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click to enlarge Jason Williamson says this LP "is the rightful extension of the SLEAFORD MODS idea, but don't let that drive you into thinking this is some rehash". For sure there are parallels: A duo featuring John Paul Heggerty's rants and lyrical approach, his cynical observations put into slam-poetry wordplay, in a similar vein as Jason Williamson. Musically backed by the sounds and samples of Ratman (who released some records in the 90s on Bristol based trip-hop label CUP OF TEA RECORDS), and with more resemblance to the british Grime or Two Step styles, than to the SLEAFORD MODS... 9 tracks on this LP, and with "This Is England" it contains a riposte to the CHILDISH GAMBINO mega-hit. Here's two video-links: and

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JOHN PAUL- Nuts - 12"

click to enlarge Limited handnumbered edition of 300 copies! Following the "Filter" LP on HARBINGER SOUND, here's 3 new and exclusive songs. SLEAFORD MODS fans take note! As Jason Williamson had put it, JOHN PAUL "is the rightful extension of the SLEAFORD MODS idea". Not a rehash, but extended in a UK Garage and/or Dubstep style (...think of Mike Skinner's THE STREETS), with true punk poetry. Proper, mate!

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click to enlarge The second album comes as a natural progression to "No Filter". More crunchy and precise, but still retaining a grimey DIY sound. Produced again by RATMAN, creating a soundtrack to modern times decay, mixing Lo-Fi, Dub and UK Garage into an odd dance party...

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