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Comprised of Jon Gutwillig (vocals/guitar), Marc Brownstein (vocals/bass), Aron Magner (keyboard/vocals), and Allen Aucoin (drums), the quartet continues to bridge the gap between the jamband and electronica/dance worlds by drawing on elements from seemingly disparate genres. This style is referred to generally as trance-fusion. Formed in 1995 at the University of Pennsylvania, the group has quickly emerged as one of…

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  • lovelovelove
  • At select times they actually remind me of the Grateful Dead
  • Happy Bisco! \\o/
  • vv Amen to that, brother. Just shows how much I dig their instrumentation, composition, and of course, jamming. Then again, I listen to death metal so some may see TDB vocals as a huge upgrade.
  • always loved these guys
  • they're awesome but holy mother of god the singing is the most awful thing i've ever heard
  • 14 years ago + about 2 hours - my life changed forever. Helicopters -> Plan B Mr. Don -> The Very Moon (End)-> Pygmy Twylyte -> Magellan (End). This 19 year-old knew not what he was witnessing, but he knew it was good.
  • www.archive.org for those that don't know. Houses tons of public domain downloads, including massive amounts of Bisco shows. Listening to 11-10-00 Munchkin -> Inv. Confrontation -> Munchkin Good heavens these men were on fire that Fall -> Winter.
  • these guys are extremely cool
  • eselv73 "'album to start with?' none, check out live sets" Indeed. And be sure to check out shows from 99, early 00s, mid 00s, late 00s, and 2012. Though they've remained Bisco throughout, the stylistic changes over time, in both songwriting and jamming, is noticeable. 12-30-99 will forever remain my favorite listening experience of all time.

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