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Published: 2013/09/01

The Disco Biscuits Share "Trucker’s Choice" with Big Gigantic

The Disco Biscuits played one of their only 2013 shows at Chicago’s Concord Music Hall last night.
The two-set performance was an after show tied to the Windy City’s North Coast Music Festival (The Biscuits performed at the festival on Friday).

During their encore, the Disco Biscuits invited out Big Gigantic saxophonist Dominic Lalli for a take on the seldom played Biscuits song “Trucker’s Choice.” The Disco Biscuits have only performed the song three times since 2009. Lalli, who was in the area for a North Coast performance with Big G, plays with Disco Biscuits bassist Marc Brownstein and keyboardist Aron Magner in the livetronica super group Gigantic Underground Conspiracy.

*Here’s a look at last night’s setlist as it appears in our Box Scores section*

Saturday, August 31, Concord Music Hall Chicago, IL

Set I: We Like to Party > Rock Candy* > And the Ladies Were the Rest of the Night^ > Shem-Rah Boo*
> Gangster > Run Like Hell > Radiator

Set II: On Time, Morph Dusseldorf, Jam > M.E.M.P.H.I.S.^^ > Basis for a Day > The Great Abyss > Basis for a Day > Spacebirdmatingcall > Basis for a Day

E: Trucker’s Choice%

*Unfinished
^Inverted Fakeout
^^Fakeout
%With Dominic Lalli of Big Gigantic

Comments

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sneed September 2, 2013, 21:02:22

Come on Jam this is pathetic to read. Really ridiculousNot only is this really not news because its the fifth time its happened this year but They busted out radiator for the first time in 10 years on the 10th anniversary it was last played. That just seems like something thats really worthy of being mentioned in article. But you guys report on every time Trey scratches h is nuts or Meatstick has the Japanese lyrics. It just seems like you’re going to report something on a show that you should have all the information. Just saying

ez buddy September 3, 2013, 00:30:43

Jambands is giving tdb as much as they can. They are an awful band that doesn’t tour anymore where Barber has no respect for Brownie as he told me “he is just my bass player.” The fact you are making a big deal out of that radiator shows you are a pretty simple fan which I get. The thing is if you know the band they quit caring sometime between Santa Cruz and Boulder and when Brownie started asking everyone he thinks has money to give him money so camp bisco would still go on when they had snoop. If you missed it they just are playing 00 setlists, but the drugas have taken their toll.

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