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sleaford mods

austerity dogs

harbinger sound


Released: 6th Jan 2014


red lp

Released: 26th Feb 2014


out of stock

born out of part-frustration & part-accident, this duo combine slack lo-fi electro & punk into a genre-less musical vehicle for jason williamson’s vitriolic poetry.

an aggressive verbal onslaught on all that is contrived & connected to the day-to-day hammer of low paid employment & domestic situations arising from that trap. honestly the music often sounds like a half-cursory backing for williamson’s well-considered anger, often returning to 2 note bass lines, shards of synth or guitar & repetitive drum loops, but this almost adds to the album’s utterly compelling nature. sleaford mods don’t care what we think, or about fitting into a scene or any kind of music careerism, it just is & if you relate to what’s said you’ll likely fall under their spell. “it's chris morris with a class consciousness, laying bare the surreal tapestry of horrors that face the working class in britain today” – the quietus.

austerity dogs


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