Last month, I totally nerded out for The Glass' single Four Four Letter, and each of its subsequently impressive remixes (seriously, the Bad Decision fix is **muah** perfection). Now, less than a week out from their debut album, At Swim Two Birds, getting it's proper digital release via Plant Music, y'all can get a taste of their delectable ditties that already have me swaying and salivating. Both compliments.
November 16 is the official release date for the debut full-length, but how nice of the dudes to let us 'ear in on the entire offering before it's out and about. Err, well, the CD is available on Amazon right now, but BAH!, who buys those anymore?
Stream The Glass' At Swim Two Birds in its entirety here.
I love getting press releases under the guise and notion that "...people are loving it..." because that inevitably means, yep, there's not a chance in hell I'm jumping on board that already crowded train. But so goes NOT the case when it comes to The Glass' new single, Four Four Letter, since when tossed into Beastonia all tight and tidy-like, well shit, the people have spoken and the people are more than loving it...and by people, I mean me. And by loving, I mean obsessing, duh.
While earlier this year, the track began to float around, I inevitably missed it and shame shame shame on me, but that's neither here nor there. Four Four Letter is the new single by NYC and Berlin buddies, The Glass (Dominique Keegan & Glen 'DJ Wool' Brady). Co-Produced by London's Jagz Kooner, the song is part disco, part indie dance, has a soft pop vocal and is a dead ringer for all I've been getting in and down on and to lately.
Remixes come courtesy of Black Van (DFA) who are Kris Menace and Oliver Kowalski (Moonbootica), UK Bass heroes HeavyFeet, who bring some UK Garage to the table, and house music legend Ian Pooley. Newcomers Bad Decision go straight to disco teching things out a little and that's naturally my favorite fix.
You get the original for free, a stream of said aced out mix, and the word that Four Four Letter is out now on Beatport and October 22 on iTunes. So do something about it. Trust!