They may be teenagers, but don’t call them a teen band. Disq founders Isaac deBroux-Slone and Raina Bock have been gigging with music pros more than triple their ages since elementary school, and wowing the faculty during summers spent at the Berklee College of Music.
In 2014 the duo launched Disq, a lo fi power pop band that features knife-sharp songwriting against a backdrop of blazing psychedelic fuzz. They’ve opened for Whitney, Twin Peaks, Hippo Campus, Jam Som, Quilt, and numerous other regional and national acts.
Their first full-length album Disq 1 was released July of 2017. The songs were recorded, variously, on a vintage 4-track in a cottage on the banks of the Mississippi, a rambling tobacco warehouse in rural Viroqua, and the basement of Isaac’s house in downtown Madison, WI. Mixing was done with the help of Smart Studios veteran Doug Olson.
Disq is currently writing and recording tracks for their second album.