Engineered and produced by US uber-producer Casey Rice (Tortoise, Sea & Cake, Ben Lee and countless others), Pikelet’s debut self-titled album is a gorgeous, multi-tiered work of swirling and shifting melody, layered harmonies and charming story-telling, almost entirely performed by Evelyn herself. A uniquely assured and distinctive debut.
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By Pikelet Released August 2013
Melbourne exploratory synth-pop four-piece Pikelet return with third album Calluses, the follow-up to 2010’s Australian Music Prize-shortlisted Stem.
Recorded with John Lee (Lost Animal, Mountains In the Sky), Calluses is a darker, denser beast than its predecessors. The celebrated Stem can now be seen as a transitional record, bridging the gap between the loop-driven solo project [...]
The awesome new video for Toby Light, the opening track from Pikelet’s second album Stem is now here for general viewing purposes.
You can also read an interview with director Matt Richards on the Vine
Pikelet’s national tour begins this Saturday. Dates are:
SAT 7 MAY – FBI SOCIAL – KINGS CROSS HOTEL, SYDNEY
supported by Holy Balm and [...]
(photo by Lauren Bamford)
In a ceremony held last week at the Sydney Opera House, Melbourne psych pop wonders Pikelet were shortlisted for the Australian Music Prize for their second album Stem (Love+Mercy/Chapter Music, through Shock Distribution).
Recorded in Melbourne with Chicago-expat producer Casey Rice (Tortoise, Liz Phair, Ben Lee), Stem was hugely acclaimed [...]
RICHARD IN YOUR MIND + PIKELET NATIONAL CO-HEADLINE TOUR
They’ve both put out second albums this year, both won heady praise and adulation around the nation for their musical brilliance, and now Melbourne’s Pikelet and Sydney’s Richard In Your Mind join forces for a national co-headline tour of earthshaking incredible-ness.
The wildly eclectic, patently amazing and [...]
Pikelet is Evelyn Morris, a musical wunderkind raised in the outer suburbs of Melbourne who first ventured onto local stages as a hardcore-obsessed drummer, serving on sticks in such heavy-hitting Melbourne institutions as Baseball and True Radical Miracle. But a few years ago, something tickled Evelyn’s brain in a funny way and she felt compelled [...]