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Monday, May 3, 2010

What to Do Tonight: The Glitch Mob

Posted By on Mon, May 3, 2010 at 8:00 AM

Its like an old-school Run-DMC video game
  • It's like an old-school Run-DMC video game

As the saying goes, there’s power in numbers. California DJ trio the Glitch Mob is clearly hip to the concept. Each member — ediT, Ooah, and Boreta — is capable of rocking it on his own, but together they’re one of the most in-demand collectives in electronic music. Their remixes have spawned a wildfire of buzz in a variety of musical scenes — from their reworking of Lil Wayne’s “Lollipop” to their overhaul of TV on the Radio’s “Red Dress. — and their riotous live shows have made them a staple on the festival circuit. Even dudes who usually come to shows with arms crossed are awkwardly busting moves by the end of a Glitch Mob performance. The group will release its debut album, Drink the Sea, next month. Expect to hear it rattling car speakers all summer long. The Glitch Mob play the Grog Shop at 9 p.m. Free the Robots and Deru open. Tickets: $15. —Eddie Fleisher

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