BY MAEGAN TINGLING
The beautifully haunting voice paired with tribal, melodic, synthetic and organic electronic sounds sets the tone for Cameron Mesirow’s sophomore album, Interiors.
Mesirow–who goes by the stage name Glasser, released Interiors three years after her initial 2010 debut album Ring. The album’s central themes are focused on love and anxiety and the constraints of both in the landscape of one’s life.
The combination of strings, drums, reeds and programmed sounds– a coupling of natural enemies, creates a sound like no other; there’s almost no distinction between acoustic instruments and electronically-produced sounds. Glasser’s music combined with her smooth and ethereal vocals on tracks such as her debut single “Shape” and “Landscape,” speak of her recent personal life changes.
Catch Glasser Nov. 4 at in San Francisco at The Chapel. Doors open at 8pm and tickets are $18 in advance and $20 at the door.
She will also be playing at the Free Wildlife Refuge in Seattle Nov. 2.
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