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The 5 Best Videos Of The Week

I didn't do one of these columns last week, since there were almost no music videos. At this point, the music industry has stretched and woken up, a few big albums and mixtapes have come out, a lot more are on the way, and the holiday lull is officially over. This has not yet spread… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 10, 2014

Glasser – “Shape” Video

Glasser's placid electronic pop seems to emanate from a world inside Cameron Mesirow's skull, and her new video for "Shape," the single from her 2013 album Interiors, offers some idea of what that world might look like. In the clip, Mesirow dances across a CGI landscape, a place that looks like some combination of… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 9, 2014

Stream Glasser Interiors

In addition to a stream of "Shape" and a video for "Design," Cameron Mesirow's Glasser previewed snippets from all 12 tracks from Ring follow-up Interiors on Instagram. Now you can hear the full album in all its glycerine splendor. Stream it below. More »

By: Chris DeVille / September 30, 2013

Glasser – “Design” Video

"Design" is the second full track Cameron Mesirow, bka Glasser, has shared from her upcoming album Interiors, which you can preview here. Its Justin Turner-directed clip features Mesirow dancing through a sparsely decorated room, interacting with a constantly-morphing sculpture. Check out the video and a note about the clip from Mesirow, as well… More »

By: Claire Lobenfeld / September 12, 2013

Glasser Interiors Details

Last week, Cameron Mesirow, bka Glasser, released "Shape," the first material from her upcoming Interiors. Tom raved about it in our 5 Best Songs weekly wrap-up because it totally rules and now you can preview the rest of the songs from the 12-track album via 15-second video clips on Instagram. Listen to them… More »

By: Claire Lobenfeld / August 27, 2013

The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

It's been awhile since an MP3 post has dominated the Most Commented list around these parts, but this week there were two. On Monday, Nine Inch Nails, after putting out two songs that harkened back to what made them initially hit, released "Everything," an unadulterated alt-pop cut, and you guys had a lot to… More »

By: Stereogum / August 23, 2013

Glasser – “Shape”

Cameron Mesirow records floaty, splintered, bass-heavy pop music as Glasser, and her 2010 debut album Ring was a tingly, evocative, and deeply underrated piece of work. It's been a long minute since we've heard anything new from her, but today, she debuted the track "Shape," which sounds like what might've happened if Homogenic-era Björk… More »

By: Tom Breihan / August 21, 2013

Delorean – “Destitute Time”

Delorean are holding true to their promise: Both in "Spirit," the first single for their upcoming record Apar, and in "Destitute Time," their newest track, the band has indeed replaced their "chopped up female vocal samples" with "actual singers." "Destitute Time" is a low but colorful dance-pop track, and features label mate Glasser o… More »

By: Elliah Heifetz / August 7, 2013

Remixtape Vol. 6

It's the return of Remixtape, the feature where I listen to a tremendous amount of shitty blog-bait "X Remixes Y" tracks and weed out those worth your weed-out. (Right?) Volume 6 opens with this month's undisputed champion of tracks bearing Remix in their title: the indomitable "Huzzah!" featuring a fierce set of relatively underground… More »

By: Amrit Singh / September 30, 2011

Glasser – “Treasury Of We (Delorean Remix)”

Two True Panther teammates hook up for this remix of Glasser's "Treasury Of We," wherein Delorean neatly weaves in its own pulsing, vibrant shimmer for mutual benefit. Glasser's stuff is sort of built for re-interpretation, perhaps none finer than Tanlines' 2009 remix of "Apply." Grab the track down below:… More »

By: Corban Goble / August 22, 2011

Scenes From Coachella ’11: Saturday

While we wait for Kanye's Super Secret Surprise Guests (Rebecca Black?), let's glance back at yesterday's highlights. AnCo, Erykah Badu, Arcade Fire, Big Audio Dynamite, Bright Eyes, Cults, Suede, Glasser, Mumford & Sons, and many more were on hand for Day 2 in the desert. Photos by Graeme Flegenheimer. Enjoy. More »

By: Scott Lapatine / April 17, 2011

Glasser Brings “Mirrorage” To Fallon

As folks familiar with her live show would've expected, Glasser's Cameron Mesirow dressed up to perform Ring's "Mirrorage" on Fallon last night, but she really went for it. Kinda feels like a trip to Epcot Center. This was her American television debut. More »

By: brandon / March 1, 2011

Remixtape: Vol. I

Most remixes are shit. This new feature exists in defense of The Remix. So, welcome to Remixtape: a monthly compilation of the best recent remix MP3s floating around the internet because despite the glut of garish promo bloghouse crap, there are actually still people doing this thing artfully. Because there's an actual art to thi… More »

By: Amrit Singh / February 11, 2011

Glasser Perform “Treasury Of We,” Explain Their Innovative Live MIDI Set Up

Glasser is, essentially, the work of Cameron Mesirow. Her Ring LP is a maximalist take on the evocative, tense art pop sketches she wowed us with in GarageBand demo form last year, landed her on our list of Best New Bands this one. For her full-length debut and its widescreen orchestration, Cameron enlisted productio… More »

By: Amrit Singh / November 15, 2010

The 10 Best Videos Of The Week

This week's most watchable videos include new, color-saturated clips from Flying Lotus, Willow Smith (!), and Kaybelrex, and mesmerizing videos from Soars, Hundred In The Hands, and Glasser. Sometime between watching these videos, take a look at this 20/20 investigative report on the music industry and music videos from back in 1980. Here they… More »

By: jessica / October 22, 2010

Glasser – “Mirrorage” Video

Glasser's label True Panther talked about how Ring was actually structured like a ring, with no beginning or end, when they sent out the stream. Keep that in mind while watching the "Mirrorage" video. Here the camera travels around the edge of a circular room, as Glasser's Cameron Mesirow appears in different dress and… More »

By: jessica / October 20, 2010

Stream Glasser Ring

Mandatory weekend listening alert: Glasser's Ring, the forthcoming full-length debut from Cameron Mesirow's project, a member of 2010's Class of Stereogum40, and poised for a proper and just profile raise on the back of this effort, the virtues of which we've touched upon when discussing the lovely lead single "Home." Thanks to a… More »

By: Amrit Singh / September 17, 2010

Stereogum’s 40 Best New Bands Of 2010

With fall on the horizon, we're escaping a slow summer and shifting into that final, fertile phase of the music year's release cycle. Which makes it a ripe time to get some perspective on the year, in terms of the big records from past favorites, and here, the bands that have introduced themselves as new… More »

By: Stereogum / September 1, 2010

Glasser – “Home”

Things are lining up quite rightly for Cameron Mesirow. Her project Glasser got our attention as a GarageBand document with expansive promise. At our 2009 CMJ showcase, she turned up with fellow True Panther associates Tanlines as backing band; in the time since, she's experimented with live setups, occasionally just a manned lapto… More »

By: Amrit Singh / August 18, 2010

Cut Copy, Glasser, Restless People, Memory Tapes @ JellyNYC Pool Party 8/8/10

They played a Chicago afterparty Friday, Lollapalooza on Saturday, then Cut Copy were back in NYC to headline the next Pool Party on Sunday. But what they lacked in sleep they made up for with sweat, opening with "Lights & Music" and keeping the (also sweaty) waterfront crowd dancing through new track "Blink… More »

By: jessica / August 10, 2010
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