LP | 2013 | AU | Reissue (Chapter Music)
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Release:2013 / AU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Previously known for their scratchy, dueling guitars and laconic delivery, Dick Diver throw a few curveballs on 'Calendar Days'. The first sound you hear on the record is the tick of a drum machine, and there are keyboards, saxophones, pedal steel and piano throughout. It's also a much morecollaborative affair than its predecessor. The first album was primarily written by guitarists Ru Edwards and Al McKay, with a contribution each from bassist Al Montfort (Total Control, UVRace, Lower Plenty) and drummer Stephanie Hughes (Boomgates).But the vibe on 'Calendar Days' is engagingly communal. 'Calendar Days' is the sound of a band growing up, and opening up. There's a beguiling, inquisitive eccentricity that runs throughout, combined with a non-flag-wearing but still classic Australian-ness, which makes for something of a modern classic.