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A mechanism of appreciation.  A band.

 
 
 
 
 
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upcoming shows

 

june 29 - debonair social club

 

july 27 - silvie's lounge


Past shows

2018

march 15 - fitzgeralds

 

2017

november 3 - brauer House

September 1 - outta space

August 16 - Martyrs

july 28 - cubby bear

june 15 - elbo room

june 4 - reggie's

march 5 - reggie's

March 4 - outta space

JANUARY 6 - UNDERGROUND LOUNGE

 

2016

DECEMBER 16 - VITO'S ATOMIC LOUNGE

November 3 - Elbo Room

september 23 - quenchers saloon

september 8 - fitzgeralds

 
 
 
 

dig engine

“Steady and impeccable instrumentation, heavy rhythms and dirty guitar lines backed by . . . powerful vocals”

            - Listen Live and Local

 

Based out of Chicago’s near west suburbs, Dig Engine writes original songs that look at the joys and struggles of life and relationships through an ultimately hopeful lens. Fronted by the powerful and soulful vocals of Tammy Masau, Dig creates a sonic landscape of complex melodies with two guitars, played by Joe Giordano and Andy Boockmeier, over a tight, but nuanced, rhythm section of drummer Steve Hovey and bassist Pete Drever.  Dig's songs capture and reveal their collective influences from Son to Moon, Dee Dee to da da, Trey to Tweedy, and Irma to Zappa. Hardcore, jazz and straight out radio rockers.  Dig the dig.

Genre: rock 

Sounds like: Tedeschi Trucks Band, My Morning Jacket, Thin Lizzy, Flaming Lips 

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Dig live!

A live band at heart, Dig has performed shows at many top Chicago venues including Reggie's Rock Club, Fitzgeralds, Martyrs, the Cubby Bear and the Elbo Room, in both headlining and supporting slots.

Upcoming shows:

June 29: Debonair Social Club – Chicago, IL

July 27: Silvie’s Lounge – Chicago, IL

Music

Horeli Asoli

Dig's debut EP captures the range of their songwriting from the earnest "If" to the punk influenced "Arrow." Horeli also has "Offline Aventine," an homage to Cheap Trick-style radio rock and crowd favorite "Trampoline."

High fidelity stereo-matic sound

Dig's 2018 follow-up release continues to showcase great songwriting and melody over solid driving rock.  From the plaintive hope of "In Between" to the complex rhythms of "Elixir," HiFi delivers more favs that are the foundations of Dig's live shows. 

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online

 

press/booking contact

digengineband@gmail.com