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HAIKU SALUT



 

Haiku Salut are an instrumental dream-pop-post-folk-neo-everything trio from the Derbyshire Dales. Their second album, “Etch And Etch Deep”, was released in July 2015, to critical acclaim. The album was awarded four stars or above by The Observer (“the album Four Tet might have made after Rounds’), The Guardian, Mojo, Uncut (“both warmly familiar and completely, fearlessly new”), NME, Clash, Drowned In Sound (“with luminous vibes and electronics that chime, strum, sparkle, dance and glow, the trio evoke worlds within our own”), The Financial Times, God Is In The TV, Gig Soup (“one has to wonder if the band haven’t only created a masterpiece but also a genre that is their own”), The 405, London In Stereo, The Skinny, and many more.

You can pick up an LP or CD of either of Haiku Salut's albums here.

You can hear the opening track of the album here:

 

 

Praise for Haiku Salut's debut album, "Tricolore":

"Haiku Salut employ a miniature orchestra of loops, bloops, flutters, and buzzes to create one of the dreamiest records of the year.” - Skatterbrain
"A strong sense of nuance and sensibility of composition is very much alive in this trio, and this record captures a truly creative—and still young—group that’s bound to go places from here. The world of Tricolore is a delightful one, and like any good album of its kind, it captures a diverse, multi-colored musical journey.
" - Popmatters
"Melodicas and cheap electronics nestle alongside acoustic guitars and horns, odd pairings of style abound but they work, creating a fresh, summery whole" - The Guardian
"Spellbinding folktronica from the edge of the Peak District. If Sigur Ros shared a cottage in Dovedale, they might just sound as magical as this." - Uncut




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