Artists // Disco Doom

Disco Doom is an experimental pop/indie/noise band formed by Gabriele De Mario (lead vocals, guitar) and Anita Rufer (guitar, bass, keys, vocals) in Zurich, Switzerland during the late 90s. Numerals, their most album was recorded in NYC, Seattle, and Zurich throughout 2012 and 2013 with Built to Spill’s Jim Roth. The duo were joined by Built to Spill founding member Scott Plouf on drums and Flo Götte on bass.

In the last few years Disco Doom toured extensively throughout Europe and the United States opening for Built to Spill and headlining shows. They also opened for such notables as Dinosaur Jr., Deerhoof, Butthole Surfers, Lou Barlow, Giant Sand and played shows at ATP Festival London, Filter Magazine's Culture Collide Festival, SXSW, and more. The band’s ingenuity has earned several awards and accolades in their home country.

“Just as suddenly as "Ex-Teenager" arrives, the existential drama turns into a lullaby that dissolves and then evaporates before you even have time to put together what just happened." – Pitchfork

“Long time noise-rockers Disco Doom show that unpredictability doesn’t have to fade with time on this track ... In barely two minutes “Ex Teenager” shifts from a hook-filled rocker to pastoral psychedelia, eventually hitting a full-on noise assault near the end. Yet it all flows organically, you never quite notice all the different moving parts.” - Stereogum