AND RELEASE MATT ALLSEBROOK REMIX
Following Sleaford Mods’ guest slot on Channel 4 News discussing music and politics on Friday night, the duo have released a remix of Tarantula Deadly Cargo by Matt Allsebrook today. Matt is the regular peripheral bass player for Sleaford Mods, whose work has featured on four of the tracks working alongside Andrew Fearn on their new album, Key Markets.
Sleaford Mods are scheduled to play at Banksy’s much talked about Dismaland this Friday, an event that frontman Jason Williamson has personally been looking forward to ahead of their Key Markets UK tour this month:
“I got asked about 8 months ago if Sleaford fancied playing an art exhibition. I asked who’s it was and got told whose it was and I thought yes, why not? I thought it was really good that we’d been asked. Why shouldn’t I think it was really good that we’d been asked? Am I supposed to say no because a lot of Banksy’s work is bought by rich people? In the eyes of the entertainment media it’s proclaimed that prominent figures from that industry attend his exhibitions. What’s he supposed to do about that then? If anything. Why is this an issue? Why is this somehow a signified port of self-corruption, a prime example of personal demise? Banksy, the people’s enemy, pointing a stick at us, the herd… Fuck off. It’s understood in some quarters that Dismaland is an insult to the masses because the tickets fall out of an upturned shopping trolley?
“Yeah, he’s laughing at us, he had to be, surely. He’s calling us all thick bastards.”
Fuck off, really? It’s a political witch hunt these days and I can’t deny we don’t chase targets down the fuckin street but this notion of critique levelled at this event is bollocks. It’s only an issue because you don’t quite know why do you? It just feels good being an issue doesn’t it? Do you feel his pricing as regards to his work is a bit out of your wallet? Of course it is, it’s fuckin good art, that’s why. Stuff that’s fuckin good tends to be more expensive (apart from whiz) if it’s floating for monetary gain in the darkness of the free market, that’s just how things are. Good works also contain extended effort which is usually married with extended study but as we know, this can be used negatively and most of the time it is. I don’t see any negativity in Dismaland to be honest, it’s an exhibition of brutality of constant human error. I couldn’t give a fuck how much money he charges for whatever and that’s simply because he makes an effort, he comments and very powerfully. I do understand however that literally no one is ever pleased, I understand that, but please, just fuck off. When it sinks, and it will, then we will all go.”
Catch Sleaford Mods live on the Key Markets tour. Tickets fromhttp://www.sleafordmods.com
23rd Manchester, Ritz
24th Carlisle, Brickyard
25th Newcastle, Northumbria Uni
28th Leeds, Irish Centre
29th Birmingham, Institute
1st Cardiff, Y-Plas
2nd London, Forum
4th Bristol, Bierkeller – SOLD OUT
5th Bournemouth, Fire Station
6th Brighton, The Old Market – SOLD OUT
8th Cambridge, Junction
9th Nottingham, Rock City
Support comes from Steve Ignorant’s Slice Of Life on all dates (apart from Brighton, Cambridge and Nottingham). Mark Wynn is second support on all dates.
Pick up Key Market’s on Harbinger Sound Records as a digital download fromhttps://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/key-markets/id996379565 and on vinyl and CD from http://cargorecordsdirect.co.uk/products/sleaford-mods-key-markets
Sleaford Mods are:
Jason Williamson – words
Andrew Fearn – music