Glasser’s Cameron Mesirow has an epic voice, and that is not hyperbole. It's a voice best seen in the context of nature films or big wave surfing (if you are into that sort of thing)—you know those movies that show ice cliffs falling into the ocean? That's how her voice sounds. Or helicopter footage of mountains covered in rain forest? Her voice sounds like that, too. On “Mirrorage” Mesirow belts out above xylophone, electronic blips, and chimes. One gets the idea that Mesirow could sing over a bucket drummer playing for tips on a subway platform and still have the same ability to transport the listener to a pristine landscape thousands of miles from the nearest turnstile.
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