PVD means Pat Truck Dyke, a manufacturer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist whose primary device, the drums, underscores his rhythmic strategy. The Jersey Town native’s original functions mix jazz, funk, and beats into quasi-electronica instrumentals with a solid retro taste that incorporate classic tips and acoustic equipment like horns and woodwinds. His 2005 PVD debut LP, Down for the Obtain Down, highlighted instrumentals using a more powerful soul-jazz taste. He continued to collaborate with DJ John Robinson, as well as the duo released the long-player Completely Reside in 2009. Still executing as PVD, he teamed with rapper 8thW1 for the Lux DeVille EP this year 2010, the same calendar year he released an record of “primary, royalty-free breakbeats” entitled PVD Breaks, Vol. 1. Featuring trumpet by Full Polatchek and woodwinds by Bryan Beninghove, the PVD LP APPEARS LIKE This! made an appearance in early 2011. A calendar year afterwards, the drummer-composer released PVD Breaks, Vol. 2. A full-length edition of Lux DeVille found its way to 2013 along with Lux DeVille: The Instrumentals, and afterwards that calendar year, he released Technicolor Hi-Fi as Pat Truck Dyke. Truck Dyke reunited with Robinson for 2014’s Contemporary Classic Instrumentals and implemented it using the Lux DeVille Live on the Loft EP. Carrying on to use under his name, he released Directly on Amount of time in the springtime of 2015 and Technicolor Hi-Fi Remixes that summer months. In Sept 2016, Philadelphia’s Record Breakin’ Music released his Allow Horns Blow EP, four paths of lustrous funk and beats. Among albums, Vehicle Dyke continued release a a steady blast of one-off singles, addresses, and remixes, including his Sept 2016 treatment of “Paper Proclamation” by Suff Daddy offering Mayer Hawthorne.