Glasser, the one-woman project of
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter and electronic musician
debuted with the amateurish EP Apply (True Panther, 2009).
Ring (True Panther, 2010) boasted lush arrangements and an emphasis
The new version of Apply is a
languid Enya-esque wordless chant over
a tribal polyrhythm and majestic electronic lines.
Echoes of Enya (Orinoco) again permeate the vocal games of
Plane Temp, the sunniest ditty (with a surrealistic finale of unwinding
The best rhythm inflates Mirrorage, that also boasts the most creative
vocal opening. The percussions intone their own pow-wow concerto while the
female voices play hide and seek.
She effortlessly ventures into intricate exotic threnodies such as
Glad and Tremel.
Some of the songs border on easy-listening muzak, but where it works her
art is refreshingly devoid of constraints.
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