@records_forever Looks heavy.
Sleaford Mods are an abrasive post-punk duo from Nottingham who enjoy singing about everything from working-class philosophy to the greed of the British government. Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn first met in 2009 when they were both struggling with their solo music careers. Who would have thought that by 2014 they were teaming up with The Prodigy and Leftfield the following year? They went from playing grimy back rooms in various pubs to selling out shows in Berlin and even getting the chance to perform on the Peel Stage at Glastonbury, and this film sees the process of the writing of their critically acclaimed eighth studio album 'Key Markets'
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Andy Peterson's picks his top albums of 2015
10. King Midas Sound ft. Fennesz- Edition #1
Kevin Martin (AKA The Bug), poet Roger Robinson and singer Kiki Hitomi joined forces with Viennese avant garde composer Christian Fennesz to chart almost certainly the most enveloping travelogue of the year. The journey itself proved deep and magical.
9. Gengahr - A Dream Outside
One of the features on 21st century music is how 2nd and 3rd generation disciples of truly great bands - in this case golden oldies like the Beach Boys and Teenage Fanclub - are managing to make their inspirations sound so cool. London quartet Gehgahr replaced the now departed retro-future outfit Avi Buffalo in our hearts, to great effect.
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Motorhead, FFS and George Clinton make for exciting surprise additions.
10) Illum Sphere - Ghosts of Then & Now
Former occasional turntablist for those funky divas Radiohead, Ryan Hunn created a record that blended jazz, drum & bass, hip-hop and soul amongst many others, channelling his famous live sets into an always fascinating whole.
9) Downliners Sekt - Silent Ascent
Fabrizio Rizzin and Pere Solé echoed everyone and no-one on this, their third album. Others made comparisons to Autechre, Burial and Booka Shade, but the reality was the duo were obsessively working their own deeply underground but still magical groove.
8) Objekt - Flatland
I'm not even sure we know definitively what "Dark Techno" is, but this second album for TJ Hertz under the Objekt banner proved to be far less dystopian than some anticipated. Flatland in truth was just as indebted to Detroit as Berlin, but it's sleek, clear lines were a lesson in intelligent design.
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@records_forever Looks heavy.
@records_forever Raw? Horror?
@records_forever Is it mate!
@stone1909 Hell raiser still Fantastic.
@stone1909 Oh dear. Really.
Watching 'The Void'. It looks grim
RT @TicketmasterUK: .@sleafordmods Bunch of Kunst doc looks awesome >> https://t.co/3gRyCHOHiM << See them @wembleystadium in June: https:/…
@RussellHaswell Looks horrible russ.
@idwalfisher Rusted brown sauce.
RT @HeyWhatsOnNotts: And the winner of the @sleafordmods Competition is..........@alecfrusher DM me and i'll sort your tickets out. Poster…
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RT @leetlejuice: @bunchofkunst Words fail me as to how good the @sleafordmods film is, so I am not even going to try. Loved every minute.
@Pablo66 Yea. Innit.
RT @Rock_City_Notts: Worth a watch for our pals @sparksofficial @futureislands @sleafordmods and @TheShins who will all be here soon! https…
Chris Pratt loved having Kurt Russell as his on-screen dad so much he asked him to take it on as a permanent role.