Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Introducing... Music Monday, on a Tuesday?

Yep it may be late this week but its time to introduce a new weekly segment that i'll just refer to as music monday
     -"Real clever"
yea pretty much.

I'll be showcasing a different artist each week in various genres, this won't be some lady justin biebga auto-tune shitbaggery I assure you.
    Since I waited an extra day to start this segment I guess its fitting to add an extra artist this week.

The Glitch Mob

Via wiki page(i know i'm lazy) The Glitch Mob is a three-piece electronic group from Los Angeles, composed of Ed Ma (edIT), Justin Boreta (Boreta) and Josh Mayer (Ooah) The group, originally a four-piece including Kraddy, was formed in 2006 within the burgeoning Los Angeles bass-driven 'beat' scene.

The group's debut album, Drink The Sea, debuted on the iTunes Electronic Chart at number five and peaked on the CMJ Top 200 Chart for College Radio at #57. The album's debut led Electronic Musician to run a cover story on the trio.

The electronic beats are just too addicting to deny, The Glitch Mob is one of those hidden gems I plan to find and expose through this segment. They're fairly new and who knows maybe we'll hear more about them later.



  • Drink The Sea (via Glass Air) (2010)


  • Drive It Like You Stole It (2010)

Official Remixes

  • Krazy Baldhead - "The 4th Movement (The Glitch Mob Remix)" (via Ed Banger Records (2010)
  • TV on the Radio - "Red Dress (The Glitch Mob Remix)" (via 4AD 2009)
  • Nalepa - "Monday (The Glitch Mob Remix)" (via 1320 Records 2009)
  • Evil Nine - "All The Cash (The Glitch Mob Remix)" (via Marine Parade (2008)
  • Coheed and Cambria - "Feathers (The Glitch Mob Remix)" (via Sony BMG (2008)
  • STS9 - "Beyond Right Now (The Glitch Mob Remix)" (via 1320 Records (2008)
  • Linkin Park - "Waiting For The End (The Glitch Mob Remix)" (via Warner Music (October, 2010)
Bad Wings
Between Two Points
Animus Vox

Two Steps From Hell

Ever wonder where those movies get their epic music from? Well now you know. Two steps from hell has churned out over 800 tracks none of which fail to disappoint. Every Album has a different distinct sound to it but they all share the same distinct epic feeling. This music will spice up everything be it rubbernecking with the hoards of dribble chins on your way to work, cooking up a nice tasty delivery pizza, or dueling your cat to the death.

theres a nice long list of appearances.

Ice Planet
Moving Mountains

If you think you have an artist that deserves to be showcased post it in the comments and I'll definately take a look.

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