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The Glitch Mob Electro-fy at Revolution

The Glitch Mob sprang into summer 2010 at the top of the electro game, debuting a new live set style at Coachella 2010, followed by the release of its mature and polished May album titled Drink the Sea. Soon after, the trio raged the massive Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado. These are no small feats for the Mob, which mixes heart-palpitating percussion, glitchy eargasms, and robotic, futuristic looping patterns ripe for cyclical head-bobbing and funky lip-pursing. Try it!

Ed "Edit" Ma, Justin Boreta, and Josh Mayer's innovative sets of swirling and crashing sounds at festivals, clubs, and venues around the country know no bounds. The trio's synchronized electro thudding mesmerizes enthused fans and attracts newbies, masses at a time. In sum, Glitch Mob's hard-core ambient seduction provides a booming yet soothing escape for the South Florida scene.

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Tracy A. Block

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