Disco Biscuits Continue NYE Run

Disco Biscuits play the second of their five show run leading up to a show on New Year's Eve at The Theater at Madison Square Garden

20 photos
1/20
Michel Dussack
Disco Biscuits play the second show of their five show run leading up to a show on New Year's Eve at The Theater at Madison Square Garden. Photos by Michel Dussack
2/20
Michel Dussack
Opening DJ OTT set the mood as the crowd shuffled in from the cold. Photos by Michel Dussack
3/20
Michel Dussack
His set lasted just under an hour and consisted solely of his laptop and effects knobs. Photos by Michel Dussack
4/20
Michel Dussack
While DJ openers often do not get respect from crowds, it seemed the perfect way to warm up for Disco Biscuits. Photos by Michel Dussack
5/20
Michel Dussack
OTT also had a light show that put most headlining bands to shame, helping to immerse to crowd. Photos by Michel Dussack
6/20
Michel Dussack
At the end of his set, he bowed and thanked the crowd without a microphone, and the crowd cheered loudly for him. Photos by Michel Dussack
7/20
Michel Dussack
Disco Biscuits took the stage just after 9:30 and their two sets lasted well past midnight. Photos by Michel Dussack
8/20
Michel Dussack
Drummer Allen Aucoin pounds away during the band's first set. Photos by Michel Dussack
9/20
Michel Dussack
Aron Magner, keyboardist for The Disco Biscuits. Photos by Michel Dussack
10/20
Michel Dussack
Guitarist Jon "The Barber" Gutwillig shares songwriting duties for the band. Photos by Michel Dussack
11/20
Michel Dussack
Bassist and the other songwriter for the band, Marc Brownstein. Photos by Michel Dussack
12/20
Michel Dussack
Disco Biscuits combine electronic music with various elements of jam rock, creating a unique sound all their own. Photos by Michel Dussack
13/20
Michel Dussack
Every year, the Philadelphia based band plays four shows at Best Buy Theater and a massive New Years show at The Theater at Madison Square Garden
14/20
Michel Dussack
The shows on the 28th and 29th are late shows, with the band not taking the stage until 11pm and playing well into the morning hours. Photos by Michel Dussack
15/20
Michel Dussack
Fans bathed in the array of lights that Disco Biscuits bring to their live shows. Photos by Michel Dussack
16/20
Michel Dussack
While the light show that the band brings puts most arena bands to shame, most of the light isn't actually pointed at the band members. Photos by Michel Dussack
17/20
Michel Dussack
Instead, the lights (and lasers) serve as a visual companion to the music, matching it perfectly. Photos by Michel Dussack
18/20
Michel Dussack
The band's notoriously long jam sessions also make it increasingly hard for the average fan to track exactly what songs are played at a show. Photos by Michel Dussack
19/20
Michel Dussack
Three of four members of the band hidden in shadows despite the massive amount of lights on stage. Photos by Michel Dussack
20/20
Michel Dussack
When the show was over, the crowd shuffled out extremely content, but ready for three more nights with the band. Photos by Michel Dussack
Contact Us