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- Posted on Jul 11th 2011 6:10PM by Benjy Eisen
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The Biscuits aside, another easy highlight of the weekend was the DFA Records late-night dance party which featured LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy spinning disco breaks with his partner in crime, Tim Goldsworthy.
Directly after the Disco Biscuits' final set of the evening, Biscuits guitarist Jon Gutwillig was seen in the back of the DFA tent hamming it up with Murphy right as Holy Ghost took the stage. "I had a nice chat with James Murphy," Gutwillig tells Spinner. "We talked about being Irish composers and making dance music that 'gets the get down.' He was really happy to have such a huge great crowd and said he had a few disco numbers that he thought I'd probably never heard, so I should hang out and listen -- which I did. Great, great show!"
But Camp Bisco was also defined by a different kind of highlight for Biscuits bassist Marc Brownstein. "My favorite part of the weekend was seeing my 11 month old beam as he realized what it is that I do with my life," Brownstein tells Spinner. "He loves music, so seeing him rock out to Conspirator and the Biscuits, and put a connection between his love for music and his dad's job, was priceless."
Of course, it helped that his dad did such a great job, with 25,000 fans braving rain, mud and overflowing Porta-Pottys to hear him tear it up with his band in a field for three nights straight.
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