By Johnny Papan
May 14th, 2018
The Glitch Mob electrified the Commodore Ballroom with their tripped-out, futuristic sound. The trio took the audience on a journey with glitchy bangers and chilled, atmospheric jams, performed live via their signature synth pads. Each member stood behind almost mini spaceship-like structures, a sight to behold.
Touring in honour of their newest release See Without Eyes, Glitch Mob seamlessly mixed fresh tracks with classics from their last two records Love, Death, Immortality and Drink the Sea. “Take Me With You,” “Go Light,” “Can’t Kill Us,” and “Skullclub” were some standout tracks. The group brought their direct support Elohim on stage to perform their collaboration track: “I Could Be Anything.” Elohim also deserves some credit for her blissfully haunting performance before Glitch Mob took the stage.
Overall, the show was an audio adventure in the digital future. Consisting of members edIT, Boreta, and Ooah, the electronic supergroup performed tracks that spanned the eight years they have been making music together. Monday night was a party, and it wasn’t hard to have the crowd kick their Mondaze and get glitchy with the mob.Commodore Ballroom, The Glitch Mob