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West End Girls

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The East Midlands men play havoc with those West End Girls, cuffing the anti-Thatcher sentiment into an equally dystopian era of Tory misrule.
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more uk grim

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Emerging from the same environment that created the duo's stellar album, 'UK GRIM', the songs of 'More UK GRIM' share the incisive lyrical v...
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UK Grim

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As the Nottingham duo's most dancefloor-friendly release to date, ‘UK GRIM’ is an urgent and sage-like look at life, living and the gritty reali...
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Spare Ribs

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If you’re feeling the least bit politically jaded, this album is going to chime the heck with you, as the Nottingham duo reel off razor sharp invectives, ...
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divide and exit (2020 reissue)

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Reissue of classic 2014 album.
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a collection of songs spanning the last seven years of the bands career; an array of crowd pleasers, B sides, unheard tracks and rarities for us to obsess about...

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songs of praise

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their debut lp seethes with a crackling post-punk intensity throughout, marrying caustic, razor-edged musicality with emotive melodies, dripping with sincere ou...
Eton Alive
  1. Into The Payzone
  2. Kebab Spider
  3. Policy Cream
  4. O.B.C.T.
  5. When You Come Up To Me
  6. Top It Up
  7. Flipside
  8. Subtraction
  9. Firewall
  10. Big Burt
  11. Discourse
  12. Negative Script

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Eton Alive

Extreme Eating
  • lp + download

    Released: 22nd Feb 2019


Though their shtick is no longer shocking, the ‘mods revel in being the well established nihilistic voice of Britain, exploring the absurdity of it all with a sonic restraint that suits them.

their fifth album sounds resigned and menacing, capturing the feeling of being trapped in the holding pattern of the contemporary moment. There are surprises here, like the half-sung, almost-lament of ‘when you come up’, which when they come, worm their way into your psyche with troubling alacrity. This band are not interested in making you happy or entertaining you with cheap thrills, and this is how they stay vital. “in ‘Eton Alive’ they have delivered one of their strongest records so far; a hellfire missive thrown down by a band still very much at the peak of their powers.” 8/10 – loud and quiet, "This is music that stands in opposition to the slick capitalist aesthetics of automation, the internet and political jargon." – the wire magazine