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I Tagged Along as Sleaford Mods Delivered Their New EP to People's Houses

Would we get attacked or showered in love? There was only one way to find out – jumping in the van and hitting the road.
Daniel Dylan Wray

Sleaford Mods and the Ballad of Britain’s Lost Rave Generation

How the Nottingham duo went from drug binges and railing at British austerity to living clean.
Ryan Bassil
Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

Middle Eastern Rap to Jewish Southern Folk: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

A variety of records, including Algiers and Sleaford Mods.
Robert Christgau
Breaking News

Shane Richie's "World Would Be Complete" if Sleaford Mods Performed on Children In Need

Maybe Alfie Moon off of Eastenders is right. This is what the Children really do Need.
Emma Garland

Is Britain Still Cool? We Asked Some Foreign VICE Offices to Find Out

How did we go from Oasis, New Labour and <i>Austin Powers</i> to Ed Sheeran, <i>Downton Abbey</i> and paedophiles?
VICE Staff
Festivals 2015

We Talked About How Fucked Greece is With Everyone at Athens' Awesome Plisskën Festival

All the bloody opinions, from Greek rappers and party kids, to Sleaford Mods and Ratking.
Kevin EG Perry
Smash Hits and Superstars

We Asked Cradle of Filth to Decide 2015's Sound of the Summer

From Fetty Wap to Jamie xx, who better to pick 2015's sunshine banger than a malicious and satanic extreme metal band?
Joe Zadeh

Hear Both Tracks From The Pop Group and Sleaford Mods' Split Seven-Inch Release

Post-punk pioneers team up with the duo who've spent the last six years putting it back on the UK music agenda.
Noisey Staff
Sleaford Gob

Eureka, You C*nt: I Had Arrived

Jason Williamson traces his journey from cokey Britpop nothingness to "arriving" with Sleaford Mods 20 years later.
Jason Williamson
Smash Hits and Superstars

We Forced Idris Elba to Listen to Run the Jewels, Young Fathers, Skepta and More

And it turns out he knows his tunes.
Joe Zadeh
Sleaford Gob

Beware the Binge Phantom

Getting arseholed constantly does bad things to bands.
Jason Williamson
Sleaford Gob

This Is What Happens When Your Band Starts to Get Popular

The surprise of success is fucking weird, says Sleaford Mods' Jason Williamson.
Jason Williamson