Glitch gained momentum with every step. Their live show earned rave reviews for its unique approach of audio-visual overdose, their followup “Trauma” EP on Industrial Strength charted worldwide based on cassette promos, and the full length “Inertia” on Germany’s Fax +49-69/450464 made Glitch the first totally independent foreign act to be signed to this acclaimed label. 1994-1995 saw several new Glitch projects: a U.K. remix of “Heavy Mental” on Carl Cox’s label, MMR Productions; new videos out on Telegenics and Rockamerica reels; “If…Then”, a 4-track E.P. on the band’s own newly formed Defective Records; the band’s second full length effort, “Out Of Sync”, on Defective; and “Schizophonic”, a 6-track E.P. on Defective. In 1996, GLITCH continued pumping out new music on Defective with the “House Call” 3-track E.P., and a track on the DJ Who Remixes double 12” E.P., “Who’s Who?”. In addition, they remixed Under The Noise’s “Lie” for their highly acclaimed “Regeneration” CD on COP International. Finally, Glitch had a featured remix (“Souped Up”) on the 1998 Defective Records “DeFiltered” EP, remixing some of Filterless Records (U.K.) best work.
Strictly non-musicians, Glitch uses and manipulates existing sources to create a new product - a sonic montage. They consistently accept and assimilate new trends, but never imitate them, and they refuse to be pigeonholed into one style of music, as evidenced by the diversity of the labels on which they’ve released material. Glitch straddles the line between techno, trance, industrial, and experimental, with music that appeals to both mind and body.