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'Interiors', Cameron Mesirow's second full length release as Glasser, is the document of three years spent in transition since the release of her debut album, 'Ring'. The Glasser we find on 'Interiors' is smoother and smokier, more confident and defined against an increasingly stoic electronic music backdrop. The considered instrumentation purposefully couples synthetic and organic sounds - real strings, reeds and drums combined with programmed ones. As on 'Ring', there are sounds used for unlikely purposes; vocals used as percussive accents, or melodic themes assembled from environmental sounds. The song 'Design' illustrates this with Cameron's own pitched-down vocals serving as a writhing bass line in the frantic depiction of lust.
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