After its initial listen, ‘Fall 4 U’ is a bit disconcerting as it is completely rooted in total sopping wet drippy AM balladry. Repeated listens reveal a gorgeous neon sheen and some wonderful production so the ’80s radio earnestness takes a back seat. The Balearic synth workout and Glasser’s uncharacteristic straight-forward contribution seal the deal…. Read more »

Posted on August 27th, 2012


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For Glasser’s last song on her European tour last week she came out and did an capella version of Pentangle’s ‘Let No Man Steal Your Thyme’. It stunned the room into silence. Thanks to Sasha Bond for the video. The similarities in her voice to one Leslie Feist is undeniable here. Read Alan Reilly’s review… Read more »

Posted on March 3rd, 2011




Lindstrøm does his swirling disco thing on Glasser’s ‘Mirrorage’. Basically, an extended version of an already awesome song. Cameron Mesirow aka Glasser is on a European tour from late January and plays Crawdaddy in Dublin on February 24th, a show I’m very much looking forward to and you should be too. Glasser – Mirrorage (Lindstrøm… Read more »

Posted on January 10th, 2011


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One of my favourite musical discoveries of 2010, Jesse Cohen and Eric Emm aka Tanlines release a 2 disc compilation of all of their work so far, serving as a salivating precursor to the band’s debut album in 2011. The tracklisting consists of their excellent Settings EP, remixes, deleted singles and new stuff. You can… Read more »

Posted on November 30th, 2010


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Glasser at CMJ by Will Deitz

Dave Rawkblog’s 2010 Bands You Can Ignore list is a fine example of blog aggravation. Containing a list of 2010 bands you don’t need to hear before making a year-end list, it was bound to stir up some strong opinion. There are certainly a few bands on that list that personally I’d never tell you… Read more »

Posted on October 26th, 2010


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