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Test Card Recordings

Public Service Broadcasting 'The War Room EP'


Test Card Recordings

Public Service Broadcasting 'The War Room EP'


The debut CD release from Public Service Broadcasting - The War Room EP has Sold 14,000 + copies digital, CD & vinyl  to date. Now re-released by Test Card Recordings via Cargo. Over 250,000 views on Youtube!! 

PSB's debut album Inform - Educate - Entertain debuted at #21 in UK album charts.

Press hightlights 2013:
Artrocker Album of the Month *****

Guardian Album of the Week ****

Time Out Top Ten Albums of 2013 so far June 2013

Mojo ****

Daily Express ****

Public Service Broadcasting repurpose old films to new effect, and it works beautifully...Artful and evocative Guardian

Absolutely essential listening. Artrocker

Adrenalised post-rock and electronics... Gripping. Mojo

Terrific GQ

"Brilliant Q

An extraordinary debut...PSB may well be the UK's best new band. Your 2013 just won't be complete without them. The 405

"They blend the voices of the past with the music of the present to astounding effect Independent

A truly exciting, original and innovative band Loud & Quiet

Genuinely original, innovating and amazing Artrocker Best Electro Act 2013

Time Out's Top Tips for 2013: Inspirational stuff

John Kennedy XFM: Absolutely brilliant.

The next single taken from the album, 'Theme From PSB' (12 August), is their summery, banjo-infused calling card which will soundtrack a string of festival slots around the UK. These include headline shows at Secret Garden Party, End Of The Road & Wickerman, plus appearances at Glastonbury, Standon Calling, Green Man and many more. They are also set for two very high profile support slots, with the Rolling Stones at Hyde Park and New Order at Jodrell Bank.

The Independent's Simon Price said of the band : In their love of history, and their understanding of the dignity of the wartime generation, they remind me of British Sea Power, although Stereolab are closer sonically.

PSB are progressive without the florid ornamentation of Prog, dense and complex with not a semiquaver wasted. It's an industrious, diligent sound, and, in the flesh, surprisingly danceable: slamming chemical beats accompanied by old cine footage, providing a peculiar opportunity to party to Pathe news.

1. If War Should Come
2. London Can Take It
3. Spitfire
4. Dig For Victory 
5. Waltz For George