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Sleaford Mods

Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn are some of the brightest and most incorruptible angry citizens the British music scene has - and that is definitely meant as a compliment. Not just since their masterpiece “Divide And Exit” (2014), the duo has been working on the post-modern catastrophes of ordinary people in brilliant cascades of rage between post-punk, lo-fi electro and rap. If there is still such a thing as working class ethos in pop, Sleaford mods have more of it than the entire saturated left establishment. The duo's sweaty gigs also transform the sterile club into a shabby basement hole.