In 2011, a newly formed DIIV (known, at the time, as 'DIVE') created instant vibrations in the blog-world with their impressionistic debut single 'Sometime'; finding its way onto the esteemed pages of Pitchfork a
mere matter of weeks after the group's formation. They quickly followed
it up with the equally great 'Human' and 'Geist', with the latter featuring
a b-side cover of Kurt Cobain's "Bambi Slaughter."
These very first offerings from DIIV chemically fused the reminiscent
with the half-remembered, building a musical world out of old-air and
new breeze. These are songs that remind us of love in all it's earthly
perfections and perversions, and work that ultimately put DIIV on the
map, leading the way for the band to become a central influence on the
sound and aesthetic of the 2010s Brooklyn indie music scene.
Now, to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of their seminal debut
, all three 7"s will be repressed for the very first time since
their original release.