Public Service Broadcasting

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London-based musical duo

Public Service Broadcasting on KCRW

South London duo Public Service Broadcasting released a compelling album last year, a fast-paced pastiche of audio samples culled from public information films and newsreels.

Public Service Broadcasting

South London duo Public Service Broadcasting released a compelling album last year, a fast-paced pastiche of audio samples culled from public information films and newsreels.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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