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Orchard Lounge won’t be able to perform at City Bisco in Philadelphia tonight, so the Disco Biscuits will play three sets at The Mann.
Yet another impressive Red Rocks triple bill has been announced.
When Conspirator’s Marc Brownstein came calling, Orchard Lounge accepted the charges.
Big Gigantic, Papadosio, Cherub, and Orchard Lounge have all just been added to the Mayan Holidaze lineup.
About Orchard Lounge
Downtempo, space disco, house, tech, b-boy era electro, hip hop, soul, and funk if you can move, Orchard Lounge will back you up. Formed in Chicago in 2000, OL is the collective of Spencer Lokken and Bethany Lokken. This versatile trio duo enlightened dance floors nationwide with their eclectic mixes, from sunset chill-out to bass-dropping tech house, and an array of other futuristic sounds.
Theirs is a democratic mission: to expose as many people as possible to the artists they admire and respect. What sets Orchard Lounge apart from other club DJs is, well, you wont always find them in the club. In recent years theyve built a reputation as a hard-touring festival act and set-break crowd favorite, frequently supporting The Disco Biscuits, Sound Tribe Sector 9, The New Deal and Future Rock.
Despite their affinity for live music, OL’s focus hasn’t shifted since the group’s inception almost a decade ago: to provide sophisticated and stylish DJ sets that are appropriate in a variety of settings, from the dancefloor to the couch.
Watch The Avett Brothers perform “High Steppin'” and “Trouble Letting Go” on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live.’
Full Show Friday presents the late great Queen Of Soul Aretha Franklin performing live during her legendary run at the Fillmore West in 1971.
The Band guitarist Robbie Robertson unveiled “Let Love Reign,” the latest single from his forthcoming ‘Sinematic’ studio album.
Anders Osborne performed originals and a Dr. John cover on the latest installment of ‘eTown’ and also contributed to the episode’s grand finale of “The Last Time” featuring the house band, Chatham County Line and the McIntosh County Shouters.
The Wood Brothers compiled highlights from their 2019 run at The Fillmore in San Francisco including lead single “Keep Me Around” for the forthcoming ‘Live At The Fillmore’ set.