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Boomkat Product Review:
Chicago's Dianogah are a trio comprising two bass guitars and one drummer, boasting an ornate, interlocking sound that's captured here with all due precision and cleanliness by Steve Albini. The album was made in the summer of 1999, now given a most welcome reissue treatment by Southern Records, harkening back to a golden age of post-rock, before the quiet-loud dynamics of Mogwai and Sigur Ros became synonymous with the genre. The most obvious influences on show here would seem to be Tortoise, Slint and Aerial M, informing complex instrumentals like 'At The Mercy Of The Mustang', 'They Have Monkeys Like We Have Squirrels' and 'Emerson', the latter of which (possibly as an ironic nod to Keith Emerson?) breaks through some of the album's geometric austerity with a spot of toy piano riffing.