Public Service Broadcasting to launch remix album with silent disco

Public Service Broadcasting
Public Service Broadcasting

Public Service Broadcasting will launch their Race For Space remix album at London’s Science Museum on June 17.

The Race For Space/Remixes features reworked versions of songs from PSB’s 2015 album The Race For Space and is released on vinyl, CD and digital formats on June 17

On the same day, J Willgoose Esq and Wrigglesworth take over the Space Gallery at London’s Science Museum for a special silent disco launch party.

They’ll be joined by Manchester indie band Dutch Uncles who contributed a remix of E.V.A for the release. Tickets are on sale now.

During the day, J Willgoose Esq will be one of a number of speakers participating at the TEDxLondon event at the Science Museum.

He says: “Even back when I was still writing this album, I was imagining the kind of remixes we could get and the artists who we’d ask.

“I couldn’t be happier with how it’s turned out. I think this is a really interesting and fresh – and in some cases mildly bonkers, a good thing in my book – reinterpretation of our songs and I’m looking forward to sharing it with our fans.”

PSB have a number of tour dates lined up for this year.

Public Service Broadcasting The Race For Space / Remixes tracklist

  1. E.V.A (Vessels) 2. Tomorrow (Copy Paste Soul)
  2. Go! (Kauf)
  3. The Other Side (Maps)
  4. Korolev (Field Music)
  5. Sputnik (Petar Dundov)
  6. Valentina ft. Smoke Fairies (Boxed In)
  7. E.V.A (Dutch Uncles)
  8. Gagarin (Psychemagik)
  9. Korolev (Robert Babicz)
  10. Go! (Errors)
  11. Sputnik (Blond:ish)

Public Service Broadcasting remaining tour dates 2016

May 28: Swansea Liberty Stadium, UK (w/ Manic Street Preachers + Super Furry Animals)
May 29: Scarborough Fair, UK
Jun 17: London Science Museum, UK (remix album launch party)
Jun 18: Madrid Mad Cool Festival, Spain
Jun 08: Trencin Pahoda Festival, Slovakia
Jun 22: Cheshire Blue Dot Festival, UK
Aug 26:Dumfries & Galloway Electric Fields, UK

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