Chicago-based funktronica group Digital Tape Machine is heading out on the road this winter to the Northeast and Midwest, and they’re bringing along a new lineup and some new tunes. Their first stop will be at Waiting Room in Buffalo, NY—the band will then head to Syracuse, NY; Boston, MA (at Brighton Music Hall); New York, NY (at BB Kings’); Philadelphia, PA (at Underground Arts); Indianapolis, IN; and Urbana, IL. Digital Tape Machine will end things at Bell’s Eccentric Café in Kalamazoo, MI, on February 14, where they’ll join forces with Cosby Sweater—each band will play an individual set before combining into a “Digital Sweater” performance. Tickets are on sale now. For more information, visit Digital Tape Machine’s website.

Comprised of Kris Myers, Joel Cummins (of Umphrey’s McGee fame), Joe Hettinga, Bryan Doherty, David Arredondo, Marcus Rezak, and Dan Rucinski, Digital Tape Machine’s music is often compared to that of a video game. It combines elements of electronic dance, tech, dance house, post-industrial, drum-and-bass, and hip-hop, and the crowds love it—audiences have grown exponentially, all wanting to dance their faces off during late-night festival sets and other sold-out shows.

Digital Tape Machine Tour Dates & Tickets

Digital Tape Machine Video for “White Lights”

Image source: Bell’s Brewery via Flickr.