I adore the work of Rob Sheridan. His work as Creative Director for Nine Inch Nails has peaked my interest for the better part of the last decade. Through his twitter and tumblr accounts he shared some details on his method in achieving Analog Glitch as well as a recommendation for an iOS app called Decim8.
Decim8 lets you apply an affect or combination of affects to photos on your phone. If you concoct a combination of affects that you find particularly interesting, you can save these combinations of affects as a preset to be applied to other photos. I wouldn't call these affects filters. Each affect is an interesting blend of being completely random, while imposing a consistent style.
I gave myself an assignment. Using Decim8, along with Snapseed and Glitché, I posted a Glitch a day, over 3 weeks, to my Instagram account. What I took away from it was small catalogue, as well as a better understanding of how imposing blur and texture can really alter the sense of depth in a picture. I'm not sure where I'm headed with it, but I'll keep looking.