Lord Buckethead introduced Nottingham punk poets Sleaford Mods.
Glastonbury has been making headlines this year for more than just the music.
Sleaford Mods are not your average band. In fact, they’re not even a band, technically. Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn have gained notoriety by exploding any and all assumptions you could make of them from either their name, appearance or past. Two white, relatively middle-class men touching middle age whose music comes from deep within the gurgling bowels of lo-fi, electronic hip-hop. Primal, raw and aggressive. It wasn’t always so, by his own admission Jason started out his musical career guitar in hand, trotting out the sort of middle-of-the-road, cliched singer-song writer guff that engulfed the ‘90s. But somewhere along the way he was compelled to rip up the communal hymn sheet, he began kicking against the pricks.
0:00 - Lord Buckethead Introduction
0:40 - Army Nights
3:48 - I Can Tell
7:44 - Britain Thirst
11:14 - Moptop
14:05 - Snout
17:06 - Carlton Touts
20:11 - Dull
23:01 - TCR
27:51 - (Copyright Redacted) Time Sands
31:40 - Routine Dean
33:55 - Jolly Fucker
36:23 - Drayton Manored
40:10 - Cuddly
43:50 - (Copyright Redacted) B.H.S
47:55 - Jobseeker
53:10 - Tweet Tweet Tweet
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