Somewhere between punk, hip hop and spoken word lie UK duo Sleaford Mods. (They are neither mods, nor from Sleaford. They're from Nottingham.) Jason Williamson spews a tapestry of bile over low-tech, muscular backing by Andrew Fearn, the result is somewhere between The Fall, McClusky, Happy Mondays and John Cooper Clark. The pair have been making music for eight years now but really started to get attention with last year's terrific Austerity Dogs and look to go even wider with the just released Divide and Exit. On it Sleaford Mods are in full rebellion mode. Williamson hold equal contempt for the rich, conservatives, liberals, phonies in general, idiots, 'jolly f*#@ers,' etc all via a nonstop torrent of brilliantly, hilariously profane lyrics. At the end of October Ipecac Recordings will be introducing the coolest thing to come out of the UK in a long time. With the release of a compilation from Sleaford Mods titled CHUBBED UP+. Sleaford Mods are a stripped down, political, electronic punk-hop band from working class Nottingham.
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