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Living legends PVT are a band that are synonymous with adventurous sounds, and with their consistently excellent output, the Sydney trio have cemented themselves as true pioneers in the electronic scene and beyond.
Musical influences play a huge part in shaping an artist’s sound throughout their career.
As soon as I entered Small World Festival with my pals mid-Saturday afternoon I immediately knew it was going to be a great day.
Before Australian electronic trio PVT were announced on the bill for Small World Festival, alongside The Church, DZ Deathrays, Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders and Palms among others, it had been awhile since we had heard from the band.
JACK LADDER AND THE DREAMLANDERS may have began as a solo project, but over time it has grown into an Australian supergroup.
Ever since PVT introduced vocals on their previous album Church With No Magic, a strong emotional presence started to exist in their music.
Confusers of the indie music scene; Brisbane band RE:ENACTMENT have been labelled as dance, punk, electro-pop, indie-rock, electronica… (I could keep going here).
I woke up this morning a little groggily.
It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for….
Only this morning did we wet ourselves with excitement over news that TV On The Radio were added to the Harvest line up and now on the back of internet leaks, Harvest themselves have decided to reveal the official second announcement.
September 1st came and went without the promised second announcement made from Harvest, luckily Brooklyn’s finest TV On The Radio let slip that they will be hitting our shores for the “civilised gathering” this November.
Changing Lanes Festival has announced that it is returning to streets of Sydney on Saturday 17th September with an endless line up of the countries most talented big, medium, and small names in the world of music, art and fashion.