Shaun Frandsen of Glis
|Origin||Seattle, Washington, United States|
|Genres||electro-industrial, futurepop, synthpop, industrial rock, post-punk, alternative rock|
|Labels||A.D.S.R. Musicwerks (USA), Alfa Matrix (Belgium), Shadowplay Records (Russia)|
Glis was an electronic music project founded in 2001 by Shaun Frandsen of Seattle, WA. The band experienced several lineup changes and guest appearances, with frontman Shaun Frandsen acting as primary producer, vocalist, songwriter, and instrumentalist. Notable guest, Jean-Luc De Meyer of Front 242, contributed vocals for two studio tracks on the album "Nemesis" in 2005. Glis began to use guitar as a production counterpoint on the album "Phoenix" in 2013.
- 2001: Extract
- 2003: Balance
- 2003: Equilibrium (remix)
- 2005: Nemesis
- 2008: A Shot and a Bassline (remix)
- 2013: Phoenix
Singles & EPs
- 2004: Disappear!
- 2012: Apocalypse Parties
- 2013: Seconds