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G1tich - Interdimensional Ear Worms

We have an artist from Orlando, Florida. Joshua Graham, also known as G1tch is part owner of up and coming artist collective, Antique Records LLC. He produces really bass heavy and glitchy dubstep music. As a teenager, music has helped him through depression and anxiety. It kept him alive through the toughest of times and helped him heal himself. Because of this, Josh has made it his life mission to bring healing to others who could be going through tough times and needs something to feel better.

Recently, we had a submission on Groovers by G1tich. We as a label loved the track, the track is influenced by heavy bass and dubstep that will trick you out and have you dancing around in your car. So the track name is “Interdimensional Ear Worms” which is available on all streaming platforms on May, 27 | 2022.



We had a chance to have an interview with him, so here it all goes!

Our first question was,

— How did came up with this album, and what was the thought process for it?

He replied- “The song “Interdimensional Ear Worms” was inspired by a local music festival I went to hosted by Raves ENT. At the time I never thought about becoming a DJ or producing EDM music. I was just about to release my first indie rock album “Lost” and planned to build my music career with my indie rock stuff. At the festival I had taken some molly, and when it kicked in as I was meditating in my tent, I heard a song play in my head. It felt like worms squirming through my brain. They told me different things about the mixing like “this part is going to play really going from the left to right speaker” and “You're going to decide to move this part of the song to the end of the song” and I had no idea what was going on because I had never thought about making EDM before. After other visions of the future I received that night, I had the idea I would soon meet people that would change my life. Months later I met Gus Gudno, and he invited me to be a part of his record label “Antique Records” and soon enough, because it was an EDM based label, I started making dubstep music. After making my first track the memory from that night at the music festival came back to me in full clarity, and then I wrote and released the song

Just a piece of art, unique and real talent!

So, the next question was,

— What first got you into music?

He replied- “When I was in high school I learned that I hated the system of this world. You wake up, go to work, get off and mess around, go to sleep, and repeat with occasional vacations. I hated this and it made me depressed. Music was my only way to cope. One day one of the owners of a local lasik vision place I was doing grunt work for to make some side cash asked me “If you could do anything with your life, money aside, what would you do?” at the time I told her I wanted to work with computers. I had just built my first computer from scratch and felt like the smartest kid in the world. Coincidentally enough she had just purchased an IT company. It was a start got up with 3 employees including the founder, but was on track to be something great. I had got a paid internship as a computer repair technician before I was out of high school. I was so stoked until about six months in. I had learned I hated working in an office and technology is as boring as it is intricate. Honestly the people were my only saving grace at that job. The founder and the owner were both some of the best people I have ever met, and my co-workers were some of the smartest, funniest, and kindest people I knew. One of them even taught me the power of manifestation. I just really hated the work I was doing. It didn't really interest me and when I wasn't talking to my co-workers I was bored to depression. It was at that job I had remembered the CEO asking me “If you could do anything with your life, money aside, what would you do?” and with my love for music I had decided to pursue music. I also decided to manifest a successful career for myself in music. I bought a drum set and had no idea what I was doing. I learned the drums and found that it was hard to find musicians that wanted to start a band, let alone take it seriously. I then decided to start producing, so I could make all the instruments, drums, and vocals myself. Soon enough I had produced my first full indie rock album “lost”. After that I joined Antique Records and became an EDM producer, DJ, and part owner of the company

It does reflect the endeavour work of yours!

Moving to next,

— Which artist inspires you the most and why?

He replied- “My biggest inspiration is Tame Impala. His unique electronic sounds, his out of this world vocals, and his trippy mixing skills blew my mind the first time I heard his music. Nobody was doing anything like this guy was, and I couldn't even put a name to his genre. He was so different yet so successful. His style inspired me to be myself with my music and really make something that's out there and as long as it sounds good to me and my own standards, that's all that would matter

Tame Impala is a Psychedelic pop legends! Just One Man Show!

So our last question was,

— Any final words for our reader and people listening to your music?

He replied- “Fuck what people say about you. Your friends, fans, random strangers, family, boss, government officials, all of them. Be who you truly are inside and do what you want with your life. Work hard for what you want and always be respectful to others, and you will find success in everything. Don't let anybody's opinion about you bring you down. Even if it takes time, you can do anything with your life and be who ever you want to be. Don't expect it to be easy either. I did at first, but I was so determined to be my true self I didn't let the reality of the hard work bring me down. I just changed my drive and put everything I got into myself. Do the same for yourself because you deserve it

We loved and enjoyed your song so much and so our audience will too!

From here, we end our interview with G1tich, “Interdimensional Ear Worms”. If you guys like Heavy bass dubstep with glitch bass, then we promise you won't be disappointed.

Lastly, We would like Josh for giving his time to us with this banger song.

You can pre-save the album “Revolving Shores” by clicking here.



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