The Disco Biscuits’ annual Camp Bisco summer music festival turns 10 in 2011, and the likes of Cut Copy, Death From Above 1979, Wiz Khalifa, Bassnectar, and Ghostland Observatory are among the acts already confirmed to take part in the celebration. Today, the iconic electronic jam band added more talented to the bill, highlighted by James Murphy and Pat Mahoney’s Special Disco Version, the first-ever U.S. appearance of Shpongle live, Ratatat, and Four Tet being.
Among the other new acts set to grace the Indian Lookout Country Club in Mariaville, New York between July 7th and 10th are The New Deal, Conspirator, The Japanese Popstars, Orchard Lounge, Alex English, and JDH & Dave P. You can find a complete list of confirmed acts at our Camp Bisco 10 Festival Outlook page.
This year’s Camp Bisco will also feature three curated label showcase tents. Hosted by DFA Records, Mad Decent and Damon Dash, the three tents will showcase the latest creative elements stemming from each outlet. According to an issued press release, the Damon Dash tent will host the recently launched DD172, “a media collective brought together for the purpose of developing avant-garde music, television, publication, fashion and art projects,” while Mad Decent will offer the first-ever North American festival appearances by Nadastrom, Munchi, and Dillon Francis. James Murphy’s DFA tent will feature a performance by the aforementioned Special Disco Version in addition to a DJ set from Holy Ghost!.
$160 three-day passes are now on-sale via the festival’s website. A number of VIP packages are also available.