“From the pad-driven praise of aphrodisiacs in ‘Pheromone’ to the amusingly upbeat and slightly Rapture-esque ‘Washed Up’, everything from hints of disco to techno can be heard wandering throughout, yet the point of view is never diluted.”
– URB.com (4/5 stars)
“A longstanding New York-Berlin collaboration between Dubliners/DJ/producers Dominique Keegan and Glen ‘DJ Wool’ Brady is taken to the next level with this smart full-length.” – Big Shot Magazine
Once two musical scallywags Jager-bombing their way around the East Village in spray-on jeans and worn out sneakers, The Glass have refined their lifestyle and sound to sexy results with their debut album At Swim Two Birds, out November 16 on Plant Music.
At Swim Two Birds is both an electronic album and a pop record, fusing the freshest production with catchy music and choruses. The Glass is Dominique Keegan and Glen “DJ Wool” Brady, who started collaborating in 2004, followed by the release of several singles and the seven-track EP Couples Therapy.
The result of At Swim Two Birds is an accomplished body of work whose title comes from Dublin author Flann O’ Brien’s 1939 novel but is also a reference to Glen’s love of the ocean and swimming (he was a teenage water polo champion) and Dom’s love of birds (he fancies himself a part-time ornithologist, even as a Manhattan resident).