Catching Up With Sleaford Mods

Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn join Aquarium Drunkard to discuss UK Grim, their latest collection of discontented electronic post punk anti-anthems. They share thoughts on working with Perry Farrell, online discourse, and their unlikely pop audience.

Sleaford Mods :: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview

Few albums have captured the bleak, messy boredom of the pandemic better than the Sleaford Mods’ ‘Spare Ribs’, a collection of jaundiced rants about days at home, politically-motivated ignorance and, as usual, the posing incompetence of Jason Williamson’s musical peers.

We caught up with Willimanson at home to discuss the new record and more.

Amen Dunes :: Feel Nothing (featuring Sleaford Mods)

Last we heard from Amen Dunes, he was chanting Freedom, an oceanic surge of devotional sonic mysticism expanding infinitely around him. Now, on “Feel Nothing”—a new track with Sleaford Mods and the first new music from Dunes’ Damon McMahon in three years—he chants Kingdom. Upon a heavily percussive subterranean dancefloor, the patron saint of the underworld materializes to reclaim his throne and prophesy.