Merging the urgency of dance-rock with slick electronica seems, the Los Angeles-based duo Glycerin created in 2004. Korean-born, Texas-raised vocalist Anna Track started her musical profession in LA as a vocalist/songwriter; while surviving in the town, she fell deeply in love with digital dance music and started seeking a task that would enable her to function inside the genre. In the mean time, High M (maker) was leading a occupied life — furthermore to co-founding the Wifflefist designer collective and leading the rings Polycarp and Friend Part Monkey in Chapel Hill, NC, he was also focusing on digital music compositions in both his used condition and his hometown of LA. Upon returning completely to the Western Coastline, he and Track came collectively through mutual close friends (and an opportunity conference in London). After producing hype through their concert events, Glycerin released their debut recording, Motionless, on Crimson Station Information in January 2008.