6. Dirty Bastard 7.S unshine E 8. Lost By (Remix) 9. Drum an Cello 10. Wolverines Violin
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