LA live bass trio The Glitch Mob planted themselves right back on top of the electronic sphere after a 3 year quiet period broken by the very successful album Love Death Immortality. Well, after touring across the globe they have finally started sharing their newest release, Piece Of Indestructible EP.
Today we get the EP's most powerful single "Better Hide, Better Run," a song that takes the signature sound of The Glitch Mob and transports right it into the future with a tribal rock infused electro anthem.The Moving Castle singer Mark Johns offers up her smooth and sultry vocals in collaboration with The Glitch Mob on this EP; the singer's latest in a string of all-star collaborations, following her recent collaboration with Sweater Beats on his "All Day" remix as well as her collab with up and coming producer Bearson on "Imposter." You can now preorder Piece Of Indestructible EP, and receive this single as an instant free download. Enjoy!
The Glitch Mob – Better Hide, Better Run (feat Mark Johns) | iTunes
LA based electronic trio The Glitch Mob have always incorporated a rock inspired edge to their glitchy bass driven productions. We’ve seen them take on remixing classic songs with great success like The White Stripes “Seven Nation Army”. Well today their latest victim is Metallica and their metal classic “Lords Of Summer”, which they have flipped upside down. Perfectly highlighting the epic vocals and guitar, beefing up the drums, and layering in an onslaught of new melodic synths that make the classic more cinematic then ever. They are passing this one out as a free download, so listen below and grab your copy. Enjoy!
Lords Of Summer (The Glitch Mob Remix) | Free Download
HARD Red Rocks 2015 Lineup Announced Featuring Dog Blood (Skrillex + Boys Noize), The Glitch Mob, Porter Robinson & MorePosted in Bangin, Events, News by nick | Tags: Boys Noize, Dog Blood, Festival, Hard, Hard Red Rocks, Porter Robinson, Skrillex, the glitch mob
HARD always manages to establish themselves as the true tastemakers for all things that go hard in the live electronic space; being responsible for Holy Ship!, Hard Summer and much more. Well they are returning to the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre, in Morrison, Colorado for their third HARD Red Rocks and they have outdone themselves once again with the lineup.
HARD is bringing out Dog Blood, the techno side project from Skrillex and Boys Noize that went dormant last year after flipping the electronic world upside down. Dog Blood will be joined by live electronic trio The Glitch Mob, Porter Robinson and his new live show, HARD founder DESTRUCTO, Branchez and even local house legend Option 4.
This night should surely be one of the best Red Rocks has to offer electronic fans all summer long and is guaranteed to sell out.
Grab tickets here this Friday at 9am PST. Will update here once ticket details are released.
Last year, The Glitch Mob released their long awaited album Love, Death and Immortality after a long hiatus from the project. Today we have a brand new remix of one of the lesser known tracks from the album "Beauty of the Unhidden Heart" from the lord of all things bass, Bassnectar. He has reimagined the song as an all out melodic dubstep masterpiece. With huge bass drops and a beefed up melody, it's nearly impossible to not get chills while listening. Listen to the full song below and you can pick up the whole remix album on iTunes. Enjoy
The Glitch Mob – Beauty of the Unhidden Heart (Bassnectar Remix) | iTunes
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