Part electrobilly, part bluegrass, part shabby punk and (kudos to The Guardian for this one), part good old cockney knees-up, there's a lot going on behind and all around The Mules' front of stage, singing drummer Ed Seed. The five-piece's genre hopping was well and truly crammed into 2006's debut Save Your Face and although we still await a follow-up, the band's curated collection 'Pick Your Own' - featuring Left With Pictures, Jonquil, Johnny Flynn and Eugene McGuiness - is well worth checking out in the meantime.
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The scene is the Brixton Windmill’s solitary male cubicle and I’m ankle deep in I don’t care to know what. The reason being that three-fifths of The Mules, whom I have just interviewed and have no idea of my current unfortunate whereabouts, are taking up all the urinals....