Glitch (music)

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Glitch is a genre of experimental electronica that emerged in the mid to late 1990s. Glitch is characterized by the use of sonic artifacts that result from malfunctioning digital devices, such as CD skipping, audio bugs, system errors, and digital distortion. In recent times, this has been mixed with more traditional electronic music to give a wide variety of subgenres.