Akin to Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell, GLASSER is the one-woman orchestra of Cameron Mesirow. Her 2009 debut ep, 'Apply', was lush and expansive despite being made by Cameron on her own, in airplanes and shoe stores, on GarageBand. Garnering critical attention from fellow musicians, Cameron worked with the likes of Fever Ray and Blonde Redhead producers to add strings, woodwinds, bass and percussion to her simple, minimal melodies and rapturous vocals, reworking her arrangements into their current fulsome glory - her voice becomes a focal instrument, delivering abstract stories and sounds that drench the music in emotion without resorting to narrative cliches. PLUS Sahil Transparent and Caius Pawson (Young Turks) "/>
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SAHIL TRANSPARENT
CAIUS PAWSON (YOUNG TURKS)
The Macbeth
Monday 11 October 2010

Akin to Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell, GLASSER is the one-woman orchestra of Cameron Mesirow. Her 2009 debut ep, ‘Apply’, was lush and expansive despite being made by Cameron on her own, in airplanes and shoe stores, on GarageBand.

Garnering critical attention from fellow musicians, Cameron worked with the likes of Fever Ray and Blonde Redhead producers to add strings, woodwinds, bass and percussion to her simple, minimal melodies and rapturous vocals, reworking her arrangements into their current fulsome glory – her voice becomes a focal instrument, delivering abstract stories and sounds that drench the music in emotion without resorting to narrative cliches.

PLUS Sahil Transparent and Caius Pawson (Young Turks)



Glasser

Glasser

SAHIL TRANSPARENT
CAIUS PAWSON (YOUNG TURKS)
The Macbeth
Monday 11 October 2010

Akin to Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell, GLASSER is the one-woman orchestra of Cameron Mesirow. Her 2009 debut ep, ‘Apply’, was lush and expansive despite being made by Cameron on her own, in airplanes and shoe stores, on GarageBand.

Garnering critical attention from fellow musicians, Cameron worked with the likes of Fever Ray and Blonde Redhead producers to add strings, woodwinds, bass and percussion to her simple, minimal melodies and rapturous vocals, reworking her arrangements into their current fulsome glory – her voice becomes a focal instrument, delivering abstract stories and sounds that drench the music in emotion without resorting to narrative cliches.

PLUS Sahil Transparent and Caius Pawson (Young Turks)



Glasser

Glasser

SAHIL TRANSPARENT
CAIUS PAWSON (YOUNG TURKS)
The Macbeth
Monday 11 October 2010

Akin to Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell, GLASSER is the one-woman orchestra of Cameron Mesirow. Her 2009 debut ep, ‘Apply’, was lush and expansive despite being made by Cameron on her own, in airplanes and shoe stores, on GarageBand.

Garnering critical attention from fellow musicians, Cameron worked with the likes of Fever Ray and Blonde Redhead producers to add strings, woodwinds, bass and percussion to her simple, minimal melodies and rapturous vocals, reworking her arrangements into their current fulsome glory – her voice becomes a focal instrument, delivering abstract stories and sounds that drench the music in emotion without resorting to narrative cliches.

PLUS Sahil Transparent and Caius Pawson (Young Turks)



Glasser

Glasser

SAHIL TRANSPARENT
CAIUS PAWSON (YOUNG TURKS)
The Macbeth
Monday 11 October 2010

Akin to Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell, GLASSER is the one-woman orchestra of Cameron Mesirow. Her 2009 debut ep, ‘Apply’, was lush and expansive despite being made by Cameron on her own, in airplanes and shoe stores, on GarageBand.

Garnering critical attention from fellow musicians, Cameron worked with the likes of Fever Ray and Blonde Redhead producers to add strings, woodwinds, bass and percussion to her simple, minimal melodies and rapturous vocals, reworking her arrangements into their current fulsome glory – her voice becomes a focal instrument, delivering abstract stories and sounds that drench the music in emotion without resorting to narrative cliches.

PLUS Sahil Transparent and Caius Pawson (Young Turks)



Glasser

Glasser

SAHIL TRANSPARENT
CAIUS PAWSON (YOUNG TURKS)
The Macbeth
Monday 11 October 2010

Akin to Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell, GLASSER is the one-woman orchestra of Cameron Mesirow. Her 2009 debut ep, ‘Apply’, was lush and expansive despite being made by Cameron on her own, in airplanes and shoe stores, on GarageBand.

Garnering critical attention from fellow musicians, Cameron worked with the likes of Fever Ray and Blonde Redhead producers to add strings, woodwinds, bass and percussion to her simple, minimal melodies and rapturous vocals, reworking her arrangements into their current fulsome glory – her voice becomes a focal instrument, delivering abstract stories and sounds that drench the music in emotion without resorting to narrative cliches.

PLUS Sahil Transparent and Caius Pawson (Young Turks)



Glasser

Glasser

SAHIL TRANSPARENT
CAIUS PAWSON (YOUNG TURKS)
The Macbeth
Monday 11 October 2010

Akin to Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell, GLASSER is the one-woman orchestra of Cameron Mesirow. Her 2009 debut ep, ‘Apply’, was lush and expansive despite being made by Cameron on her own, in airplanes and shoe stores, on GarageBand.

Garnering critical attention from fellow musicians, Cameron worked with the likes of Fever Ray and Blonde Redhead producers to add strings, woodwinds, bass and percussion to her simple, minimal melodies and rapturous vocals, reworking her arrangements into their current fulsome glory – her voice becomes a focal instrument, delivering abstract stories and sounds that drench the music in emotion without resorting to narrative cliches.

PLUS Sahil Transparent and Caius Pawson (Young Turks)



Glasser

Glasser

SAHIL TRANSPARENT
CAIUS PAWSON (YOUNG TURKS)
The Macbeth
Monday 11 October 2010

Akin to Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell, GLASSER is the one-woman orchestra of Cameron Mesirow. Her 2009 debut ep, ‘Apply’, was lush and expansive despite being made by Cameron on her own, in airplanes and shoe stores, on GarageBand.

Garnering critical attention from fellow musicians, Cameron worked with the likes of Fever Ray and Blonde Redhead producers to add strings, woodwinds, bass and percussion to her simple, minimal melodies and rapturous vocals, reworking her arrangements into their current fulsome glory – her voice becomes a focal instrument, delivering abstract stories and sounds that drench the music in emotion without resorting to narrative cliches.

PLUS Sahil Transparent and Caius Pawson (Young Turks)



Glasser

Glasser

SAHIL TRANSPARENT
CAIUS PAWSON (YOUNG TURKS)
The Macbeth
Monday 11 October 2010

Akin to Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell, GLASSER is the one-woman orchestra of Cameron Mesirow. Her 2009 debut ep, ‘Apply’, was lush and expansive despite being made by Cameron on her own, in airplanes and shoe stores, on GarageBand.

Garnering critical attention from fellow musicians, Cameron worked with the likes of Fever Ray and Blonde Redhead producers to add strings, woodwinds, bass and percussion to her simple, minimal melodies and rapturous vocals, reworking her arrangements into their current fulsome glory – her voice becomes a focal instrument, delivering abstract stories and sounds that drench the music in emotion without resorting to narrative cliches.

PLUS Sahil Transparent and Caius Pawson (Young Turks)



Glasser

Glasser

SAHIL TRANSPARENT
CAIUS PAWSON (YOUNG TURKS)
The Macbeth
Monday 11 October 2010

Akin to Kate Bush using the rhythmic influence of Arthur Russell, GLASSER is the one-woman orchestra of Cameron Mesirow. Her 2009 debut ep, ‘Apply’, was lush and expansive despite being made by Cameron on her own, in airplanes and shoe stores, on GarageBand.

Garnering critical attention from fellow musicians, Cameron worked with the likes of Fever Ray and Blonde Redhead producers to add strings, woodwinds, bass and percussion to her simple, minimal melodies and rapturous vocals, reworking her arrangements into their current fulsome glory – her voice becomes a focal instrument, delivering abstract stories and sounds that drench the music in emotion without resorting to narrative cliches.

PLUS Sahil Transparent and Caius Pawson (Young Turks)







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