Tune in to KCRW today for a live performance by Glasser on the beloved Morning Becomes Eclectic program. Los Angelenos can listen at 89.9FM, and folks the world over can hear (and see) the set at KCRW.com. It all goes down starting at 2:15PM EST/11:15AM PST, so listen up.
Glasser’s new album, Interiors, is out now and available for purchase in all the popular formats of the day at our webstore.
In a little under an hour, Glasser will be performing live on Seattle’s KEXP. The set starts at 4:00PM EDT/1:00PM, and can be heard all over the world at KEXP.org (or 90.3FM if you’re in Seattle).
But wait, you’re thinking: if Glasser is playing KEXP today, that means she is IN SEATTLE. Yes Seattle, Glasser is in your town and playing a show tonight at Fred Wildlife Refuge, and tickets are still available.
Your last chance to catch Glasser in the States for now, by the way, is Monday, November 4, at the Chapel in San Francisco.
We’re very happy to celebrate today’s release of Glasser’s second album “Interiors”. Several years now in the making, it’s an album we think elevates her craft and her voice to a place it’s never been. It’s been incredible reading peoples’ reactions to the new tunes, and we look forward to the future as more and more folks discover the world of Glasser.
She’s going on tour around the states and Europe over the next few months. Highly recommend checking out the show as she’s collaborating with some special musicians and visual artists to create a really striking multimedia show, making spaces transform from futuristic churches to infinite dancefloors and… Read More
September 12, 2013 / Blog
A few weeks ago, Glasser announced a fantastic song called “Shape”, a few days later she informed us about her forthcoming album Interiors, which is due October 8th.
Now we’re happy to share the next piece of the Interiors puzzle, a new song and video called “Design”. Glasser teased the track last night by sharing a puzzle version of it made by Cinepuzzle. Now it’s here in full.
The video was directed by Jonathan Turner and it captures the aesthetic of Interiors as a whole; it is a bold expression of reflective surfaces, both literal and metaphoric, and confines Glasser to one single room, left alone… Read More