With only a few weeks left till Camp Bisco V, we spoke with The Disco Biscuits’ Jon Gutwillig and Marc Brownstein while practicing in their Philadelphia studio. With newcomers The Roots, Thievery Corporation, RJD2 onboard and old friends The New Deal and Benevento Russo Duo coming to camp, this year’s event should not be missed.
The perfect fit for a feel-good return of one of the most impressive bands of the last decade
From the dark and dirty to the mellow and mild, the band portrayed a multidimensional, multifaceted collective that can take their sound in whichever direction they feel.
Arising from the overcrowded jumble of Philly bands, this quartet has quickly ascended into a league few can claim as home. Think along the lines of a young Cure, Radiohead, Depeche Mode or Tortoise.
Although choppy at times, Best Reason to Buy the Sun is a solid and mind-expanding piece of post-modern art. The funky yet heavy, groovy but hectic delivery shines bright, and with it, a certain appeal that will move feet, bob heads and entertain ears.
Chicago has long been recognized as fertile grounds for hard work and liberal, free thinking. From Wicker Park
Some bands defy categories. For the rare few, there is no single applicable label; no simple black or white, but instead an undefined gray area that encompasses a taste of black, a smidgen of white and a whole lot of color in-between.