My Disco is a math rock band from Melbourne, Australia, renowned for their angular, agitated guitar sounds and intricate time signatures.
Their first public performances began in 2003 between long-term collaborators, Rohan S. Rebeiro, Liam J. Andrews, and Ben W. Andrews. Since then the band have performed shows in over seven countries, including the less common touring destination of South-east Asia and a 7 week tour of North America in 2005, not to mention the countless tours across the Australian East-coast.
To date the band has released two releases on its own label Crashing Jets / Numerical Thief, along with a limited edition split 7-inch with Off Minor on the latter's Golden Brown Recordings - who also put out a limited CD release that combined MY DISCO's first two commercial releases. Neil Thomason of the now-defunct Melbourne band Ricaine engineered both releases.
Their debut album Cancer was released in September 2006 in Australia, on Numerical Thief.
The band's name is the name of a Big Black song, that can be found on the 1987 Headache EP.
My Disco - Cancer 
1. Perfect Protection
2. A Marker
3. Calling Cure
4. Measure Wait
6. Patterns Surgical
8. Administer A Prosthetic Dream
My Disco - Collapse Of An Erratic Lung (CDM) 
01. I'm Having The Time Of Your Life
02. Travelling In Circuit