N-A-R-C (New Age Real Change), is the latest project from singer/songwriter Pepi Ginsberg, her first release on her own Inscape Records, an imprint she…Read More
Glasser is the ethereal electronic project of Cameron Mesirow, a Los Angeles native surrounded by classic and more challenging music since birth. Mesirow’s father is a member of the Blue Man Group, while her mother played with Human Sexual Response in the ‘70s and ‘80s. She grew up listening to Motown and new wave, but in her teens she discovered punk, grunge, and ska. By the time she was in her twenties, Mesirow felt ready to make her own music, and inspired by a vision she had of a figure hovering over water, her nom de musique became Glasser. She crafted GarageBand demos that pitted her delicate, swooping vocals over spare electronic rhythms and circular melodies that evoked avant-garde music and global folk at the same time. These tracks made their way to the labels True Panther and Young Turks, which released the Apply EP in 2009 and the Tremel single in 2010. Glasser toured with the xx and Sigur Rós’ Jónsi with a rotating cast of supporting players including producers Van Rivers and the Subliminal Kid, who worked with her on her debut album. Ring (so named for its flowing structure), which arrived in September 2010.
Bouquet, the minimalist duo recently released their debut EP In a Dream. The tracks on the EP offers a look into Bouquet’s uncanny universe…Read More
Experimental singer songwriter Glasser aka Cameron Mesirow is to release her second album entitled Interiors which follows a little break since the release of her first LP and EP in 2009 and 2010 respectively.Read More
On October 8, Glasser will release her second album of ethereal, evocative pop music, Interiors. Yesterday, on the heels of debut track “Shape”, Glasser released the song and video for “Design” (directed by Jonathan Turner).Read More