Over time, the Sydney and London-based trio PVT’s music has ranged from experimental post-rock to dark electro-pop. Brothers Laurence Pike (drums, percussion) and Richard Pike (electric guitar, production) shaped the group in 1999, with various other members arriving and heading until notebook musician Dave Miller became a member of in 2005. Primarily referred to as Pivot, the Pikes spent many years crafting the group’s debut record, aswell as collaborating with works such as for example Triosk, Prefuse 73, Savath & Savalas and Roam the Hello Clouds, which also highlighted Miller. Produce Me Like You premiered in 2005 and gained an Australian Record of the entire year nomination at that year’s J Honours. Because of their second record, O Soundtrack My Center, Miller as well as the Pikes caused Tortoise’s John McEntire at his Soma Electronic Music Studios in Chicago; Warp released the record, aswell as the EP In the Bloodstream, in 2008. After an American group also called Pivot submitted a legal state, the band transformed its name to PVT this year 2010, which year’s Church without Magic was their first record under their brand-new moniker. 2 yrs later, the music group toured Australia with Gotye and agreed upon to Felte, who released Homosapien — PVT’s most pop-oriented record to time — in 2013. On 2017’s New Nature, the trio explored politics and ethnic intolerance in Australia.