In this week’s episode, the crew is doing another deep dive in to a specific genre. This time, it’s Glitch Hop! From its humble roots in the obscure Glitch movement of the 90’s, to the bass music heavyweights of today like Bassnectar, Glitch Hop has certainly come in to its own.
To illustrate this, Trip guides us through his experience with the genre, and shares some of his favorite tracks from different time periods, and the crew gives their reactions and thoughts on each track.
If you’re into artists like Tipper, Kraddy, Pretty Lights, and The Glitch Mob, this is the episode for you. If you have no idea who these people are, or what Glitch Hop is, we invite you to join us as we jump up and glitch out with Trip.
And, in case you weren’t aware, Trip creates some Glitch Hop that has gotten some attention, in its own right. Our theme music is actually his remix of Evol Intent’s “Middle of the Night”, and he’s had a remix he did for Krafty Kuts released on Funk and Filth’s label when he was a runner up in a remix contest. One of his Glitch Hop studio mixes earned him a spot on a major show for Self Diploma in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Below are some links to check out:
Some Trip Turlington Remixes:
Krafty Kuts – “Work That Body” (Trip Turlington Remix)
Evol Intent – “Middle of the Night” (Trip Turlington Remix) – aka the Passionate DJ Podcast Theme Song!
Steve Aoki, Chris Lake, and Tumajo featuring Kid Ink – Delirious (Trip Turlington’s “Bone-In” Remix)
More artists to check out, if you want to explore more, on your own!
Love & Light
2 Fingers (Amon Tobin, especially)
And there’s SO MANY MORE. This is only intended to be a primer list. Get out there and explore!