Glasser releases new song

2013-08-21 by Tim Schrader | 5 Comments
Electronic artist Cameron Mesirow, stage name Glasser, has released a new track from her upcoming album. The album itself has yet to be named, however, a letter from the artist on the main page of her website hints at possible titles, as well as themes likely to be present in the release to come.

The song, which is titled "Shape", can be found through her website http://www.glassermusic.com

Tagged: Glasser

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MrxSelfxDestruct
August 21st 2013
495 Comments


The sound is still similar to Ring, but the melodies/rhythms are getting more interesting and complex.

I just read that her father is a member of the blue man group, pretty cool.

codix105
August 21st 2013
5 Comments


AWESOME THANKS FOR THE NEWS!!!

MrxSelfxDestruct
August 23rd 2013
495 Comments


How does no one care about this woman?
Ring kicked ass.

mindleviticus
August 23rd 2013
9016 Comments


Ring was awesome, gonna check this out soon

MrxSelfxDestruct
August 24th 2013
495 Comments


Now''s the time!



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