Broadcast - 'Berberian Sound Studio'

Broadcast - 'Berberian Sound Studio'

A horror movie set in the ’70s is ideal material for Broadcast’s first foray into movie soundtracking. Turns out the Birmingham band’s creepily beautiful style fits the film directed by Peter Strickland like a ghoulish glove. Comprising The...

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New York Irving Plaza

New York Irving Plaza

It's always strange when an opening act outshines the headliners, but that's exactly what's happening here tonight. Broadcast's name isn't even listed on the tickets for this show, but from the moment they take the stage, it's clear who the main...

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Oxford Point

Oxford Point

The gap between ethereal and mundane shouldn't be so slender, but then Broadcast love to defy expectations. A determinedly undanceable band (but signed to Warp), machine-led with an achingly human soul, their synthetic baroque pop is almost...

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Temple Bar Music Centre, Dublin

Temple Bar Music Centre, Dublin

There's something of a dichotomy in aesthetics tonight, but, hell, it works. Meticulous cool and raging discordance, timeless pop and fiery electronics, polo-necks and zipped-up clubwear, the book lovers and the beat boffins. Birmingham 's...

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Nottingham Social

Nottingham Social

Rear-facing vistas. Instruments from out of time. Otherworldly keening. These are hardly the most swaggering of rock vibes. They trail along, these concepts, symbiotically attached to everything Broadcast do, fending off potential followers with...

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The Noise Made By People

The Noise Made By People

In 1997, lo-fi experimentalists Broadcast disappeared into the studio to record their debut album. The urbane atmospherics of their singles compilation 'Work And Non Work' had established them as possibly the only Birmingham band ever to...

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Broadcast  : Echo's Answer

Broadcast : Echo's Answer

Formerly the unilaterally dressed citizens of the people's republic of Broadcast , something of a technical revolution has been worked in the Brummie cadre of the state. Out go the Maoist 5/4 business formerly pushed as a matter of policy by...

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