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Sleaford Mods

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Equal parts classic-era punk, casio minimalism, slam poetry, growling protest chant, and poison ivy rash, Sleaford Mods are singular, and always powerful. And with their TCR 12”, particularly its title track, named for the 1970s auto toy “Total Control Racing,” the Mods are surprisingly…tuneful? The 12” leads into the duo’s Rough Trade debut, planned for next year, which showcases a softer side of the perennially-aggressive…heh. Nah, that’s not the case. They raise as much hell and throw as many punches here as they have ever. Thank god. Sleafords for President. “The most compelling live act in music right now” – The Guardian “There’s a distinct allure about the Mods, and given their guest spots on new albums by Leftfield and the Prodigy, it hasn’t gone unnoticed. For me, what makes these guys so exciting is that their music speaks volumes about rejection — at first from society, then back towards it.” – Tiny Mix Tapes “The punk rock on which Williamson and Fearn grew up promised a lot of catharses that weren’t actually forthcoming, so they don’t even hint at those. But they’ve adopted its raw elements—crudity, spittle, black humor and unpretty voices—as durable tools to express discontent.” – Pitchfork “So many groups enthused by punk’s initial promise have done little more than dance around in its corpse. Sleaford Mods have managed to animate its ghost.” – The Wire
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