Spring Weekend Artist Profile: The Glitch Mob

Originally formed in 2006, The Glitch Mob got its start as a five-member electro group based in the city of Los Angeles. As part of L.A.’s burgeoning bass-driven ‘beat’ scene, the group quickly gained notoriety for its incredible live performances and use of multi-touch sound devices to remix popular songs on stage. Though they spent much of their early days touring up and down the West Coast, the group now performs at electronic music festivals around the world and will be touring all across the country later this year. Their first album, Drink the Sea, debuted on the iTunes electronic music chart at #5, and their single “Drive It Like You Stole It” was listed as number two on XLR8R magazine’s list of top downloads of 2010.

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The preliminary Spring Weekend drank list

In case you’ve been living under a rock (or at the Rock), or have already gone MIA for Spring Break, the BCA announced the lineup for the most anticipated weekend of the semester. Preparations have begun, as people dust off their Hazeltine tanks and start obsessing over the weather reports. So BlogDH has compiled a (preliminary) list of drank suggestions, with the help of Drinkify, that correspond to this year’s performers. Rage responsibly.