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Glitch in the System & Top Glitch Hop of the Week (Episode 21)

Glitch in the System flies in your face tonight with TwEQ and DrDee for the 21st installment of the top 5 countdown! Celebrate some great radio with us and check out more great new music from New Zealand's RDU 98.5.

Thank you for listening and supporting! We have support from all over the world and many outstanding labels that make bass music. Check out the full list and bio here on Glitch in the Sytem RDU.

Make sure to also check the Opiuo remix competition via Westwood Records and Shambhala Music Festival!

Our top 5 is usually on a Soundcloud playlist, but we've decided to upload new playlists in the future based on a larger group of shows (stay tuned for a big playlist with 100 tracks after episode 40). We want to help focus on our submissions and reposts. Meanwhile, things are still rocking and rolling. You can submit tracks for consideration in the top 5 to

This week features some truly groovy electro funk – with Faux Fur's electro swing style track on Adapted, an exciting collab with Beat Fatigue and Skeewiff, Ben Negative‘s “Lovin After 2 AM,” Skope‘s massive new single “Junk,” and a new track from 20syl to start the countdown. Whoop!

WHEN: The Show is live on air from 7:30-9:30 P.M. on Wednesday in New Zealand which is now 12:30 AM – 2:30 A.M. PST Tuesday (tonight) here in the US (2-4 AM on East Coast). Check out our podcasts on Mixcloud to hear some full shows over the past few weeks.

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Option 2: Download the new RDU App and stream from your phone!

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1. Faux Fur – Fatso (Adapted Records)

2. Skeewiff feat. Beat Fatigue – Bamboo Beats

3. Ben Negative – Lovin After 2 AM

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4. Skope – Junk

5. 20syl – Clouds


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