With their debut album ‘Believe Us’ now out and the press hype slowly building around one of Austria’s most-exciting young bands, Substance is Meaningless caught up with At Pavillon ahead of what is going to be the busiest year yet for the bright-shirt wearing four-piece.
At Pavillon’s latest video to ‘Believers’ is a glossy, cinematic piece that adds further drama to the song
Well, this is one weird little video from the sharply-dressed Austrian quartett At Pavillon, as lead singer Mwita Mataro is held captive by three man-children and their sugar daddy. Thankfully, the song that accompanies it is anything but weird as Stop This War focuses on putting an end to pointless bloodshed and quarrels.
At Pavillon are no strangers to these pages, but it seems like an eternity since we labelled them “ones to watch” and it has taken them a while to offer up anything new for us […]
The year is slowly coming to an end, to mark this we decided to get in contact with the people behind some of the labels, bands and event organisers that have been providing us with […]
There is sooo much stuff worth seeing this week again, if you can find the time and the money to fit it all in, then you should check out these gigs.[…]
We got Mwita Mataro, Silvius Sonvilla, Berni MelchArt and Philipp Jungwirth from aspiring young Vienna band At Pavillon to answer our prying questions this time ahead of their support slot with the Eclectic Moniker in WUK on […]
Another wonderful week of autumn fun in Vienna with copious amounts of musical indulgence to be had. Here are our recommendations for the week.[…]
Here is a band you might want to take note of, because you will probably be hearing plenty from them this year: At Pavillon They describe themselves as a being “kind of like a 1985 […]