Dick Diver - Melbourne, Florida album flac
Title: Melbourne, Florida
Style: Indie Rock
MP3 album: 1984 mb
FLAC album: 1975 mb
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Dick Diver is an Australian four-piece indie pop band from Melbourne, Victoria (Australia). The band consists of Rupert Edwards (guitar) and Alistair McKay (guitar), Steph Hughes (drums) and Al Montfort (bass). It took its name from the character Dick Diver in the novel Tender Is The Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Album: Melbourne, Florida. Quality: 320Kbps, Lossless. Artist: The National. Album: I Am Easy To Find.
Melbourne's Dick Diver have been one of the few to actually be worthy of such heady praise. Over the course of an EP and two albums, they've gone from a scrappy, brainy quartet to a less scrappy, more grown-up group, balancing brains and emotion like they were born to do it. On their third album, Melbourne, Florida, Dick Diver show more growth, expanding their palette of sound and coming up with their best, richest effort yet. Adding keyboards and horns to the mix is an easy way to say that a band is thinking about important stuff, that it isn't just some little guitar pop band.
No band will ever be able to replace the Go-Betweens or fill the void their demise left, but if Dick Diver keep making albums as deeply satisfying as Melbourne, Florida, the pain will be a little less severe.
Dick Diver MELBOURNE, FLORIDA (Chapter) ★★★½. On 2013's sublime Calendar Days, Dick Diver's four songwriters sounded as one, the Melbourne ground band banding together to assemble a unified lament. There's less togetherness on Melbourne, Florida, even as they handball verses to each other, and holler in four-part harmony. The third DD LP plays like a classic case of an indie outfit pushing themselves, and against expectations: their once-scrappy dolewave jangle now outfitted in '70s singer-songwriter piano, kraut-ish synths, glints of brass, delicate acoustic guitars
Album: Melbourne, Florida, 2015. From new album Melbourne, Florida, out 6 March 2015 on Chapter Music.
Dick Diver sound at peace on Melbourne, Florida, both certain of what they are now and certain that they could be almost anything in the future. Last year, Edwards was afraid that Dick Diver risked a dangerous entrenchment with the connotations the band had accrued, but this album breaks open new possibilities for them. Whether that's welcomed, or they have to pursue new careers in pro-gaming, Melbourne, Florida is an exciting progression to old fans, and a solid entry point for new audiences.
|Waste The Alphabet||2:20|
|Year In Pictures||4:09|
|Beat Me Up (Talk To A Counsellor)||2:19|
|Tearing The Posters Down||3:39|
|View From A Shaky Ladder||1:47|
|CH124LP||Dick Diver||Melbourne, Florida (LP, Album)||Chapter Music||CH124LP||Australia||2015|
|TIM089||Dick Diver||Melbourne, Florida (CD, Album)||Trouble In Mind||TIM089||US||2015|
|CH124||Dick Diver||Melbourne, Florida (CD, Album)||Chapter Music||CH124||Australia||2015|
|TIM 089||Dick Diver||Melbourne, Florida (LP, Album)||Trouble In Mind||TIM 089||US||2015|
|TIM089||Dick Diver||Melbourne, Florida (LP, Album, Ltd, Gol)||Trouble In Mind||TIM089||US||2015|