Friday, November 2, 2012

The Glitch Mob - Drink the Sea (Full Album) - Video Pere Miquel Garcia 11.12

Hi passengers !
Prosuming tonight this podcast uploaded on YouTube in November 2, 2012 by Pere Miquel Garcia with all soundracks from The Glitch Mob. 
Drink the Sea''is the debut album from American electronic music trio. 
It was released on Glass Air Records in 2010.
''Drink the sea'' Album Playlist
1- Animus Vox 00:00
2- Bad Wings 06:42
3- How to Be Eaten by a Woman 13:20
4- A Dream Within a Dream 19:19
5- Fistful of Silence 24:41
6- Between Two Points (feat. Swan) 29:50
7- We Swarm 35:24
8- Drive It Like You Stole It 41:17
9- Fortune Days 47:12
10- Starve the Ego, Feed the Soul 53:33
Who are The Glitch Mob ?
The Glitch Mob, originally a five-piece including Kraddy and Kitty-D, was formed in 2006 within the burgeoning Los Angeles bass-driven 'beat' scene. The group made a name for themselves playing live, choosing to perform with laptops and MIDI controllers like the Lemur. 
They won fans through showcasing their chosen technology during solo performances, and after gaining attention in Los Angeles and San Francisco, the group eventually toured more widely along the West Coast and then to various festivals worldwide. 
After citing "creative differences," founding member Kraddy left the group in 2009. 
The Glitch Mob's first album Drink the Sea peaked at number 57 on the CMJ Top 200 Chart for College Radio. The album's debut led Electronic Musician to run a cover story on the trio.Their single "Drive It Like You Stole It" was number 2 on XLR8R's Top Downloads of 2010 list. 
The sophomore Glitch Mob album Love Death Immortality debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Songs chart. 
During their 2014 tour The Glitch Mob performed with a new musical element they called "The Blade." 
Built by movie set designers, it is a customized, painted set piece that houses both lights and instruments. 
In an interview with Sound of Boston Josh Mayer explained, "It really represents who we are and what we’re trying to say, and it’s just a functional thing that lets us play our music the way we want to play our music."
The Glitch Mob Goes Harder on New Album

Post a Comment

Most read on 2.0


Google+ Followers