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Published: 2013/09/16

Digital Tape Machine To Play Northeast, Midwest

Chicago electronic outfit Digital Tape Machine is set to hit the road this October in support of their debut album Be Here Now. The seven-piece, featuring Umphrey’s McGee members Joel Cummins and Kris Myers alongside local Chicago musicians, will play nine shows throughout October and November including stops at The Blockley in Philadelphia, Brooklyn Bowl, and familiar Midwest stops in St. Louis, Urbana, and Bloomington, Indiana.

Here is a full list of DTM Fall dates:
October 8 Washington, DC—The Hamilton
October 9 Baltimore, MD—Baltimore Soundstage
October 10 New Haven, CT—Toad’s Place
October 11 Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn Bowl
October 12 Philadelphia, PA—The Blockley*
November 20 St. Louis, MO—2720 Cherokee
November 21 Urbana, IL—The Canopy Club
November 22 Bloomington, IN—The Bluebird
November 23 Kalamazoo, MI—Bell’s Brewery

*Long Miles will open

Check out DTM’s take on the Umphrey’s McGee song “Glory” with UM guitarist Jake Cinninger performed at the House of Blues Chicago on August 17.

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T September 16, 2013, 16:57:09

No Lafayette Theater?!?!? Damn, that’s too bad… The Lafayette Theater is waay cooler than the Bluebird and IU sucks

Maybe September 16, 2013, 17:18:43

Maybe they don’t allow guys with fake hair like Myers in the Lafayette ??

BrightlightsBigBruce September 16, 2013, 17:22:02

Thank god DTM is so much more hard core for us dudes looking to just eviscerate a room with our climaxes. The LGBT community loves its hard UM Kris projects. He’s teasing us.

Berg September 17, 2013, 10:08:48

Brucey so good to run into you here. That was an intense late night dance party in your room at Summer Skool. Where did you get the Donna Summers boots and that video of Brendan? Me likey. I left when the room smelled like a mix of popcorn and poop. Anywhoo I told Krissy we are plunging into DTM face first. He said he’s just trying to make a dime because STUM tour wasn’t very good money wise.

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