Public Service Broadcasting are a London-based pseudonymous musical group consisting of J. Willgoose, Esq. on guitar, banjo, other stringed instruments, samplings and electronic musical instruments, Wrigglesworth on drums, piano and electronic musical instruments, and J F Abraham on flugelhorn, bass guitar, drums and assorted other instruments including a vibraslap.
Public Service Broadcasting is a London, England-based pseudonymous musical duo consisting of J. on guitar, banjo, other stringed instruments, samplings and electronic instruments; and Wrigglesworth on drums, piano and electronic instruments, formed in 2011.
Public Service Broadcasting is a London-based pseudonymous musical duo consisting of J. on guitar, banjo, other stringed instruments, samplings and electronic instruments; and Wrigglesworth on drums, piano and electronic instruments. They take samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda material, attempting to 'teach the lessons of the past through the music of the future'.
Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) is an American non-profit corporation created in 1967 by an act of the United States Congress and funded by the federal government to promote and help support public broadcasting.
He debuted live as Public Service Broadcasting in late 2009 with a gig at the Tooting, London's The Selkirk pub and shortly afterwards, released the project's debut effort, EP One. Almost immediately, Willgoose's project had made a name for itself, and as the offers for live appearances started coming through, Willgoose recruited Wrigglesworth to play drums for their live shows. They played through their entire Inform – Educate – Entertain album, and it was incredibly well received by the audience who were dancing around non stop. The duo were great at interacting with the audience, and they would shout out to us at appropriate moments to dance along or clap to the beat of their tracks.
Public Service Broadcasting are a London-based pseudonymous musical group consisting of J. PSB's new album Every Valley was recorded entirely in a former workers' institute in South Wales - with Thursday night Zumba class going on in the backgound.
Public Service Broadcasting have achieved the (almost) impossible. They’ve taken a terminally unglamorous subject matter and made a concept album out of it that works. Every Valley, Public Service Broadcasting’s lush, sweeping ode to Welsh miners, sees far past the National Coal Board’s touting of the industry’s fantastical, misperceived longevity, and instead peers into the lives of a proud working class that lived and died by the dank tunnels in which they methodically toiled.