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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. 
  • Vinyl 7" (EE002-7)
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  • Coloured vinyl
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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...
  • Vinyl LP (HARBINGERUSA001)
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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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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.

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You may have heard of EXTNDDNTWRK a.k.a. Andrew Fearn as Norman are a little partial to his lesser known side project Sleaford Mods. This incarnation allows Mr Fearn to express his purely electronic, instrumental side. Downbeat and claustrophobic, at times this shares some of the emotional space Burial touches on. Slow tempos, minimalist but never boring this carries an introspective and almost paranoid sensation, probably best not listened to hungover. This very limited cassette comes with a download code that also gives access to four further tracks.  

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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