A rare chance to see the band up close and personal.
“What better themes to talk about than what it means to be Australian and who we are as a people? At the moment it would almost be irresponsible of us, as artists, to talk about anything else.”
All of the things.
They’ve launched their ‘Win A Headliner’ competition for a good cause.
The 2016 Sydney Festival program has been released into the wild, boasting a healthy serving of music from acts like The Flaming Lips, Dirty Three and Joanna Newsom. Psych-rock icons The Flaming Lips are headlining Sydney Festival’s free and all-ages 2016 launch party as part of Summer Sounds in The Domain, in a show which
Melbourne Music Week (MMW) has revealed its full program for 2015, adding the likes of Aussie rockers DZ Deathrays, the ever-experimental PVT, New Zealand singer-songwriter Liam Finn and local producer Banoffee to its lineup. MMW’s flagship venue, the former Royal Women’s Hospital, is set to host shows from newly-announced acts like Public Opinion Six, Dr.
Sydney’s Small World Festival has announced an impressive homegrown lineup for 2015, featuring the likes of Aussie rock royalty The Church, face-melting duo DZ Deathrays, sonic innovators PVT and Sydney supergroup Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders. Also named on this year’s Small World lineup are Sydney boys Palms, indie-folk four piece All Our Exes Live
The organisers of The 9th Coopers AMP have added seven more albums to the 2014 longlist, including releases by The Delta Riggs and Kirin J.Callinan. Meanwhile, PPCA have been announced to return as the award’s principal partner. The Phonographic Performance Company of Australia Limited was established in 1969, a national, non-government, not-for-profit organisation, who represent
The festival gods smiled upon Splendour In The Grass for a third consecutive day, delivering blue skies and warm weather for a pleasant morning. The opening group of bands delivered the tightest choice thus far – a toss up between PVT, The Growl and The Jungle Giants. Seasoned local experimental trio PVT felt like the
Sydney experimental rockers PVT have dropped the clip for their latest single Homosapien, the title track from their fourth studio album. It’s a world-class display of instrument switching, all shot in high-contrast grayscale. Homosapien is the last in PVT’s trilogy of videos made with director Clemens Habicht, following the live experience clip for Window and
PVT have just announced that the Sydney band will be headed out on tour behind their soon-to-be-released fourth studio album, Homosapien, due on Friday, February 8. The trio’s upcoming tour will be PVT’s first Australian headlining shows in two years. PVT is made up of brothers Laurence and Richard Pike, who, along with multi-instrumentalist Dave
It’s always exciting to witness a group that resides on the fringes of the sonic landscape growing stronger and stronger as a band, and no longer solely as a semi-experiment. For all their electro-rock experimentalism, Sydney via London trio PVT feel reasonably comfortable with Homosapien – their fourth release, and second under their now-acronymic band
Set for release first thing 2013, PVT can hardly contain their excitement as they prepare to unleash their fourth studio album Homosapien all throughout the planet. Having spent the time around their previous release, Church With no Magic, blazing trails throughout the rarely explored bat country of electronic rock, The Aussie born and bread trio
Sydney experimental-electronic-rock trio PVT (formerly Pivot) have released a new track titled Nightfall, taken from Homosapien, which is their upcoming fourth album and follow-up to 2010’s Church With No Magic. No firm date has been set for the new album yet, but it appears that it will be released next year through the band’s own
Sydney experimental-electronic-rock trio PVT (formerly Pivot) have released a new track titled Shiver ahead of their upcoming fourth album, and follow-up to 2010’s Church With No Magic. No release date or title has been revealed for the new album yet, but it appears that it will be released through the band’s own Felte label. Having
A brash wave of juicy synthesizers and heavily distorted vocals grew in sound and texture as I was drawn into the Opera Theatre lair at the early start time of 8:30pm for PVT’s no supports, no holds barred show on opening night of Vivid Live.
PVT will be playing a one-and-only show at the Phoenix Public House on May 24. This will be their only Melbourne gig, to go along with their appearance on the Vivid LIVE lineup in Sydney. For this show they promise to showcase a great deal of their new material live for the very first time.
With the former having recently released his debut solo EP, entitled Orfeo, and the latter having just put the finishing touches on a yet-to-be released collaborative album with legendary Australian pianist Mike Nock, James Domeyko and Laurenz Pike will be playing solo shows together this Wednesday August 31st at Low Bar, as well as presenting
Photo by Mclean Stephenson Releasing their sophomore album Church With No Magic last year, Syndey’s own PVT are without a doubt one of the most dynamic and interesting bands on the scene today. Having returned to Australia only a few months ago for a run of festival dates including Peats Ridge and the upcoming Laneway
Photo by Kurt Davies Opening proceedings PVT‘s Laurence Pike, billed as Lurenz PVT on the run sheet posters in the venue, proved that he is some kind of android drumming freak. Starting with minimal tom and snare work using mallets, the solo built and shifted through varying different grooves, Laurence switching from mallets to sticks