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Brooklyn indie rockers DIIV -- FKA Dive -- have been picking up momentum in the last year or so, thanks to the strength of dark, soaring rockers like "How Long Have You Known" and "Doused" as well as…   Read Story »
So, Brooklyn indie rockers Dive changed their name to DIIV ("The word was an element of what inspired the project in its genesis, but we've outgrown the name and its associations," Cole Smith told…   Read Story »
Cole Smith's Beach Fossils offshoot Dive has emerged as its own tour de force over the past 6 months, launching a ton of solid singles like "Human," "Corvalis" and "Geist" as the group leads up to…   Read Story »
This was an incredible month for free hip hop MP3s, and it was an incredible month for songs by Lemonade because "Neptune" is one of this year's finest. And so the paramaters I gave myself with this…   Read Story »
Brooklyn indie rock upstarts Dive earned their placement on the The 25 Bands We're Most Excited To See At SXSW 2012 thanks to their deliberate, hi-quality trickle of 7'' releases like "Corvalis" and…   Read Story »
Hey, everybody, it's that time again! South By Southwest 2012. Are you ready? How's your hashtag game? Can you feel the early-onset FOMO? As the Austin institution grows larger and larger, with more…   Read Story »
Beach Fossils spinoff Dive put out a new track yesterday called "Human," which will be released as a single later this month. Stream the track after the jump. The "Human" 7'' is out…   Read Story »
The nascent Brooklyn-based brainchild of Beach Fossils guitarist Z. Cole Smith, Dive's lead (and only) single, "Sometime," is a chilly, chiming, highly promising cut of delayed guitars, gauzy vocals,…   Read Story »
It's the return of Remixtape, the feature where I listen to a tremendous amount of shitty blog-bait "X Remixes Y" tracks and weed out those worth your weed-out. (Right?) Volume 6 opens with this…   Read Story »
Save a bit of humidity, it is an undeniably autumnal day in NYC. It's gray, it is wet, and it feels positively gauche to jam to anything that would feel right at a beach. So to help to fill the void…   Read Story »