A sense of psychogeography hums underneath the surface of a lot of music. Yet in Glasser's new album, Interiors, it is not just present, but a part of the thematic foundation. Not too long after Glasser's Cameron Mesirow released her debut album, Ring, in 2010, she moved from her horizon-stretching home state of California to the vertically-crammed spaces of New York. In a city where space is premium, "space" would become a fixation for Interiors, a guiding concept for a collection of textured electronic songs that are both dense enough with ideas to fittingly reflecting the physical environment that they were nurtured in, as well as sonically expansive enough to stretch and breathe unconfined.
Glasser Band Interview Feature Text by Ian King; Original Interview by Ingmar Carlson