Score Glimpse's "Rock Pool" for Free, Then Catch Him at the Electric Pickle This Thursday

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together some preset drum loops and samples doesn't qualify you as a bona fide

electronic music producer.

And even if you do know your shit,

that doesn't necessarily put you in the same league as UK tech-house wizard

Glimpse, AKA Chris Spero.

That's because Glimpse is the kind of

obsessive artisan you can only compare to one of those passionate

vintners who know their wine intimately, from grape on the vine to

fermented finish.

And just like making a fine wine, Glimpse takes his sweet time

producing a track. If you don't believe us, read what he had to tell

Crossfade last March about his painstakingly meticulous studio production methods.

The nuance and depth of Glimpse's productions are more

than evident on "Rock Pool," a slice of breezy soothing cool jazz with a

gentle but driving house beat. Download it for free, then go catch the

man live at the Electric Pickle this Thursday in support of "Wildlife," his new November release with Martin Dawson on the Letfroom label.

Download: Glimpse's "Rock Pool"

Glimpse with Electric Pickle residents. Thursday, November 17.

Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The show starts at 10 p.m.

Call 305-456-5613 or visit


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