The Disco Biscuits delivered a tasty setlist of jamtronica in their hometown of Philadelphia, PA at The Mann Center last night. They were joined by frequent cohorts, Lotus, plus a DJ set by Luke the Knife for an evening of high energy dance music. This was the second night of the City Bisco run, which replaced the beloved Camp Bisco this year, as it was not possible to safely hold the festival because of the covid-19 pandemic.
Luke Miller, aka Luke the Knife, known primarily for his vital role with Lotus, a multi-genre jamband, took the stage for his debut album release party at Club Vinyl last Saturday. The newly released album, titled Disco Nap, was produced solely by Luke Miller to set a perfect comprehensive sonic journey and ambiance for the club scene. It also allows listeners to dive deeper into the more tranquil and groovy tracks that are showcased throughout the album.
Today, Resonance Music and Arts Festival announced its initial 2021 lineup. The event, running from September 16th-18th at Marvin’s Mountaintop in Masontown, WV, will feature multiple sets from Resonance alumni, including Tipper (x2), Lotus, Lettuce, Papadosio (x3), and Umphrey’s McGee (x2). The festival will continue its tradition of “special” sets from a range of performers, including a mountain sunrise set from Tipper, a sunset set from Spafford, “TAUKing Wonder,” and a Keller Williams’ “Grateful Grass.”
Wax Future and Jesse Miller (Lotus, Octave Cat, Beard-o-Bees) have teamed up as BeesWax for a new studio album, Royal Jelly, a follow-up to their 2019 self-titled EP. Listen to the title track “Royal Jelly'' here. Vinyl pre-orders and merch packages, including BeesWax branded honey, are available now.
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Instrumental-electronic collective Lotus, highly regarded for their unique live show experience, have announced a special concert at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The long-running quintet, who recently released their new studio album Free Swim, will return to the stage once again this month on Sunday, September 27th for a full 2-set show at the famed Colorado venue. The event will be available both in-person, for an extremely limited capacity, and online via a pay-per-view livestream.
Today, long-running instrumental-electronic quintet Lotus has released their new independent studio album, Free Swim. PRESS HERE to listen. Free Swim, available digitally and on vinyl, mines dance grooves from soulful funk to dirty disco to build instrumental songs with a signature Lotus sound. Check out the first listen with Relix.