Everything has its ''Time''. Even the most pequliar things, and the extraordinary changes may happen to you...when their ''Time has come'' that is...!
If someone told me two years ago i'd be listening to
a german guy singing about his shoes and about smelling ponnies in true
american redneck accent, while playing hillbilly country on a banjo i'd
most certainly shut his yaphole with a good old fashioned uppercut. But
''Time'' she is a harsh mistress and always gets what she wants in the
Digger is no stranger to the punk/crust underground. At
least for those of you who remember one certain band called Jeniger, and
their athenian live gigs in Villa Amalias at 2000 and 2001 respectfully
(αν έχει συμπληρώσει την diy δικογραφία σωστά ο punk εισαγγελέας
Στάθης!). ''Time'' then demanded more
violent musical outbrakes from this young deutchlander...
is the symptom of the lightheaded, so there is no need to repeat that
''Time'' takes things in her own matters, and changes you according to
her will. Apparently for Digger, this meant mellowing his tunes out, but
the punk stays in him. Don't expect pityfull lovesongs on this LP, but
catastrophological lullabies about preachers preaching the end of the
world, sweet songs about sweet murderers, and tails of the suffocating
desert and its snakes against an armed with a golden gun woman.
Digger has his light side too with gentle songs about his missing pony,
about those special brown boots that take you places...Digger is also
the pat in the back, and the good voice telling you to take care.
is an all-weather LP...whether you're at some distant beach, letting
the cool summer-night breeze flow around you, or whether you are gazing
through the window holding a
warm cup of coffee after sleeping at a friendly house (cause the heavy
rain never let you leave). This record speaks to the heart in awkward
and warm ways!
Digger has previously released the ''Trailer
Tapes'' on tape (duh!), and two 7'' ''Digger and Allie'', as well as the
''My name is Digger''.
Accompanying Digger visually is the very good graphic designer Pencil Quincy.
covered in engine oil, kicking the kickstarter, and trying to bring to
life Kimon's '93 Honda XR650L...may the motorgod not rest it's soul
Time has come (yep. download)