PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING Inspired By ‘BRIGHT MAGIC’ Of Berlin

24 September 2021

Band: PUBLIC SERVING BROADCASTING
Who: Alt/art/ indie band from London
Active: Since 2009 / 4 studio albums
(including the new one)

New album: BRIGHT MAGIC
Featuring several German guests such as
Blixa Bargeld, Andreya Casablanca and Eera

Released: 24 September 2021 – order info here

DIY Magazine writes: “As a natural expansion of Willgoose’s artistic habits,
‘Bright Magic’ chronicles the ephemeral musing of Berlin, not dissimilar from
2017’s ‘Every Valley’, that highlighted the downfall of the Welsh coal industry
and its modern repercussions. ‘Bright Magic’ flourishes at its most calm and
erupts at its most fervent, lending itself neatly to a state of anxious tension,
sonically chronicling the faded walk back from the club, when dawn and
dusk blur into irrelevance.”
Score: 4/5.

Turn Up The Volume: David Bowie, Nick Cave, U2, Tricky and more, made
remarkable records inspired by Germany’s historic city Berlin. All of them went living/writing/recording in the city that was split down the middle after World
War II until the fall of the Wall in 1989. Now PSB comes up with a black and white
Berlin-influenced album. Cinematic synth symphonies, shadowy electro-scapes,
but also funky upbeat grooves. German lyrics/song titles, German guest singers,
Kraftwerk echoes. You can almost smell Berlin. A standout work all the way!

Singles: People, Let’s Dance / Der Rhythmus der Maschinen /
Lichtspiel III: Symphonie Diagonale

– PEOPLE, LET’S DANCE –
(Feat. EERA)

– DER RHYTMUS DER MASCHINEN –
(Feat. Blixa Bargeld )

– LICHSPIEL III: SYMPHONIE DIAGONALE –

Full album…

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