• “You Dance A Particular Algorithm” set to a picture of the housing album cover. Thanks to Haiku Salut – Topic.
“Fantastic Electronica from England”
From their album “Etch and Etch Deep” released in August 2015.
Delightful alt-electronica from the Derbyshire trio of Louise Croft, Gemma Barkerwood and Sophie Barkerwood.
Fantastic sounds, just like an overturned toy box that never stops!
This is the second album from Haiku Salut, the UK-based female folktronica trio, who started writing music after they were influenced by múm, an Icelandic artist who hatched a new theory of electronica music, and the Amélie soundtrack, a French romantic comedy film directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet.
This awesome album has been crafted by blending instruments such as accordion, glockenspiel, piano, classical guitar, ukulele, trumpet, drums and synthesizer, with Aphex Twin and Lemon Jelly-esque groovy beats, with plenty of the playfulness. This method is the similar to the incipient múm, The Books and Animal Collective, but this album has Haiku Salut’s unique originality that is a fresh sound created by their lovely melodies.
Heard on Mark Cunliffe’s September 2015 show on Dandelion Radio.
Get it at Bandcamp.