CD Review – The Glass (Dance the night away)

CD Review – The Glass (Dance the night away)

At Swim Two Birds

Plant Music

If you are looking to dance the night away with bouncy techno/house/disco music, then look no further than The Glass. Ten tracks of pure electro-bliss (including the fantastic “Michael McDonald”) encompasses every aspect of electronic music (similar to early Moby) with added rock and pop just for flavor. The title looks like they just took four random words and threw them together, until you realize that one half of the duo (Glen “DJ Wool” Brady) has a love for the ocean and swimming (he was a teenage water polo champion) and the other half (Dominique Keegan) thinks of himself as an ornithologist in his spare time. Hence the title At Swim Two Birds. Even with the strange title, this is an album to check out for all electronica fans.

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