You walk into a friend’s house, you like the music they are playing. It sounds so clear and direct and honest. Humble ingredients, but delicious; (treeless) plain but poetic. You go to another friend’s house, it’s on there too. The household love it, like wine or beer. Someone on the radio plays a song and gives a rave, it sounds great as you drive around. Makes you happy, introspective, nostalgic. Present, but timeless.
Dick Diver’s album Calendar Days is an important, landmark Australian release. It came out a week after they played Golden Plains. Double dipping.