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Our album, Fantods, is available on the following platforms, and many other places:
Sep 2015 - NEW SONGS!
Last night, we played live on Club Integral's show in Resonance FM. The programme is available on demand on Mixcloud. The whole show is truly excellent - especially Andrew's memory failure. However, for Glassglue fans with short attention spans, our new songs can be found as follows: "Mazey Afternoon" 15 min, "High Speed Train" 32 min, and "I Saw Bertie" 46 min 30 sec.
We will be playing at another Club Integral event at I'klectik near Waterloo on Saturday (16th Sept). We will be opening for Jhp/art Errorist (FaUst), veteran reeds and electronics experimenter Geoff Leigh (Henry Cow, Black Sheep, The Artaud Beats), electronic sound artist and painter Max Manac'h (FaUSt), and young drum prodigy George MacDonald (The Kid Kapichi), who will join forces in various configurations for an evening of off-the-leash KrautRock, ambient, & electronic improvisations With Melanie Clifford: moving image.
We will be playing a Club Integral event at The Others in Stoke Newington on April 24th. Other acts are yet to be confirmed.
Our album, Fantods, is available from Bandcamp, Amazon, Google Play, Spotify and iTunes:
From Friday 6th December, you will be able to buy our album, Fantods, from all good music sites. Here's the link to Amazon:
Lee McFadden's review is in Mudkiss:
November 2013 Reviews it's about half way down.
Our album, Fantods, is being released by Hans-Joachim Irmler's Klangbad Records, to download from 6th December. Here's what the PR people have to say about it:
Fantods album release, press release (PDF)
We are playing at Mme Jojo's on Monday 12th August - see our Facebook page for details.
We now have a Twitter feed which will keep you informed of gigs, releases and new stuff to see and hear on this website. Just click on the button at the top of the page. Our Twitter ID is @g1assg1ue with numeric 1s instead of lower-case Ls. We were too late to snap up the name, glassglue. This time it wasn't grabbed by a glue-maker. Probably a fan of Edward Gorey.
Our Facebook page now has a proper address: facebook.com/glassglue.music. Outrageous that it may seem, we had to add the DOT MUSIC to our name because an actual glue manufacturer has a page called "glassglue".
That is, Soren Stirling's video of our song, "Embarrassing":