Okay so I started with audio again here. I don't even know how many channels I was working with but it was a heck of a lot. It took about 2 days to get the audio going - which really isn't that long considering how long it took on previous projects. I then took the audio to Final Cut Pro, where I started editing and Time-Remapping some footage to some of the glitches and beats. I kept some glitches edit free - knowing that I was going to need some as cues for the movement of text.
After the edit and plotting out all the glitches using markers and extended markers [to indicate the length of the glitches] in Final Cut Pro - I exported an XML and then used a cool little free script called FCPtoAE to get all the edited and time-remapped footage across to After Effects. Then came the monster of all tasks - motion-tracking all the footage so that the text moves relative to the footage - at least to some extent. This was rather tricky, especially since it was my first time to do it - learned so much!
The grade kinda happened in sections as I moved across the footage for title treatment. Lastly I added a film burn stock over some of the glitches just to add a little more dimension.