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Nov 23, 2021

The Bug (aka Kevin Martin) and Jason Williamson of Sleaford Mods have shared a new double single featuring the songs “Treetop” and “Stoat.” It is out now via Ninja Tune. More

Oct 13, 2021

British punk duo Sleaford Mods (Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn) have shared a video for a new remix of their song “I Don’t Rate You,” taken from their most recent album, Spare Ribs. The remix was done by British electronic duo Orbital, and is accompanied by another remix from Fearn under his Extnddntwrk moniker as part of a new remix single which is out now via Rough Trade. The single will be available physically on 12-inch vinyl for the band’s upcoming tour. More

Sleaford Mods – Listen to Our Interview in the New Episode of Our Under the Radar Podcast

The New Episode of Season 2 of Under the Radar with Celine Teo-Blockey Is Out Now on Major Podcasting Platforms

Sep 24, 2021

British punk duo Sleaford Mods (singer, Jason Williamson and producer, Andrew Fearne) are the guests on the latest episode of Under the Radar Podcast. They released their pandemic-inspired album Spare Ribs earlier this year. More

11 Best Songs of the Week: Courtney Barnett, The Goon Sax, Strand of Oaks, Damon Albarn, and More

Plus Nation of Language, Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jul 09, 2021

Welcome to the 26th Songs of the Week of 2021. The American music industry pretty took Monday off due to Sunday’s July 4th holiday, so we expected slimmer pickings this week. It was not to be, thanks for some exciting album announcements. We settled on a Top 11 this week. More

Jul 06, 2021

Amen Dunes (aka Damon McMahon) has teamed up with British duo Sleaford Mods (Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn) for a new song, “Feel Nothing.” It is his first single for Sub Pop, which has just announced they’ve signed Amen Dunes. More

12 Best Songs of the Week: Julien Baker, Midnight Sister, Field Music, Baio, and More

Plus Jane Weaver, Still Corners, Sleaford Mods, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jan 15, 2021

Welcome to the second Songs of the Week of 2021. It was a little less trying than last week, but Donald Trump did earn the dubious honor of being the first ever president to be impeached twice. It was a fantastic week for new songs; after a slow week last week with only a Top 6, this week we present double the songs with a Top 12. More

Sleaford Mods – Stream the New Album

Spare Ribs Out Now via Rough Trade

Jan 15, 2021

English electronic punk duo, Sleaford Mods (Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn) have released a new album, Spare Ribs, today via Rough Trade. Now that the album’s out you can stream the whole thing here. More

Jan 11, 2021

English electronic punk duo, Sleaford Mods (Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn) are releasing a new album, Spare Ribs, this Friday via Rough Trade. Now they have shared another song from it, “Nudge It,” via a video for the track. Both the song and video feature Amy Taylor of Australian punks Amyl and the Sniffers. More

Sleaford Mods Share Video for New Song “Shortcummings”

Spare Ribs Due Out January 15, 2021 via Rough Trade

Dec 02, 2020

English electronic punk duo, Sleaford Mods (Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn) are releasing a new album, Spare Ribs, on January 15, 2021 via Rough Trade. Now they have shared another song from it, “Shortcummings,” via a video for it. Its title references Dominic Cummings, the former Chief Advisor to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. More

14 Best Songs of the Last Three Weeks: Casper Clausen, Kiwi Jr., RINSE, Sleaford Mods, and More

Plus Kevin Morby, Crowded House, Django Django, and a Wrap-up of the Last Three Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Nov 13, 2020

Welcome to the 42nd Songs of the Week of 2020. We haven’t done a Songs of the Week in three weeks. Because of last week’s presidential election there were hardly any new songs of note released and we were too on edge awaiting the outcome to be decided to focus on new music. The week before was the run up to Halloween and there were certainly some worthy songs then, but for whatever reason we didn’t get Songs of the Week finished in time and abandoned it. So this week’s Songs of the Week covers the last three weeks, but mainly songs from this week and two weeks ago. More

Oct 31, 2020

English electronic punk duo, Sleaford Mods (Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn) have announced a new album, Spare Ribs, and shared its first single, “Mork N Mindy,” via a video for it. The song and video feature Billy Nomates. They also performed the song on Late Night with Seth Meyers. More

May 05, 2020

English electronic punk duo, Sleaford Mods (Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn), are releasing a career-spanning retrospective, All That Glue, on May 15 via Rough Trade. Now they are sharing one of its previously unreleased tracks, “Second,” via a video for the track. More

Baxter Dury Announces New Album, Shares “Miami” Video

Prince of Tears Due Out October 27 via Heavenly, Features Rose Elinor Dougall and Sleaford Mods' Jason Williamson

Aug 29, 2017

Baxter Dury has announced a new album, Prince of Tears, and shared a video for its first single, “Miami.” Prince of Tears is due out October 27 via Heavenly. It features two special guests: Jason Williamson from Sleaford Mods on “Almond Milk” and Rose Elinor Dougall on “Porcelain.” More

May 26, 2017

Britpop and Madchester survivors The Charlatans released a new album, Different Days, today via BMG. The band have previously shared the album’s first single, “Plastic Machinery,” which features the legendary guitarist of The Smiths, Johnny Marr, along with Brian Jonestown Massacre frontman Anton Newcombe, as well as a video for the song. More




Reviews

Mar 20, 2019

Parting ways with Rough Trade following the mild disappointment of their 2017 English Tapas platter, the Nottingham austerity-punk duo Sleaford Mods have, for their fifth album “proper,” formed their own imprint and made a new record that is as bleak as it is bold, as funny as it is despairing, and as surprisingly tuneful as it is atonal and hard. More