This past March, The Glitch Mob took LDI on the road for the first time as they embarked on a nationwide spring tour. Coming off recent performances in top-billing slots at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival and California’s Coachella Music & Arts Festival, the LA-based trio sets it’s sights on Colorado to end April with a bang. The Glitch Mob will be taking over Denver’s Fillmore Auditorium for back-to-back nights on Friday, April 25th and Saturday, April 26th. 

If you’ve caught any of the shows this spring, then you know TGM does not just reserve stunning visuals for their music videos. The trio has developed quite the reputation through the years for stellar live performances and haved continued to push their on-stage production to new heights during this tour. The Glitch Mob have enlisted the music tech masterminds, roboticists, and hackers at Name the Machine to create a custom-built technology that lets them trigger samples in real-time, and play them like live riffs. The ultimate result is a stunning electronic music performance infused with the energy and drama of a live rock show. Their stage and visual production was designed by the visonary Martin Phillips and his team at Bionic League (whose work included live performance experience design for Daft Punk, Kaskade, Deadmau5, and Kanye West), and features the addition of what The Glitch Mob lovingly refers to as the fourth member of their group and “a physical representation of the music”, named “The Blade”.

If our last album was introverted, then the new one is definitely extroverted

Justin Boreta says of Love Death Immortality, which explains why the band is itching to take the album to its natural home on the stage, in all its crowd-pleasing glory. Love Death Immortality creates the ideal follow-up to their 2010 debut full-length album Drink the Sea that amassed record sales of over 80,000 and counting. In an era of disposable dance-music singles, LDI was refreshingly created with the intent to flow as an album – one designed to be listened to from start to finish, taking the listener on an aural voyage in the process.