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Public Service Broadcasting - Everest (Leftside Wobble Mix)

Leftside Wobble on November 13, 2012 10:15

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    Something a little different from me this week. Whilst it's not aimed at the dancefloor I'm really proud of this mix. Lemon Jelly meets New Order is probably the best description I've heard. It's strictly promo only for the moment but will see a proper release at some point next year. You can buy the original version via the iTunes link and make sure to check out the video link too - which links to their previous single, Spitfire (another track that is due for an official Leftside Wobble remix at some point next year).

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_u4Md_aXVJE

    Public Service Broadcasting are a London-based duo whose main ingredients are: 1) J. Willgoose, Esq. on guitars, banjos, other stringed instruments, samplings, electronic things; 2) Wrigglesworth on drums, pianos and other electronic things.

    Taking samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda material, and mould them into 21st century songs.

    Everest is based on the 1953 film 'The Conquest of Everest', which told the story of Hillary & Tensing successful ascent of the tallest mountain in the world, and which was directed by expedition member George Lowe.

    The band have been getting major props from both 6 Music and XFM (amongst many others) and are preparing a major label album release for next year.

    www.facebook.com/publicservicebroadcasting

    Release date: Nov 12, 2012
    ISRC: GB-SZF-12-00112

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