Thirteen years after playing their first note together in Philadelphia, PA, The Disco Biscuits continue to make mind bending, genre defying music. With their fifth studio album on the way, the band's first since 2002, the Biscuits once again look to redefine what it means to be a live band living in a studio setting. The product of three years in the hole with Philadelphia hip-hop duo Don Cheegro and Dirty Harry, along with some close guidance from the UK electronic duo of Simon Posford and Benji Vaughan (Twisted Records UK), will once again satisfy fans of the band in a way they have never heard before - a quality many have come to find synonymous with the band's releases and performances through the years.
The hosts of Camp Bisco, one of the country's largest and longest running electronic music festivals, the Biscuits have continued to bring a myriad of talent to the scene in recent years, including: Snoop Dogg, Thievery Corporation, Nas, Damien Marley, James Murphy (DFA Records, LCD Soundsystem), DJ Shadow, MSTRKRFT, The Roots, Infected Mushroom, STS9 (Sound Tribe Sector Nine), Shpongle, Younger Brother, Alex Paterson (The Orb), and many, many more. Camp Bisco, which has found a home at upstate New York's Indian Lookout Country Club, attracted nearly 10,000 concert-goers a night for three nights in July 2009.