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Glitch Mode Recordings


Glitch Mode Recordings is a music collective based in Chicago, Illinois. The label releases heavy electronic music in a variety of genres, including industrial music, drum n' bass, techno, and hip hop. The roster includes Cyanotic (also the founding members of Glitch Mode), Rabbit Junk, Robohop, Nuclear Sun, Amnestic and Breath & Decay, as well as regular contributions from artists like Ad·ver·sary, Acumen Nation, DJ? Acucrack, 16 Volt, Left Spine Down and many more. Headquartered out of the south loop neighborhood of Chicago, founder and Cyanotic front man Sean Payne has been operating a consistently productive full-service recording studio that has released new material in Glitch Mode Recordings, as well as production for several other bands.

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