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Glitch in the System & Top Glitch Hop of the Week (Episode 26)

We're up to our 26th episode of Glitch in the System with TwEQ and DrDee this week. Tune in to New Zealand's RDU 98.5 tonight for the fix. Thank you for listening and supporting! Check out the full list of our supporters and bio here on Glitch in the Sytem RDU. More info below!

A couple notes!! Congratulations to SugarBeats for reaching their Kickstarter goal to start working on their new album! And a very happy birthday to Tom Cosm! The top 5 is definitely rigged!

Check out our new top 5 playlist and the tracks below!

GLITCH IN THE SYSTEM RADIO: 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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TOP 5

1. Tom Cosm – Tipsy Gits

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Here's a throwback from a couple years back to celebrate Tom's birthday. Great tune and a free download!

2. Lemaitre – Closer feat. Jennie A

The electro-pop duo from Oslo just dropped this great new tune. Buy it here!

3. SugarBeats – Groove City Romance (Love & Light Remix)

One of our favorites from the new Sugarbeats Remix EP on Adapted Records, Support here!

4. The Glitch Mob – Better Hide, Better Run (feat. Mark Johns)

Support this new track from the greats here!

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5. Maxo – Crush

This is a free download from Maxo, a complex tune from the Brooklyn native.

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