The Glass’ Wanna Be Dancin’ is out TODAY on iTunes & 12” vinyl on Plant Music
“Wanna Be Dancin'”, the first single from The Glass’ upcoming album is a bleep filled ode to summer pastimes filled with hypnotic vocals, snappy drums, slick synths and shimmering piano lines and dreamy chorus. The single has received a lot of love from Pete Tong on his BBC Radio 1 show and been getting huge club & DJ support across the globe including plays on KISS in London, Berlin’s Fritz FM, Swedish National radio and KCRW in LA as well as a Fluo Kids blog post today.
Check out the amazing video and feel jealous that you aren’t at a Lego Rave right now!
Remixes come courtesy of DC’s Nadastrom, Inflagranti, Eli Escobar & more.
“Wanna Be Dancin” on iTunes
The Glass are Dominique Keegan and Glen Brady. A truly transnational act, Dominique lives in New York where he runs Plant Music and Glen holds it down in Berlin where he has his studio and production house under his solo moniker Dj Wool. The act tours both as a 2 man live electro act or as a 3 piece live band and have upcoming dates in NYC at Studio B and at Ruff Club at then end of June.
As The Glass they’ve released many singles, including ‘Won’t Bother Me’ and ‘Come Alive’ (featured in CSI NY, The Unit & more) from their 7 track 2007 EP ‘Couples Therapy’. Putting their fans first and foremost they’ve brought their music to the masses by working with the blogs to champion their music and have had hundreds of posts and over 100,000 downloads of their tracks and DJ mixes. They recently did a cover of The Smiths ‘Girlfriend in a Coma’ for The Music Slut blog which you can check out HERE and are currently remixing ESL’s Ursula 1000 and Los Angeles band du moment Caszio all while finishing their upcoming full length album.
And in their established “Putting the Fans First” fashion please enjoy this single for FREE…Download HERE
Pete Tong (about- Wanna Be Dancin’) on Radio One: “This is pretty Tasty…”
“Live Indietronica production outfit the Glass has been keeping electronic music interesting in NYC” – AOL/Spinner.com
“Club bangers that will undoubtedly have the kids’ asses shaking like they were on fire. If you’re into LCD Soundsystem, Justice, !!!, The Rapture, etc. etc. you’ll love these guys too” -The Tripwire
“The Glass successfully combines hipster rock with techno, creating the ideal sound for people who like dance clubs and hate Usher.” – FreeIndie.com
“The Glass manages to tower above the vast majority with great ease” -The Music Slut
“Together they create intoxicating music which is a perfect concoction of indie aesthetics and dance fundamentals.” – Missing Toof
“absolutely love them. again, these mixes are like their other work, fantastic.” – Big Stereo