Tag Archives: Sleaford Mods

Song Of The Day – The Best Songs Of 2017

Howdy! So, that’s 2017 nearly over, and, given my Christmas was pure misery thanks to being bed ridden with the flu for nearly all of it, good riddance to them both. Speaking of hoping for better, here’s the best songs … Continue reading

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Donald Trump – an agent for Scottish independence

Making political predictions is a foolish endeavour for idiots, like me, see exhibits here, here and here for conclusive proof. Political presumptions are even more idiotic, dangerous even, as nobody viewed Trump as the threat he was. Indeed many scoffed, … Continue reading

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Essential Listening: The Best Songs Of 2015

Well pilgrims, we arrive at the best songs of 2015. Many of these choices come from the albums I selected on my best albums/EP’s/Mixes/Reissues of 2015 post last week. The reason for this? I know it sounds snobbish, but there’s … Continue reading

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Essential Listening: The Best Albums, EPs, Reissues and Mixes of 2015

With each passing year the better music websites (and no, this doesn’t include the Kanye West fellating, hypster centric, Pitchfork) are publishing their end of year lists well before the year ends, in some cases right at the start of … Continue reading

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Essential Listening: Sleaford Mods – Divide and Exit (2014) & Key Markets (2015)

There’s that annoying occurrence where mainstream attention invariably corrupts artistic purity. It slowly assimilates its intent and tone into safer spheres. Once it’s commoditised it’s then more likely to be sold, well, that’s the theory anyway. This partly explains the … Continue reading

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