PHΛIUS // PULSΛR GLITCH
I actually started playing metal and rock before I started making EDM. I started playing metal in 2012, and I started making EDM in 2014.
Originally, between 2011 and 2015, I made music under "Corpse United". Fun lil' easter egg: I still use that name as my label. Between 2015 and 2019, I used the alias "_L1m1t3d_" but I decided it was too edgy, and that I needed a more suitable name that people could remember.
"Pulsar Glitch" is actually an astronomical term used to describe a sudden increase in the rotational frequency of a pulsar, which is a magnetized neutron star with beams of radiation emitting from its magnetic poles.
Under the name Pulsar Glitch, I have released an album and five EPs, with more to come very soon!
Pulsar Glitch blurs the lines among many sub-genres of electronic and metal, but usually consisting of synthwave, trance, drum & bass, ambient, and progressive house. I've been told that my music sounds like a combination of deadmau5 and Nine Inch Nails with a unique twist.
My signature minimalistic and raw sound is probably due to my excessive use of analog synths and what could typically be considered minimal plugin use, just to achieve a very "natural" and "human" sound.
Aside from music, I'm a huge nerd. I've always been a tech buff, including my knowledge and love of both computers and astronomy (clearly).
My current setup is a custom desktop (Ryzen 7 3700X, RTX 2070, 32GB RAM, 256GB + 1TB NVMe SSDs), 27" 1440p 144Hz and 27" 1440p 75Hz monitors, and a 2018 base model Razer Blade 15.
Over the years I've acquired a Korg Prologue 16, an IK UNO, a Schecter C-6 Deluxe, a Behringer UMC202HD, and Dynaudio BM5A studio monitors. I also use a 1984 Carvin X100B tube head with a 4x12 Marshall cabinet. Sometimes I will use a Dillion VMB500 bass.
That's a lot about me, whew!
I'm Phaius Wolgast, AKA Pulsar Glitch! I'm 18 years old and I live in Arizona, USA. I've been playing music for almost my whole life and I have a bunch of other hobbies like playing video games with my friends, making YouTube videos, and building computers.