Pro-Shot Full Show Video: The Disco Biscuits Debut Prince Cover & Offer Up Bust-Out At Camp Bisco


The 2017 installment of Camp Bisco hit day two yesterday at Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania, with host band The Disco Biscuits returning to the stage for their second headlining slot of the three-day festival. The jamtronica pioneers offered up two jam-filled sets with professionally-shot video can be viewed below.

The four-piece Philadelphia-based band opened their second headlining second with the old-school favorite “Little Lai.” From their the untz-rockers seamlessly strung together the rest of their set beginning with an unfinished take on “Rockafella,” that flowed into “Munchkin Invasion.” “Orch Theme” and “Voices Insane,” which were both also unfinished followed with an inverted take on “And The Ladies Were The Rest Of The Night,” and a return to “Munchkin Invasion” to close things out.

Guitarist Jon “Barber” Gutwillig, bassist Marc “Brownie” Brownstein, keyboardist Aron Magner and drummer Allen Aucoin kicked off set two with “Solstice,” dusting off the tune for the first time since May of 2007. A “Spacebirdmatingcall> Gangster> Spacebirdmatingcall,” sandwich followed. Another old-school favorite “M.E.M.P.H.I.S.” was up next, which segued into the Biscuits debut of Prince’s “Controversy.” The band offered up an instrumental version of the title track from the Purple One’s fourth studio album. The Disco Biscuits finished off their third set of the festival with the combo of “Bombs”> “Svenghali.”

Watch pro-shot video of both sets from last night’s show from Camp Bisco, and check out the full setlist below:


[Set I]

[Set II]

Setlist (via Phantasy Tour)

07/14/2017 • Camp Bisco 2017 • Montage Mountain Performing Arts Center • Scranton, PA

Set 1: Little Lai, Rockafella*> Munchkin Invasion> Orch Theme*> Voices Insane*> And The Ladies Were The Rest Of The Night**> Munchkin Invasion

Set 2: Solstice***> Spacebirdmatingcall> Gangster> Spacebirdmatingcall, M.E.M.P.H.I.S.> Controversy****> Bombs> Svenghali*****

* unfinished, ** inverted version, *** last played 05/20/2007 (492 shows), **** first time played (Prince cover); instrumental version, ***** ending only

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