|Tonight Club Fandango present Public Service Broadcasting + The Tenfivesixty + The Crisis Project at The Bull and Gate, Kentish Town
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Public Service Broadcasting
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, they teach the lessons of the past through the music of the future. Following their debut EP in August 2010 (the originally-titled ‘EP One’), PSB released ROYGBIV to the masses in March 2012. The single won the Rebel Playlist on BBC 6 Music and was on the receiving end of a 5* review in Artrocker magazine. The band release The War Room EP in late May / early June 2012, with lead track Spitfire already taking off on the airwaves.
Watch PSB Spitfire HERE
The Tenfivesixty consist of Rik Hornby and Jen Bailey, a duo who share a love of lost romanticism, soundtracks, ‘60s girl groups, ‘80s hooks, good footwear and the darker side of classic British guitar pop, and who honed their craft touring America in a mini and on a budget of thruppence. Back in Blighty they were joined by drummer Seb Sternberg and the end result is sultry, fragile and not averse to the off smokily manic moodswing which sees them squeeze in between Mazzy Star and The Pretenders.
The Crisis Project
The Crisis Project are Andy Russell, Michael Marshall and Jason Baker. Formed In Bristol during 2010. Their hazy, emotionally invigorating music, infuses stripped back house and techno production techniques with the fuzz and sweeping soundscapes more associated with post-rock and ambient electronica. Their use of emotive vocal parts, quirky juvenile baselines and beats that have the ability to thump tickle and tease leave an insatiable desire for more. Their live set is an integrated audio visual performance with classical song structures being incorporated into a seamless live "mix". . The band's influences are abundant. From Nathan Fake and James Holden, to Bjork, Arvo Part and Matthew Dear.
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