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Dissatisfied with 2016’s vitriolic T.C.R. EP, Sleaford Mods motormouth Jason Williamson resolved to move on from spontaneous ranting on this LP. Andrew Fearn’s austere beats still hammer away relentlessly, but hooks have crept into their sardonic dispatches from Brexit Britain (“Army Nights,” “Snout”), and a more pensive tone suits Williamson as he skewers corporate greed on “B.H.S.” “I Feel So Wrong” even evokes a no-budget Massive Attack with simmering paranoia and a sung—sung!—chorus.

Biography

Formed: 2006 in Nottingham, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

British hip-hop/punk act Sleaford Mods began in 2006 as the recording project of Nottingham vocalist and musician Jason Williamson. The initial seed of the band's aggressive, no-nonsense, blue-collar sound was worked out by Williamson over the first couple of years both in the studio and at occasional gigs, where he would rap over prerecorded beats and samples. After relocating to London for a while, he returned to Nottingham, where he met Andrew Fearn, a veteran musician who was DJ'ing at the time....
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