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End Silence

Los Angeles-based glitch producer Tyler Chase, known by his Cryptex moniker, is back with his debut album, and it’s as exhilarating as it is diverse.

His first EP, Isolated Incidents has become a staple among glitch enthusiasts and led him to collaborating with MTV and Elastic.tv to create customized remixes and mashups for each category of the 2014 Video Music Awards.

End Silence, his 14-track debut album, fuses genres like glitch, dubstep, trap, moombahton, electro, classical, acoustic, hip-hop and even jazz, showcasing his truly diverse abilities as a musician. The LP also features vocals from San Francisco-grown, Portland-based Raquel Divar, Atlanta-based Aliya Smith, and Cryptex himself.

End Silence is the very first release on Cryptex’s very own label, Orphic Recordings – and it’s safe to say, he’s raised the bar extremely high.

 The aim of glitch is to balance sounds that would not always sound the most pleasing in a truly harmonious way, taking the CD Skips, the stutters, and the glitches and making them shine, captivating the listener in a complex yet melodic world of sound