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Boomkat Product Review:
In a world where the poor old White Stripes don't even have the one bass player, Dianogah are stockpiling them. A trio composed of two bassists and a drummer, this lot are essentially a glorified rhythm section, but they certainly make excellent use of their surplus low-end arsenal, linking up instruments in that ever-popular mathsy fashion on intricate, interwoven pieces like opener 'Oneone' and 'Puma', whist laying down more easily digested, fuzzed-up, heavy rock via the crunchtone riffing of 'Snowpants' and 'Qhnnnl'. Andrew Bird shows up with his violin, helping flesh out the frequency range on four tracks, including the unexpectedly lovely 'Andrew Jackson', supplying some very welcome harmonised passages. As the album continues you'll come to realise that thanks to strategic smatterings of guitar, keyboards and even one or two vocal tracks to break up the complex instrumentals, Dianogah are far from the one-trick post-rock pony they could have been, and by the time you arrive at closing track 'Mongrel', you'll have taken in a pretty unique record - one that comes highly recommended too.