Nicholas Hasty, better known by the artist name SOUL GLITCH, is an American multi-instrumentalist, singer, producer and controllerist. Based in Northern California, SOUL GLITCH creates Epic Soultronica, a dynamic fusion of indietronica, electro-pop and synth-pop genres,
Soul Glitch electrifies the musical experience. An unfolding, shifting, and expanding multi-sensory encounter with music that nourishes the body and soul. A musical technology that constructs and deconstructs the themes of universal connection living inside us all.
Soul Glitch is a multi-sensory journey that takes live Electro-Pop into unexplored territories. A synergy of acoustic instruments, synthesizers, and audio effects in a real-time re-mix of live performance delivers an unshakable reminder of what is possible when you disrupt the established framework of artistic creation.
Through purposeful layering of synth-heavy production, melodic instrumentation, rich harmonies, and heartfelt vocals, Hasty brings us a cutting-edge, atmospheric experience that transcends the typical musical paradigm.
This is the experience of Soul Glitch. Tuning in to our higher selves and finding meaningful purpose in the interdependency of humanity and all living things through sound, imagery, and visceral sensation.
“Soul Glitch, the brainchild of Nicholas Hasty, has created an electrifying musical project that seamlessly fuses technology and art to deliver a multi-sensory experience like no other. With his latest, "Need to Stay," Soul Glitch dives deep into the collective conscience, delivering a powerful anthem that urges listeners to confront societal injustices and take a stand for what is right.” - Austin Sher
“It is Hasty’s deepest wishes that his music has a positive and profound impact on others. He deeply believes that there is, in each and every one of us, a boundless capacity for love, empathy and connectedness to each other and the world we inhabit. His love of humanity is evident in his lyrics which promotes self-awareness, emotional intelligence and personal growth.”