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Disen Gage

Disen Gage
Country
Russia
Profile
Disen Gage is a Moscow band formed in 1999 by Yuri Alaverdyan (guitar), Konstantin Mochalov (guitar), Nikolay Syrtsev (bass), and Eugeniy Kudryashov (drums). In 2005 Sergey Bagin replaced Alaverdyan. By 2016, the band had started turning away from their rock roots, incorporating more electronic and experimental sounds, and membership has become more flexible.
Website
http://disengage.bandcamp.com
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Releases on file (8)
Disen Gage — The Big Adventure Disen Gage — The Big Adventure
(Addicted Label BNiL 733, 2019, DL)
Disen Gage — Nature Disen Gage — Nature
(Addicted Label BNiL 725, 2018, CD / DL)
Disen Gage — Hybrid State Disen Gage — Hybrid State
(Addicted Label BNiL 720, 2017, DL)
Disen Gage — Equilibrium Trip Disen Gage — Equilibrium Trip
(Addicted Label BNiL 708, 2016, CD / DL)
Disen Gage — Snapshots Disen Gage — Snapshots
(Bandcamp Art Beat AB-CD-12-2016-112, 2016, CD / DL)
Disen Gage — ...The Reverse May Be True Disen Gage — ...The Reverse May Be True
(RAIG R036, 2008, CD)
Disen Gage — Libertâge Disen Gage — Libertâge
(RAIG R017, 2006, CD)
Disen Gage — The Screw-Loose Entertainment Disen Gage — The Screw-Loose Entertainment
(RAIG R004, 2004, CD)

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