Boomkat Product Review:
Exquisite, captivating pop music from Cameron Mesirow aka Glasser. Hotly tipped by those in the know, Glasser's debut is set to be one of 2010's albums to watch, featuring production from Fever Ray's preferred studio unit, Van Rivers and The Subliminal Kid, focusing on her pure, crystalline vocals which have won very favourable comparisons to Bjork and Au Revoir Simone. Initial listens ascertain a classical set of pop instincts at play, from the soaring choral arrangements set to fizzing Four Tet-alike rhythms in 'Home' or the naturally folksy cadence of disparate elements in 'Glad' and the future classic 'Plane Temp'. Sitting at the centre of her sound is the remarkable 'T', a boldly up-to-the-minute yet unconventional synthpop diamond, followed by the ohrwurm hooks of 'Tremel' and the blatantly Fever Ray inspired 'Mirrorage', and even toying with lilting Afrobeat timbres in 'Treasury Of We'. There's a very wide appeal to Glasser's sound which should instantly register with lovers of The XX, Four Tet or Bjork, given half a chance. Highly Recommended.