Ten Artists Glitch Mob Fans Will Love

In this week's main music feature, New Times caught up with Justin Boreta, or just Boreta, of the Los Angeles trio the Glitch Mob. The kind-of-post-hip-hop, kind-of-downtempo, all-electronic, all-awesome group plays Revolution next Tuesday with opening sets from similarly synth-loving but similarly warm acts Phantogram and Com Truise.

But while those acts will nicely complement the show for Glitch Mob's fans, a famously diverse and open-minded bunch, they come from outside the scene in which the headliners came up. Glitch Mob is known to be part of the extended universe of the L.A. circle centered loosely around the Low End Theory weekly club and underground labels like Alpha Pup and Brainfeeder.

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