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Disen Gage


Eclectic Prog

3.16 | 16 ratings

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4 stars This album contains very progressive music, But it is not progressive rock at all! You will not be able to find some similarities between "classic" DISEN GAGE albums (2004 - 2016) and "Nature". There are no bass and drums here. Sound is based on "sonances" and noises generated by surrounding environment - together with guitars, of course (both current participants of DISEN GAGE are guitarists). The 1st track is based on "tones" and noises generated by Planets, 2nd track - by Trains, and 3rd one - by Animals.

If you want to feel and understand music of "Nature" you should forget about stereotypes and try to listen attentively and carefully to these sounds. And you will appreciate and perceive space, atmosphere, hidden dynamics and inner beauty of this music.

"Nature" is not the best DISEN GAGE album - ".. The Reverse May Be True" is the almost unapproachable highlight - and endlessly very far from from "typical" DISEN GAGE "musical approach" (as I already mentioned). But it can beautify both your prog rock collection and your life!

Nevertheless, if you cannot imagine DISEN GAGE music without "rockish" rhythm-section. strange time measures, complex interactions between "guitar lines" and detailed compositional structures, pethaps, you should skip "Nature". But I recommend to go beyond prog rock stereotypes!

felonafan | 4/5 |


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