Digital Tape Machine
Digital Tape Machine is a Chicago band featuring Marcus Rezak, Joe Hettinga, Bryan Doherty, and Neal Wehman. The digital, yet analog force behind Digital Tape Machine produces a very modern and electronic sound. Enthusiastic fans will get more music than ever in 2015. The band is excited to be hitting the road with a concentrated lineup and new music. Digital Tape Machine has been part of some amazing festivals like All Good, Electric Forest, North Coast, Bear Creek, Mayan Holidaze, Summer Camp, Summer Set, Gathering of the Vibes, Camp Bisco, and many more.
This is Bad Dagger.
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Established in earnest: 2012
Disco, Metal, House. The 3 words most commonly used to describe the aggressive and highly-energized audio/visual experience that is Bad Dagger. Since first coming on to the scene as a group in early 2012, these 2 dynamic and talented artists have impressed and entertained audiences with their creative and unique presentation of audio production and musical performance. Bad Dagger has appropriately been called less of a band, and more closely resembling “one instrument that takes multiple people to play.”
Based in Indianapolis, IN, Bad Dagger is currently comprised of 2 members. Cameron Reel provides live audio production (synths, basses, pads, leads via Ableton/ MacBook Pro) as well playing bass guitar. On drum set and sample pad, Eddie Roodvoets provides an intense and nonstop energy to the music. Extremely danceable and cinematic, this act has a tendency to switch gears without warning, making it possible to touch on a wide array of genres in each set. They make use of this versatility with relentless passion and vigor.
Their blend of musical genres is indeed unique. Nothing sounds like Bad Dagger. Monumental and sublime at times, then hard, dark and anchored at others. A typical Bad Dagger set is certainly wide in scope, touching on elements of Electro, House, Metal, Prog, Funk, Disco, and Big Beat. These elements and more combine in such a way that Bad Dagger leaves each audience member with a sense of having an experience rather than just having seen a concert.