Hybrid Glitch has been in it's current formation since November of 2002. All band members have many years experience ranging from live performance to studio recording. Hybrid Glitch has shared the same stage as nationally known acts Sevendust, Element Eighty, and American Motherload and was recently excepted into the 2004 MECA Music Conference in Chicago, IL. The four-piece rock group has spent the past two years working in studios such as Sound Logic, ARS, Omni Sound, and CAP Studios and signed with Dust to Dust Records in the summer of 2004. Hybrid Glitch has been recognized in magazines such as The Beat, Illinois Entertainer, Nuvo, Journal & Courier, TGIF and Tipp-C. The band has also been recognized on several radio stations such as 95.3 The Rocket, 94.7 The Zone, X103.3, and The Bob and Tom Show. Hybrid Glitch has been recognized on websites such as Indymusic.net, Benchmarkrecords.com, Garagebands.com, and Thirdleg.net. 'Powerfully Energetic' best describes the rock group Hybrid Glitch. Their original music portrays energetic lead vocals, with unique guitar riffs, driving bass lines, and heart-stopping drum licks. This distinctive sound can be heard on their debut self-titled CD 'Hybrid Glitch'. Bryan Denham 29 Lafayette,IN. Drums ------- Bryan plays Pearl drums with DDrum triggers, Shure mics, Alesis processors and Sabian cymbals. His 15 yrs. experience behind the drums is displayed in his unique 'off beat' style which is portrayed by artists such as Glen Graham, Neil Peart, and Buddy Rich. Bryan has been described as having 'impeccable timing'. Scott Denham 35 Lafayette,IN. Vocals ------ Scott uses Shure mics. His 12 yrs. experience ranges from lead vocals, guitar, bass, drums, keys, as well as harp. Scott portrays a 'big voice' of which he gained from imitating such artists as Scott Stapp, Brandon Boyd, and Scott Weiland. Troy Anderson Rossville,IN. Guitars ------ Brian Bundy Lafayette,IN. Bass ------ Chad Cree Rossville,IN. Guitars ------ .