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What Genre Are The Disco Biscuits?
The Disco Biscuits are a jam band that combines rock and electronica. Pundits have labeled their sound “trance fusion.”
Another name for The Disco Biscuits’ style is “livetronica” or “jamtronica.”
Bands related to The Disco Biscuits include Umphrey’s Mcgee, The String Cheese Incident, STS9, and Lotus.
Who Are The Disco Biscuits?
The Disco Biscuits are comprised of guitarist Jon Gutwillig, bassist Marc Brownstein, keyboardist Aron Magner, and drummer Allen Aucoin.
When Did Sammy Leave The Disco Biscuits?
The band was formed in 1995 at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. All of the aforementioned musicians have been with the band since the beginning except for Allen Aucoin.
Aucoin replaced Sam Altman. Sammy left the group in 2005 to go to medical school.
What Are The Disco Biscuits Drug?
“Disco Biscuit” was once a slang for Quaaludes. Nowadays, it’s a slang for ecstasy. The band is not necessarily named after either drug.
In their earlier days, the band played under a different name every night. Then they realized that this wasn’t a recipe for long term success and needed a permanent name.
One night, while they were in a car waiting for a gig to start, a friend asked if the group wanted to find some “Disco Biscuits?” When they heard the term they knew they had their band name.
The band kept the story a secret for about 15 years. They were worried about the ramifications of being named after a drug.