Glasse Factory is excited to unveil a new tournament designed to showcase several up-and-coming acts we’re excited about, with the winning band receiving a prize package that includes a featured interview, a three song live set/Q&A hosted by Glasse Factory’s Instagram, and more.
The tournament, which we’re calling Glasse-tonbury, will feature 64 songs that were submitted to us for consideration by artists of all genres from across the world. The songs were randomly seeded, and the matchups will be voted on by you. For each matchup, there will be a link to each song, a brief description of the songs/artists, and a link to a poll where you can cast your vote.
Keep track of the tournament!
Glassetonbury, Vol. 7 Champions Distressed Damsels Discuss “Midwest Dreams,” Forming in a Pandemic, and More
Glassetonbury, Vol. 7 ended with a back-and-forth Championship Round, but Lincoln, Nebraska’s Distressed Damsels was able to defeat Grand Rapids, Michigan’s Martyr For Madison with their song “Midwest Dreams.” Guitarist Gage Shiveley and vocalist C.J. Guenter write most of the music for Distressed Damsels, while recording engineer/lead guitarist/Shallot Records owner Hunter Arias uses his knowledge…
Glassetonbury, Vol. 7 has come and gone, and after starting with 32 songs from artists around the world, we’re down to our final two contestants. They’ve won four straight matchups to get here, but only one can earn a featured interview on our front page, a live stream/fan Q&A on our Instagram Live, the title of Glassetonbury Champion, and more.
Three rounds have passed, and our Glassetonbury, Vol. 7 semifinalists have been selected. Distressed Damsels, Day Felice, Martyr For Madison, and Joel Ansett round our our Final Four and will compete all week for a spot in our Championship Round. By reaching the Final Four, all of these artists have earned a permanent place in…