Grab your popcorn and your Milk Duds, because The Disco Biscuits are having a movie night. The latest installment in the band’s beloved live soundtrack tradition is set for March 11th during the band’s three-night run at The Caverns in Pelham, TN.
For this next live movie soundtrack, the band’s first since 2015, The Disco Biscuits are giving fans the chance to vote on what movie the group plays along to. Fans can choose between six films: Jim Henson‘s 1986 cult classic Labyrinth starring David Bowie, seminal 1997 anime Princess Mononoke, sprawling 2006 documentary series Planet Earth, 2000 kung fu classic Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, 1997 sci-fi box office smash The Fifth Element, and finally Ridley Scott‘s 1982 landmark dystopian thriller Blade Runner. Fans also have the option to write in a film of their choice.
Fans can vote for what movie they want The Disco Biscuits to play on March 11th at The Caverns here. Voting is open until Thursday, February 23rd at 12 p.m. PT. The band will not announce the winner in advance, “it’s more fun that way!”
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The Disco Biscuits’ tradition of providing live movie soundtracks goes back to the turn of the century when the band played along to Katsuhiro Otomo‘s anime masterpiece Akira on New Year’s Eve 1999. Not long after, during a 2001 Halloween run through the Pacific Northwest, the band performed a series of improvised scores to Alice In Wonderland (10/31), It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (11/1), Koyaanisqatsi (11/2), and Run Lola Run (11/3). Most recently, the band revived the tradition 16 years after it began, scoring a live soundtrack to the original 1982 Tron for their third set on New Year’s Eve 2015.
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