The Disco Biscuits.
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April 30, 2010 With a crazy-quilt mixture of rock, techno, classic jazz, soul, blues and classical, The Disco Biscuits' members have maintained a strong presence on the jam-band circuit for the past 14 years. While the band hasn't given up its signature trance-fusion sound, its latest album, Planet Anthem, seeks to weave in a few more patches.
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December 29, 2006 The Disco Biscuits' members call their sound "trance-fusion" — a mixture of jam-band and electronic music with bits of Frank Zappa, rock, techno, jazz, soul, blues and classical. It's no surprise that the band writes its music for live shows and then records it, instead of the other way around.
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