THIS WEEKEND, THE UK’S ANNUAL RECORD STORE DAY WILL SEE FEVERED HANDS IMPARTING WADS OF HARD-EARNED TO BAG SPECIALLY CREATED RARITIES – AMONGST THEM THE NEW SINGLE FROM CUT-UP SOUNDSCAPE GROOVERS PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING.
In this new edition of The Mouthcast, recorded in the afternoon of the duo’s recent show in Lincoln, corduroy-clad electro-hipsters J Willgoose Esq and Wrigglesworth explain how PSB’s first foreign language outing came to be. Both parts of ELFSTEDENTOCHT mix PSB’s customary soundscape grooves – seemingly influenced in equal measure by Krautrock, 1980s synth, DJ Shadow and the expansive sonics of Radiohead and Sigur Ros – with some carefully chosen dialogue from a Dutch documentary film about an ice skating tournament.
The duo – making their second appearance on The Mouthcast and on chipper form despite a tough soundcheck – also discuss last year’s support slots with the Rolling Stones and Manic Street Preachers, and reveal a little of what to expect over the next 12 months.
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