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NYE 2012: The Disco Biscuits Melt The Midwest

NYE 2012: The Disco Biscuits Melt The Midwest

The Disco Biscuits’ 2012 NYE run kicked off in usual fashion on December 26, 2011 at New York City’s Best Buy Theater. However, the guys took the actual New Year’s Eve party (and lasers) – for the first time ever – outside of the Northeast. To the beautiful Auditorium Theatre in Chicago the band went, and what a party it was. Pink Floyd’s “Run Like Hell” opened the show, and “Spacebirdmatingcall” spiked energy levels for a fun “Little Betty Boop” to end the first set.

The Disco Biscuits’ 2012 NYE run kicked off in usual fashion on December 26, 2011 at New York City’s Best Buy Theater. However, the guys took the actual New Year’s Eve party (and lasers) – for the first time ever – outside of the Northeast. To the beautiful Auditorium Theatre in Chicago the band went, and what a party it was. Pink Floyd’s “Run Like Hell” opened the show, and “Spacebirdmatingcall” spiked energy levels for a fun “Little Betty Boop” to end the first set.

Ringing in the new year with the consistently popular countdown choice, “Helicopters,” fans danced their way into a monstrous “Little Shimmy In A Conga Line” > “Vassillios” > “Voices Insane” > “Little Shimmy In A Conga Line” to end the second set’s dance party. “My Lady Survives” made its second appearance over the run (only the second since 1998) in the third set. Closing out the show with three stand-alones and no encore, the band and fans alike seemed more than pleased with what went down in that majestic room, clocking into the wee hours of 2012. “Here Comes the Sun,” indeed – or at least that’s what was appropriately playing over the PA as the band welcomed friends on stage, and fans dispersed with their own posses, with plans to reunite as close as Mayan Holidaze in a few weeks or as far as Camp Bisco XI this summer. Softness aside, one Melodysiac was able to capture some hardcore photos of the special event.

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victor

January 10th, 2012

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