Dimi Dero Inc. - Creamation Day In The Court Of Miracles LP. The third album from French quartet Dimi Dero Inc and it's an ugly, cantankerous creature. Dimi Dero Inc are the greatest Australian band since The Drones – except for the fact they’re French! This Paris four-piece draw from a sound cultivated in one part of the southern hemisphere for the last three decades. They’ve got plenty of cred, too: all of the band members have previously collaborated with former and current Nick Cave sidekicks like Mick Harvey, Hugo Race and Warren Ellis, and their Parisian residence includes the famed “Kanga-room” where many Europe-visiting Australian acts have stayed at different times. Already cheekily labelled “the best Australian rock record of recent years”, the cheerfully-titled Cremation Day... certainly sounds pretty damn Aussie for a bunch of Frogs. Leader Dimi Dero sneers, leers and swears like Chris Bailey crossed with Gaz, while the band’s dual guitar attack has Beasts Of Bourbon/Drones/classic-period Scientists written all over it. Produced by Rob Younger of Randio Birdman and you can practically smell stale beer and ciggies eminating from your speakers.