PVLMS Releases New EP to Listen to ‘All The Time’


PVLMS takes a fantastic voyage of their own with the release of their newest EP, All The Time, which is out now on Justin Jay’s label.

Since their start back in 2013, PVLMS has curated sounds that do not conform to a single genre. The music that Lexi Sacco and Frank Stevens create in the studio derives from emotion and experiences, allowing each release including the to convey its own unique message. Now, the Los Angeles-based duo has landed their latest release on Justin Jay‘s ever-growing label Fantastic Voyage, and it’s one that you’ll want to listen to all the time.

The title track, “All The Time” eases you into the EP with subtle whispers and mystical surrounding melodies, and represents how the pair coped with everyday life during a difficult year. “Coastal Service” arrives next to pick up the pace with a refreshing beat and optimistic synths. Then, “How They Move” carries listeners directly to the dancefloor with its endless layers of energetic yet calming grooves. To close out the EP, PVLMS then offers up “After Rain” which brings a bright and rejuvenating sunrise vibe along with it.

Diving into the meaning behind the EP, PVLMS stated, “We’ve moved 7 times in the past year and a half. This EP manifested itself based on both our ambitions and unforeseen setbacks. We all know that 2020 was a strange year. We hope this release leaves you feeling more clarity looking ahead to the future.”

All The Time EP clearly highlights the well of talent PVLMS possesses, taking you on a journey of emotion while remaining consistent in their sound. Stream All The Time EP on Spotify, grab a copy on Bandcamp, and let us know what you think in the comments below!

Stream PVLMS – All The Time EP on Spotify:

PVLMS – All The Time EP – Tracklist:

  1. All The Time
  2. Coastal Service
  3. How They Move
  4. After Rain
PVLMS All The Time EP

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Alexis discovered electronic music in high school but really fell in love with the culture once she started attending festivals. Now with over 20 festivals under her belt, she has grown to love a range of genres. She especially enjoys the underground techno and house scene Los Angeles has to offer. As a photographer, Alexis is constantly inspired by the vibrant people she meets and aims to capture the magic she experiences.

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