Brooklyn, NY’s Unconscious Disturbance and Heavyblogisheavy.com are pleased to reveal a brand new in-studio video blog series, kicking off today with drum tracking. Check out the first video here and stay tuned for a new video every week! In addition to this debut, AOL’s Noisecreep.com unveiled two more tracks today from the band’s upcoming album, Mind’s Corner. You can listen to the tracks at this location. Noisecreep.com will debut two tracks from Mind’s Corner in listing order each Tuesday until the date of its release, December 4, 2012.
UD’s brand new music video for the single ‘Benign’ can be viewed at the band’s official YouTube page here: http://www.youtube.com/udisturb. The video for ‘Benign” is directed by Sonia Soares, a Brazilian choreographer and performer who runs Viga Espaco Cenico, a theatre in Sao Paulo. The video features breath-taking storytelling by way of dancing via professional ballerina’s Irupé Sarmiento of Argentina and Carina Nagib of Brazil.
Unconscious Disturbance is currently touring the East coast to preview the release of Mind’s Corner. UD also plans to throw a record release party in Brooklyn, NY on December 6th at Trash Bar, as well as host a screening of their independently produced upcoming music video at an event dubbed “Crossing Boundaries”. See directly below for all tour dates:
Unconscious Disturbance Tour Dates:
11/23 – New York, NY @ Bar East (Upper East Side Music Festival & Battle of the Bands)
11/25 – Wilmington, DE @ Mojo 13 W/ The Convalescence, Assayer
11/27 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Smiling Moose (Upstairs) W/ Horizons, What Great Fangs, Voices And Vessels
12/6 – Brooklyn, NY @ Trash Bar – Mind’s Corner CD release show
12/10 – Burlington, VT @ Nectar’s
SCREENING OF “BENIGN” MUSIC VIDEO – EVENT NAME: “CROSSING BOUNDARIES”
12/18 – New York, NY @ Dixon Place
Unconscious Disturbance is rooted in Sao Paulo, Brazil as far back as 1996, when drummer Daniel Freiberg and guitarist Patrick Caracas met and began playing together at the age of eight. This relationship formed into a friendship that would eventually evolve into a strong musical alliance. Years later in 2005, vocalist Frederico Carneiro joined Freiberg and Caracas, and Unconscious Disturbance was born.
The trio recorded their first demo at a local recording studio where sound engineer and bassist Fadel Dabien, upon hearing the music, was instantly captivated and joined the band. Shortly after, they began to hold auditions for a second guitarist. However they soon realized a diamond in the rough—Daniel Freiberg’s younger brother, Kiko Freiberg, who would eventually receive a B.A. in Music at Bard College, was a perfect fit. Unconscious Disturbance was now complete.
In 2007, after recording their first DIY EP, Unconscious Disturbance toured through Canada, where they performed nightly to impressed and captivated crowds, as well as many great fan reviews. After this tour is when Mind’s Corner, their band’s first major studio album, first transitioned from mind to music.
Big-city chaos fused with rhythmic instrumental lines is what generates the crushing and profound sonic experience that is Unconscious Disturbance.
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