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Editors’ Notes

With so many male artists ruling the electronica genre, Glasser’s Cameron Mesirow could be heralded as a welcome female counter to Gold Panda, Flying Lotus, et al; or, she could just be welcomed to the club on the merits of her skill as a composer and vocalist. Ring is a beguiling concoction of elements that are earthly and organic, yet sleekly contemporary — and intrinsically wedded to the digital age. Tribal elements (chanting vocals, wood blocks, animal sounds) accent canopies of gliding synths, while smoothly looping tones mimic water dripping, or woodwinds. Mesirow’s celestial voice is simple and straightforward when she wants it to be (it’s especially lovely when surrounded by the glassy chiming of “Mirrorage”), and is softly sculpted into textures and patterns that weave easily into each tune. If Sinéad O’Connor had started making music (with computers) in 2010 instead of the ‘80s, she might have conjured something like “Glad,” or super-cool bonus track “Temp On.” Ring has an inarguably feminine touch, and a kind of cosmic serenity and mystery that’s quite appealing.

Customer Reviews


I'm not usually big on this type of music, but I have to say this is actually rather soothing and enjoyable :D

Might even end up buying the entire album...



I dare you not to fall in love with "Apply"

It's almost ironic that an electronic artist can create such warmth in a genre that is viewed as quite cold and unpersonal. I very much appreciate the pairing of Mesirow's silky, gliding vocals with the gutteral, at times tribal drumming and percussion. It's an absurdly clever album, and let's not lie, the chirping and hooting in "Apply" is just plain awesome.


Born: Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

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...
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Ring (Bonus Track Edition), Glasser
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: Sep 27, 2010

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