Among the overflowing dates all over the Northeast this fall season, Boston has some great disco/electro-indie acts coming through over the next month or so. We’ve got the scoop right here folks. Join Holy Ghost! for their highly anticipated pre-Halloween bash in Boston this October. On tour in support of their new album ‘Dynamics’, the indie-disco outfit will be performing with their live band at Boston’s newest venue, The Sinclair. Once again, they have opening support from fellow Brooklynites, Midnight Magic. Don’t sleep on this funky fright fest! If you’ve already got plans for the holiday, there are some other great acts to catch in Bean Town as well…>>>
10/26/2013 Orchard Lounge @The Middle East- Cambridge, MA *tickets
10/26/2013 Business Casual Disco (opening for Beats Antique) @Paradise Rock Club- Boston, MA *tickets
10/30/2013 Holy Ghost! and Midnight Magic @The Sinclair- Boston, MA *tickets
11/16/2013 CUT COPY! @House of Blues- Boston, MA (not exactly disco, but definitely on the synth heavy/indie side of the spectrum. This is their only show in the region! Do NOT miss these guys, their live show is incredible) *tickets
11/30/2013 Business Casual Disco and The Indobox @Great Scott- Allston, MA *tickets
Musically, the event options this fall are overwhelming. However, if you’ve got an affinity for funky, poppy beats, and you live in the Bay State, these might narrow down your choices a bit. As always, tune in to Tits and Acid Reviews for all your Northeastern concert calendar events!
That’s right. Unfortunately the Camp Bisco veterans Orchard Lounge were not invited to perform this summer’s 12th annual music festival. Meatcamp, the main promoters of the 3 day event have decided not to include them in this summers bill, a big surprise to the Bisco community. The Chicago-based house music trio have played the festival for the last 8 years, earning a crucial place as an integral part of the experience. Aside from performing, each member is a long time fan of event headliners The Disco Biscuits, attending every Camp since its first year. That factors into their playing immensely, having both the perspectives of an artist and a passionate fan in the crowd. This was a severe letdown to f ans of both them and fans of Camp Bisco as a whole. Bethany Lokken of OL publicly addressed her fans regarding the decision last week, stating that “this was a much a surprise to us as it was to you, but we’ve moved on”. A petition to get them on the lineup has been started by a fan in Philadelphia. With their vast and loyal fanbase they’re likely to get plenty of signatures, but would they want to after being excluded in the first place?
Orchard Lounge just released the first half of their 3 hour set from Belly Up, Aspen this afternoon, and you can get it here! The Chicago house trio are bringing their distinctively versatile stylings from coast to coast this fall for their hyped Nocturne Tour, and this show certainly has some surprises in it.
Want more? Check out the 3 1/2 set from their Chicago hometown in the beginning of their four month long 2012 Tour: OL @ Smart Bar, Chicago