The Glitch Mob
Tickets: £12.50 Early Birds, £15.00 Advance
PLEASE NOTE: Due to exceptional sales, we have moved The Glitch Mob show previously at KOKO, just up the road to the larger capacity venue - The Forum, London.
All tickets remain valid for the new show on 30 May.
Soundcrash presents an unmissable Spring show with The Glitch Mob live at The Forum, London, 30 May 2014. A long awaited welcome back to the Soundcrash stage with support from very Special Guests. Taking influences from hip-hop, experimental, and dance genres, The Glitch Mob have crafted their own form of futuristic dance floor hip-hop that has been flooring audiences world wide. As part of their Love Death Immortality tour, this time, it’s London’s turn…
The Glitch Mob – the Los Angeles – based trio compromising of Justin Boreta, Ed Ma and Joshua Mayer continue their forward movement into 2014. Boreta, edIT and Ooah came together around 2006 passing through various members until settling on this core trio of instrumentalists/ producers. Together they combined their different skills and aesthetics into the compellingly collaged whole that has become one of the most beloved live electronic acts, and distinctive recording artists working today.
“If our last album was introverted, then the new one is definitely extroverted,” Justin Boreta explains of one of 2014’s most anticipated electronic music albums: The Glitch Mob’s Love Death Immortality, to be released February 11, 2014. The album tour which kicks off in March, is their biggest to date and accompanied by massive production with live visuals, in all its crowd pleasing glory…Expect BIG things :
The whole experience is going to be personally curated by us. We’re designing really cool video interaction apps to integrate the experience, really letting the audience in on what we’re doing onstage.” – Ed Ma
The Glitch Mob have gained a devoted, passionate fanbase from moving from underground club parties like Los Angeles’ famed Low End Theory alongside Flying Lotus and Nosaj Thing to stadiums and major festivals, and in the process have become what Chris Martins of the LA Weekly called “[the act] that undoubtedly found the largest audience of any L.A. beat scene artist yet.”
This is one hell of a comeback. Come witness, for yourselves…
- Line up
- The Glitch Mob
- Very Special Guests
- Your Niece (Glitch FM)