.​.​.​the reverse may be true (2008)

by Disen Gage

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"...Russian prog quartet Disen Gage is now back with their third strike 'The Reverse May Be True', locating themselves this time between the structural constraints of their first CD and the improvisational freedom of their second CD, and veer off orthogonally into multiple different dimensions. The band is listing classical composers (Debussy, Ravel), progressive musicians (John Wetton), comical sci fi authors (Douglas Adams) and film directors (Georgi Daneliya) among their influences, which should give their prospective audience a relative idea of what to expect. If that doesn`t help, the wildly surreal cover artwork (great digipak design!) and the insane song titles should underline that Disen Gage rarely try to woo their listener with common sounds. The short opener 'What`s Up On Planet Plyuk?', a clear reference to the Soviet era science fiction cult movie 'Kin-dza-dza!', retains a clear soundtrack kind of atmosphere and would equally have fit for the dark works of Caro and Jeunet. This is followed by the longer 'Landing', displaying the quartet`s progressive side, combining elements of Frippish guitar antics with Zappaesque anarchic wit. Expect fusion jazz elements, Eastern European folk patterns and occasional quasi-vocals that fuel the gonzo atmosphere, and you have the main ingredients of Disen Gage`s sonic universe..."
By Pascal Thiel of DisAgreement (Luxembourg) (February 2009)
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released December 31, 2008

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Disen Gage город Москва, Russian Federation

DISEN GAGE branched out in 1999 when guitarist Konstantin Mochalov, guitarist Yuri Alaverdyan, and bassist Nikolai Syrtsev were studying at Moscow Engineering Physics Institute. Joined by Eugeny Kudryashov on drums, the quartet started playing out in their native college-club and became known with a surprising quickness...

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